Disarming Violence – Review

June 4, 2001

25 songs totaling more than an hour, all punk rock, all to benefit PAX, an anti-gun violence (not anti-gun) organization, what’s not to like?

A Punk Tribute to Metallica – Review

June 4, 2001

These two tributes? They’re terrible. Really half-assed versions of songs that mattered. Everyone involved should be scolded and pelted with rotting fruit.

Capitol Radio – Review

April 1, 2000

This is radio the way it should be: For the people, by the people, with no commercial motives embedded. Oh, and of course, great fucking tunes.

Boycott – Review

April 1, 2000

Stuff here steps outta the confines of fill-in-the-blanks punk, Oi!, and ska. Most kick in three songs, so you actually get a feel for what they’re about.

Blanks 77 – Killer Blanks – Review

December 1, 1996

Unabashed retro punk, a mixture of the “spirit of ’77,” along with the infectious UK and oi-inspired sounds of Cockney Rejects, Blitz, and GBH.

Blanks 77 – Speed 5″ – Review

March 1, 1996

Blanks 77 play in a style similar to older Peter and the Test Tube Babies, and add to the pogo-ability of the traditional form. Another worthy, overlooked band.

Oi!/Skampilation – Review

July 1, 1995

Many of us can enjoy both a little rough old-school stomping as well as the happy fun of pogoing to some up-tempo ska.