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Daylight Robbery

Mastering a new Daylight Robbery 7″ to coincide with their Australian tour.

Facebook event link.

Fri 5th July – at The Public Bar (melbourne)
DEAF WISH // WHITE WALLS// DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // BLOODY HAMMER
https://www.facebook.com/events/371813552933278/?fref=ts

Sat 6th July – at The Metro (adelaide)
BIG RICHARD INSECT // DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // DEEP HEAT //BRUFF SUPERIOR
https://www.facebook.com/events/559158324114524/?fref=ts

Sun 7th July – at Mad Mouse (adelaide)
NO ACTION // DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // TRASH // SIMFUCKERS
https://www.facebook.com/events/174805806004751/?fref=ts

Wed 10th – at Brisbane Hotel (tasmania)
DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // + 3 more
https://www.facebook.com/events/325381690898037

Thurs 11th July – Launceston TBC (tasmania)
DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // + 3 more
https://www.facebook.com/events/479644075434767

Fri 12th July – brisbane at TBC
DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // + 3 more

Sat 13th July – brisbane at TBC
DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // + 3 more

Thurs 18th July – at The Terrace Bar (Newcastle)
INFINITE VOID // DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // LENIN LENNON // HAZARDS
https://www.facebook.com/events/308025002660331/?fref=ts

Fri 19th July – at The Imperial Hotel (sydney)
ROYAL HEADACHE // DAYLIGHT ROBBERY //+ 2 more

Sat 20th July – at Blackwire Records (sydney)
INFINITE VOID // DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // THORAX // COLLAPSO
https://www.facebook.com/events/145681128936383

Sun 21st July – at The Gasometer (melbourne)
STRAIGHTJACKET NATION // DAYLIGHT ROBBERY // DEEP HEAT // GENTLEMEN
https://www.facebook.com/events/137283203117858/?fref=ts

You don’t have to be a music critic to hear a little John and Exene in this south-side three-piece’s male-female vocal interplay, but Daylight Robbery doesn’t stop with X… They combine the short sharp bursts of late-70s west-coast bands like the Bags and the Wipers with the present-day energy of sweat-soaked Pilsen house shows.

http://daylightrobbery.bandcamp.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9Rd9I6NQ54

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVfyBsIPJS4

Fri 5th till Sun 21st July

If you haven’t heard their newest LP, mastered here, listen below.

 

Occult Detective Club‘s new 7″, mastered here,  Maximum Rock n Roll review.

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Youth Avoiders Time Flies 7″, mastered here, reviewed at Punknews.org.

“This four-track EP by French band Youth Avoiders is a lesson in how to get in, do your stuff (and do it well) and get out. Youth Avoiders manage to do this in eight minutes and hammer away with an abandon that doesn’t do anything to detract from the songs, with everything including the kitchen sink being thrown in.

All four songs are extremely upbeat in pace, with a guitar sound that jangles more than it does sound like a buzzsaw-if anything the sound of the guitar is reminiscent of that employed in White Lung. The drumming is frenetic and to be honest, I know there is some bass in there but it plays more of a holding role than being prominent in any way. That being said, the rhythm section does a grand job of keeping this runaway train on track.

First track “Run” is notable for including “regress no way” in the lyrics but this is no 7 Seconds sound-alike band as the song crashes along with more of a thrashy garage sound than a thick melodic punk one. “Boredom Airline” is basically about a plane crashing into the sea and again is performed at 100 mph, whilst “Red Eyes” is the track that sticks the most in my head with a yelled vocal that sounds desperate to the extreme. It is also the longest track on the single and just has a great sense of urgency to it which helps to mark it out over the three other songs. Next comes “Outro,” which seems as if it is almost a Youth Avoiders theme song with the only decipherable words being “youth” and “avoiders,” with the third and final word possibly being “yeah” or something along those lines. It’s fast, frantic and final.

This kind of release would be equally at home on labels like Dirt Cult Records and Deranged Records so if you like the stuff they put out then this might tickle your fancy too. Youth Avoiders are also a band that needs to release an album of this stuff.”

Original Post Here

 

Daylight Robbery – Ecstatic Vision LP, mastered here, Maximum Rock n Roll Review:

Daylight Robbery

 

Friends of Cesar Romero 7″ mastered here, out on Snappy Little Numbers and reviewed in Maximum Rock n Roll!

FOCR

 

Discover – Food for the Warmachine EP mastered here, out on Rawmantic Disasters and reviewed in Maximum Rock n Roll!

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Heavy Nukes new 7″ mastered here, reviewed in Maximum Rock n Roll!

Heavy Nukes MRR Review

 

Red Dons new 7″, mixed and mastered here, reviewed in Maximum Rock n Roll!

 

New Red Dons and Estranged split Interview in Maximum Rock n Roll!

It’s the end of the world and we feel fine!

The new (and potentially last???) issue of your favorite punk rock magazine has hit the streets! The December issue,MRR #355, comes busting at the seams with the best punk from around the world — 100% by the punks for the punks!

This month we talk to our Doomsday cover artist Avi Spivakand we have a split interview with Portland-based punks, the RED DONS and the ESTRANGED. We catch up with Sweden’s crust megaliths AGRIMONIA, and Russia’s hardcore punxANTIMELODIX tell us their story and and explain love of Finland.NAPOLNARIZ talk about what it’s like growing up punk in Puerto Rico and LA ARMADA examine their experience of coming to the US from the Dominican Republic. Peru’s anarchia punks DHK tell us about their scene in Lima, while BREATHING LIGHT from Chicago discuss race, culture and what it’s like to be a punk of color within the punk scene and beyond. The VICTIMS take us on a trip in the second part of their European tour diary, and our scene report from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada sheds some light onto this active part of the Great White North. This, plus all the columnists you love to hate (and hate to love!) and the most extensive record reviews in punk!”

Order your copy here

 

Mixing a new Alchemists Record.

The Alchemists are a punk band from Volta Redonda / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I case you haven’t hear them  before below is a song from their last release “Sunny Days”.

“They play garage punk that is clean and creative in the style of the Adolescents. Guaranteed one of the best releases of Brazilian punk of the year. Already sniffed out by Maximum Rock n’ Roll,”

Check out the Maximum Rock and Roll Photo Blog featuring the boys.

 

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