Archives for posts with tag: Detergents

Slur 2

Mastering Slur “Demo 2015” on Quality Control HQ Records.

“New UK band channels Early Swedish Kängpunk, Finnish and Polish hardcore punk ala Destruktions, Siekiera with a touch of Mob 47. Members of Detergents, No, Good Throb, Arms Race, Obstruct, and The Flex wanted to create politically infused anti-war songs to pogo to complete with phaser pedal and stomping drums to smash the state to.

The cassette comes with a screen printed sleeve by Max Harper with art by Guillem ‘El Muro’ of Una Bèstia Incontrolable.”

Buy it here!

 

Dry Heaves

Mastering Dry Heaves “Monotony” on Neat Neat Neat Records.

“Latest single from Sheffield’s Dry Heaves. This 7″ was pressed in secret by the guitarist as a surprise to his bandmates, great! If you haven’t heard this band before, think of a combination of Career Suicide and Regulations. Catchy as hell. Members of Obstruct, Skiplickers and Detergents.”

Dry Heaves

Mastering Dry Heaves “Monotony” on Neat Neat Neat Records.

“Latest single from Sheffield’s Dry Heaves. This 7″ was pressed in secret by the guitarist as a surprise to his bandmates, great! If you haven’t heard this band before, think of a combination of Career Suicide and Regulations. Catchy as hell. Members of Obstruct, Skiplickers and Detergents.”

Detergents

Mastering Detergents “No Salvation” on Semtex Death and Quality Control HQ.

“Strongly influenced by Crisis and Buzzcocks, this trio from Sheffield create memorable punk hooks with immediately relatable lyrics. Following on from the demo released earlier in the year, Detergents are back with a new 7″ single. 3 new songs. Same rules apply, UK82 inspired punk.”

Detergents

Mastering Detergents “No Salvation” on Semtex Death and Quality Control HQ.

“Strongly influenced by Crisis and Buzzcocks, this trio from Sheffield create memorable punk hooks with immediately relatable lyrics. Following on from the demo released earlier in the year, Detergents are back with a new 7″ single. 3 new songs. Same rules apply, UK82 inspired punk.”