The shortest punk rock videos ever

We really dig short punk rock songs, so we’ve collected the list of the shortest punk rock videos ever. There was one additional condition as well: we had to like them. So yes, we are aware of 3-second grindcore videos like this, or this, but no, that’s not our cup of tea really. However, you are welcome to suggest short punk rock videos that we may like, and if we do, we’ll include those as well. Continue reading

iTunes Ping: reinventing the Iron Curtain

The new iTunes 10 includes Apple’s social network for music, Ping. It’s like a combination of Twitter, Facebook and last.fm, within iTunes. As we said earlier, we hate iTunes, and we’d recommend everyone to buy our music from our own webshop or Bandcamp, but we also know that iTunes has 160 million users worldwide, which would be kinda hard to ignore. Our music is available on iTunes, so let’s claim our artist profile on Ping, and see what we can do with it! Continue reading

Punk rock bands that inspired us: Descendents

The Descendents were the Buzzcocks‘ equivalent on the early American hardcore punk scene: they were a lot more melodic than their contemporaries, and they were fronted by a nerd. But they were much more than that. They invented melodic hardcore (or melodycore), paving the way for NOFX, No Use For a Name, and almost every popular punk band in the golden years of Epitaph and Fat Wreck. Continue reading

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