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Negativ
Manic, frenzied and catchy hardcore punk from Oslo
https://negativ1010.bandcamp.com/

Split Veins
Cavernous d-beat powerhouse from London
https://split-veins.bandcamp.com/

The Wub
Grooovin Big Boys/Minutemen loving party punk from Leeds

TV Crime
Nottingham's premier power pop boot boys
https://tvcrime.bandcamp.com/

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Nottingham show looks like this:

Negativ
Split Veins
The Wub
TV Crime

@SOAN

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https://ridmusic1.bandcamp.com/

people from Iron Monkey/HTS - it's pretty fucking good.

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https://denimandleather.bandcamp.com/
https://tvcrime.bandcamp.com/releases

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APOSTILLE (Glasgow)
DIY mainstay and Night School label owner Michael Kasparis brings his industrial strength synth-punk project Apostile to Nottingham for the first time! You may know him as a member of Anxiety or perhaps The Lowest Form but anyone who has stumbled upon his releases for Clan Destine and Goaty Tapes will be aware of the Apostile’s inherent might as a entity within itself. Apostille taps into Kaparis’s chosen field with new insights, giving the de-composted slurry of Suicide-esque trash punk aesthetics a new lease of bewildered life. Kasparis’s intense live performances are a testament too his continued mission to bridge the gap between audienc e and performer.
https://apostille.bandcamp.com/

ES (London)
ES are a new band featuring members of Primetime, Gloss Rejection, The Worms and Black Fungus. Weaving sinewy keyboard lines and a direct vocal around the bass and drums they write stark songs that are as hard to pin down as they are inventive.
https://soundcloud.com/es_band/

TV CRIME (Notts)
Good Vibrations Records style power pop/punk
https://tvcrime.bandcamp.com/releases

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The instrumental side of it reminds me of that Moin ep on Blackest Ever Black

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ewan wrote:

i like em but not sure how Royal Headache are soul influenced. genuinely like to hear thought process behind what you're hearing in them

genuinely like to hear thought process behind what you're not hearing in them tbh

rmd wrote:

Anybody knows this band? Can't find any info on the internet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rTLoFVz40E

this sounds great!  and from 1985?

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jebb wrote:

Need to see The Witch

Really enjoyed it, I thought it walked a nice line between believable historical drama and gratuitous witchiness.

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Aaaaaaaah!
The Witch
Catch Me Daddy
Leviathan
Duke of Burgandy
It Follows

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Rudolf Eb.Er - Chameleon, Nottingham
Rogier Smal & Cathy Heydon - JT Soar, Nottingham
Mob Rules final show - Wharf Chambers, Leeds
Dawn of Humans - Lughole, Sheffield
Static Shock Saturday (all of it)
Impalers - Lughole, Sheffield
DJ Stingray - Nottingham Contemporary
Etienne Jaumet - Nottingham Contemporary

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second for This Year's Model.  One of the angriest songwriters out there.

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http://distro.todestrieb.co.uk/

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jack wrote:
OVERBYTE wrote:

I've been listening to some great low fi black metal infused hardcore from the likes of Bone Awl & Raspberry Bulbs. Does anyone well versed in the genre have any more recommendations for similar stuff?


ILDJARN

Zoloa

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Another thumbs up for the new Disappears.

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Sump - https://soundcloud.com/alldeadtapes/sump-murder

Shallow Sanction - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLEnnrPggjk

Feature - https://featureband.bandcamp.com/

Foot Hair - https://foothair.bandcamp.com/album/foot-hair

Denim and Leather - https://denimandleather.bandcamp.com/

Although not necessarily 'better', Joy Division's live recordings are a really something very different to their studio output.

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Joe C wrote:

Their lp is excellent as it shows they are more than just an 80s dc type band, all kinds of different influences in there from 70s rock to post punk.

....to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers

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didn't they do a split 5" with Mental Otter?

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think I actually like the greatest hits era the best

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I've been to a lot of Sleaford Mods shows and their following really isn't what you'd call a 'hip' crowd for the most part.  Had some very odd conversations with some of the football casuals that follow him locally.

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Liking this!

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Out Cold have loads of garage in their sound, big New Bomb Turks influence by their own admission.

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Jay Reatard maybe

Nice post.
think both of these have been posted about on here before but as far as weird sci-fi goes these are two i've seen in the last couple of years that really stick out in my memory.