shows // Daily Dischord
Smashing Scandinavian punk rock n roll upside hardcore (old and new, melodic and otherwise, local and international) in a way that should never really have been done in the first place, Daily Dischord is the sound of your kneecaps being busted repeatedly at a constant beat of at least 120BPM over a 4/4 rhythm (probably in the key of D).
But at least it's done in an upbeat way! For the kind of people who had a secret love for pop punk but never took it further and grew up liking "normal" music instead, we'll bring you something a bit more aggressive than that (but no less melodic) on a regular basis. Alongside this, we'll throw something distinctly Nordic and rocking and rolling in your dirty little face.
Occasionally featuring acoustic sets by local punk/hardcore/pop punk bands and the occasional Spinal Tap-esque two word review of the latest releases, it'll make your spine tingle both up and down (probably because we've just broken your back and you've yet to regain lower body strength).
For now. Ants is back this week as we talk some nonsense and do that usual stuff you know we do so well.
Posted at 13:44, 11th June 2012
That's right, we have Glasgow's crazy post-hardcore noisesters Crusades in session this week. The session sounds fucking ace, and the guys are gonna pop in and talk a bit about the band and spin some tunes too. You're gonna love it.
Posted at 14:36, 28th May 2012
So this week we're gonna play a number of local bands and announce some really awesome amazing news that'll excite and thrill ya'll in equal measure.
Posted at 12:12, 14th May 2012
Taking some time out from studying to present a fine selection of tunes on what promises to be a rather rainy and dull Tuesday afternoon.
New stuff from cool bands and some cool stuff from old bands. It doesn't get much better than this.
Well, it might get much better but if it does we simply don't want to know about it.
Too much studying is turning our brains to mush, so come chill out with us.
Posted at 12:37, 30th April 2012
Vinyl records, acoustic/folk nonsense, dirty rock n roll, sludge punk metal and something melodic and upbeat spliced with hip hop beats. Revolutionary? Experimental? Or just crazy non-hype?
More buzz words than a marketing executive's bible.
Posted at 20:34, 15th April 2012