Kung Fu Overdrive

Bringing out the best of the Indianapolis rock and punk scene, Kung Fu Overdrive launches with their debut album and upcoming Punk Rock Night premiere Link: Facebook Under a canopy of bright orange and yellow hues, the walls of The Pop Machine bear witness to stories. The Indianapolis recording studio … Read More ›

Information Society

Information Society Returns with ODDfellows

On ODDfellows, Information Society builds a firm representation of their career Link: Bandcamp | Facebook When John Lydon told Tom Snyder on the Tomorrow Show, “We ain’t no band, we’re a company simple”—Lydon snarling at Snyder about his band PIL—some kids from Minneapolis took note. Information Society originally viewed their … Read More ›

Songs From A Haunted Ballroom Album Cover by Skids

Scottish Punk Band Skids Return with Covers Album

Skids Songs From a Haunted Ballroom Cleopatra Records Link: Official Site The punk rock depth that encapsulated the 1979 album The Absolute Game set Skids on a one-way trip to punk stardom. The Scottish band expressed a drive that launched them as forerunners of the Dunfermline scene. After a couple … Read More ›


Buzzcocks—Complete UA Singles 1977–1980

This elegant boxset is worth the hefty price tag if you are looking for original seven-inch cover art and an eclectic showpiece. Buzzcocks Complete UA Singles 1977–1980 Domino Records Links: Domino Records By the time I got around to becoming a Buzzcocks fan, it was long after the group was … Read More ›