Seeing Your Scene chats to melodic skatepunkers LineOut from Italy about 2015. We’re putting them on in April at JT Soar – more details here. How was 2015? 2015 has literally been a perfect year for us. We played more than 40 shows, had the chance to support great bands as Ignite, Lagwagon, Strung Out […]
Brace yourself. This is probably going to be quite long. In 2015, we put on a ton of shows across a few different cities, released our first compilation and published over 250 posts. Here, we’re going to go through our favourite releases by month and also our favourite articles we posted from each month. And […]
Seeing Your Scene chats to one of the best new bands of 2015, Mallcops! How was 2015? 2015 was incredible. We started this band, released an EP, went on tour and made really, really awesome friends. What was your favourite moment of the year? On tour we ate pizza in a parking lot with our friends […]
Seeing Your Scene chats to Nottingham’s own George Gadd who plays acoustic solo stuff and also fronts emo/pop-punks Little Bribes. How was 2015? It was a whirlwind of emotion but looks like it’s closing out on a high note thankfully! Hopefully next year our country can pull itself together. What was your favourite moment of […]
It’s that time of year again to listen to the Misfits and carve weird punk related things into your pumpkins. What else can you do to make it more exciting? Well, for starters, make sure you listen to Good Mourning by Alkaline Trio. Between Matt Skiba’s scratchy vocals, and the eerie lyrics – specifically “This Could be […]
We’re hosting a competition in conjunction with our friends at Rare Breed/Paper + Plastick. Win a 7″ flexi single of the new track by The Young Ones with Anthony Raneri! This is to coincide with the new Rare Breed sampler, a ska-based label and sister label of Paper + Plastick! You can stream the whole […]
Here is our second session from Dwayne, and quite possibly my favourite session we’ve done so far!
Class of 86 were kind enough to record and send this session over to us. It’s particularly great.
Our friends in Dwayne were kind enough to record these incredible sessions for us. Here is them playing “Catch and Release” from their debut album.
This is the next Seeing Your Scene show! It’s already our sixth. It’s at JT Soar in Nottingham again, which is BYOB and all ages. This time we’ve got the amazing Revenge of the Psychotronic Man who play ridiculously fast punk rock headlining. They’re supported by everyone’s favourite pop-punkers, T-Shirt Weather, along with War Games from America […]