The episode will see DEVO campaign for mutant rights. Leela’s parents are second-class, mutant citizens who live underground in the sewers, the members of Devo have mutated over the years, while vocalist Mark Mothersbaugh helps out with their campaign for equality.
DEVO’s new album “Something For Everybody”, featuring the single “Fresh”, is released by Warner Bros. Records on June 14th in the UK (June 15th in the US).


Public Image Ltd have announced six  shows for July. The upcoming dates for John Lydon’s band are:

July 19: London Shepherds Bush Empire
July 20: Bristol Academy
July 21: Oxford Academy
July 23: Leeds Academy
July 24: Liverpool Academy
July 26: Glasgow ABC

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Northern Ireland’s legendary punks, The Undertones, will be reissuing their first four albums digitally after limited availability physically in North America over the past few years. Along with the reissues, Union Square Music will be issuing an EP and a new compilation.

The albums set for reissue include: 1978’s The Undertones, Hypnotised (1980), Positive Touch (1981) and The Sin of Pride (1983), the Teenage Kicks EP, as well as a never-before-released Best of the Undertones compilation.

The releases are due out June 28, 2010.

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Dee Dee Ramone

DIED  Jun. 05, 2002 (aged 50)

Dee Dee Ramone †             Jun. 05, 2002

Birth name
Douglas Glenn Colvin

* Sep. 18, 1951
Fort Lee, Virginia, USA

 Jun. 05, 2002
Los Angeles, California, USA

Cause of Death
Dee Dee was found dead by his wife Barbara at his apartment. An autopsy established heroin overdose as the official cause of death.


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 THE LIVING END are most certainly still toiling away at the new material slated for album #6. And might we say, we like what we're hearing so far! As the band spend more and more time in the rehearsal studio, things are starting to take shape. Stay tuned to the Crucial News to see how The Living End's writing and recording progresses as the year drags on the way it has a tendency to do.  The Living End's Chris Cheney, having scooped up the prestigious peer voted APRA Song of the Year award for White Noise in 2009, he has managed to back it up. The Living End have garnered a huge three nominations in this years awards, in categories for Most Played Australian Work (Raise the Alarm) & Rock Work of the Year (White Noise, Raise the Alarm) The APRA Awards will take place at a ceremony in Sydney in June 21.  The rockin' Community Cup footy match is now just around the corner. With The Living End signed on to play a special half-time set at the annual charity match, the band are set to drop in a few Clash covers to fit in with the theme of this years' match. The event looks to be as successful as ever before, no doubt swarms of Melbourne folk will prepare to brave the elements in the name of footy, rock and a damn fine cause.  More information Reclink and the Community Cup can be found at:  THE LIVING END TOUR DATES: Sun Jun 27 - Community Cup, Melbourne VIC  Tickets and more info: Website: Myspace: Webstore: 
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 The CAPTAIN Oi! SUMMER SALE IS BACK FOR A LIMITED PERIOD.  Stock up on  your CDs, Complete your collections, or just try out a new band....  All single CDs are £6.99 INCLUDING DELIVERY to the UK  Usual delivery charges for Europe (£1 per CD) and Rest Of The World (£2 per CD) apply.       Captain Oi! Records PO BOX 501 High Wycombe Bucks HP10 8QA UK Email: ALL ORDERS TO <> <>    
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T&M 002: Soft Lights And Loud Guitars (DVD)

Only £8.00 plus postage

T&M 002

Recorded using three cameras by the Dorset based film collective Radar Proof Recordings, this superb new DVD captures the Subs at their penultimate gig of the winter 2009 tour, which saw the return of original bassman Paul Slack.

More information here

Capturing the band in their natural environment, the DVD demonstrates the perennial appeal of the hardest working band on the planet. This is a classic Subs performance, skilfully filmed and edited by real music fans and presented here for your enjoyment.

‘Soft Lights And Loud Guitars’ features a pre-gig interview with Charlie Harper, set list song stories, 3 exclusive Radar Proof Recordings promotional videos plus two rare videos from the Time & Matter archives.

Every copy comes with a limited edition and individually autographed postcard
featuring an exclusive introduction by Paul Slack.

Photographs courtesy of Gemma Eggle (LibraSnake Photography)
and Tony Suspect (Suspect Device Fanzine)


18 December 2009

Track listing:

B.1.C / Kicks / Squat 96 / Emotional Blackmail / Left For Dead / Rockers /
Bitter & Twisted / Limo Life / Endangered Species / Killer / Blues /
Tomorrows Girls / Teenage / Warhead / Riot / Stranglehold / C.I.D /
I Live In A Car / I Couldn’t Be You / Disease / Hey! Santa / Strychnine /
Party In Paris / She’s Not There / New York State Police

Band Line Up:

Charlie Harper – vocals / Jet Storm – guitar / Paul Slack – bass / Jamie Oliver – drums

Grab yourself a real bargain, and it’s for charity as well 

More information on Charlie’s Charitable Causes – click here

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The Dorset based TAPED webzine/website has produced a Promotional DVD for the forthcoming Time & Matter/Radar Proof Recordings DVD release ‘Soft Lights And Loud Guitars‘.
Promo DVD cover  - click image to enlarge

On the DVD are promo videos for Riot and Strychnine, which were put together for the new U.K. Subs DVD, plus alternative edits of C.I.D and Emotional Blackmail. A Charlie Harper interview clip from the DVD extras section is also on there.
Also included is stuff from the Radar Proof Recordings‘ recent Vibrators DVD release. This is a clip of Pure Mania as well as an excerpt from the DVD extras’ Knox interview. Also included is the RPR promo video for Under The Radar.
Local Bournemouth punk band Self Abuse also feature with two tracks, Teenage, filmed at Champions in November 2009 and Derelict from The Portman in April 2010. Another local band The Subatomics also have videos included. 

Around 50 copies of the DVD will be given away FREE at the U.K. Subs gig in Winchester this coming Sunday. 50 more will go at the C-30s gig on 12th June at Champions, Bournemouth. Further copies will be given away free in June with about 200 copies being printed up in all.



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 TORONTO CALLING ³...from the faraway towns...²   Canada Day. 1 July, 2010 Trafalgar Square, London.   ŒToronto Calling¹ is a dynamic visual document of a vigorous and exciting era of Canadian music history on display for the first time in the UK.   These photos are selected from an exhibition recently held in Toronto taken by Simon and Nick White during 1979-1982.   Many of the original punk bands passed through Toronto during their first North American tours which was one of only a half dozen cities these bands visited during this period. While thriving local scenes were established in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa and Halifax it was the punk bands such as The Ramones, Blondie, The Clash, The Stranglers, and later U2, The Police and Public Image Limited that helped to spread the punk and post punk sound that had originated in New York City and in England in the mid 1970¹s.   The desire to create local scenes was reflected through Canadian punk groups such as The Viletones, Teenage Head, DOA and The Diodes and it¹s their lasting legacy that has helped shape what is now an exciting and dynamic Canadian music scene.   These photos were taken by 2 teenage brothers with little experience of photography inspired by their photographer father and the ŒDiY¹ ethic of punk. Using rudimentary processing and printing techniques in their parents¹ dusty basement, they documented an era in Canadian music history that until recently hasn¹t been displayed.   The essence of the original exhibition which took place at The Steam Whistle Gallery in Toronto in March this year was based around a series of large format 6¹ X 4¹ prints of The Clash during their first concert at The Rex Theatre on Danforth Avenue in Toronto 20 February, 1979. There was also a huge 22¹ long window display of The Ramones in 1980 at The Music Hall Theatre. Other bands featured in the exhibition: The Buzzcocks, Iggy Pop, The Boomtown Rats, Johnny Thunders, Ultravox, Psychedelic Furs, The Pretenders, The Specials, XTC, and reggae acts such as Bob Marley, Black Uhuru and Peter Tosh all photographed at long lost venues such as The Edge, Larry¹s Hideaway, The Concert Hall, The O Keefe Centre and The Turning Point. All of these venues have now passed into folklore as being some of the iconic birthplaces of what was to become one of the most exciting music scenes to be heard in Canada for years to come.   For further information and to order special limited edition prints please look at the ŒToronto Calling¹ page on facebook. <>   
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THE VAGRANTS ? Fans of ’60s garage music will no doubt know of Leslie West’s first band The Vagrants and recognise him more for the achievements of his Long Island teen days than his fame filled years as “rock guitarist”. There’s no doubting the raw, teen angst of ‘I Can’t Make A Friend’ or the Nuggets classic ‘Respect’ (released as the same time as Aretha’s and a minor-hit in itself), both of which swim in that classic garage-band sound. In action playing a dose of solid gold garage snarl from the exploito flick Disk-O-Tek Holiday. Later, releasing further singles on Atco under the guidance of Felix Pappalardi, psychedelia was embraced on such lushly arranged pieces as ‘And When It’s Over’, where the contrast of Peter Sabatino’s delicate vocals and West’s vibrant guitar work equalled anything by the main players. The new Voiceprint collection compiles everything the band recorded, plus early Mountain demos and an interesting live concert by Mountain drummer Corky Laing’s first band Energy from 1969. But it’s The Vagrants that are the essential act here… it’s been longer than I can recall that anything has been ran in the press or on the radio about this brilliant band. Although primarily known for their guitarist they were certainly a dynamic act in their own right, adept at garage-punk, blue-eyed soul, psychedelia and heavy blues-rock.

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Heres the link for the Vibrators new DVD on Timeand matter recordings. With promo clips, a brand new live gig, interviews and more check it out at – The Vibrators are currently in Canada before heading to Australia and New Zealand in 2 weeks, then China in July!

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Fri 18th June *Punk Rock * EVERYTHING SUCKS Guest band t.b.c South of the Border 350 Old St £4.00 / £5.00 Friday 25th June *Punk Rock* NEAT NEAT NEAT South of the Border 350 Old Street Guest band LONDON £4.00 b4 11pm, £5.00 after 9.00pm to 2.00am Wednesday 30th June *Hardcore/ Punk* SOUTH OF THE BORDER SCRATCH THE SURFACE Bands t,b,c, *looking for bands* £5.00 adv Saturday 10th July *Thrash Old Skool Tunes CAUGHT IN A MOSH ! Guest Thrash band t.b.c? South of the Border 350 Old St 9.00pm to 2.00am £4.00 with flyer / £5.00 without.

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