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Toronto Punk Rock

We're a punk rock band from Toronto, Canada. Loud, high energy, great teeth. At home in dance halls or dive-bars, our high energy, gluten free songs range from themes of conspiracy theories and bar culture to discourses on demagoguery in an age of absolute politics.

Check out our new LP "Sink to the Top", come out to a show and say hi – we promise not to be painfully awkward.

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Nov 24 - Jopohäüs - Toronto
w/ Caustic Lime, Rapid Tension
(ask us for secret location)

Nov 16 - The Bovine Sex Club - Toronto
w/ Grievances, Service Delay

Oct 13 - Secret Show - Toronto
Music Video Shoot
(ask us for secret location)

Sept 19 - Coalition - Toronto
w/ Adrenalized, Rival Dojo, IVS

July 22 - The Atria - Oshawa
w/ Iron Fist, Jean is Dead, Cigar Hurts Babies, FLQ

July 15 - The Bovine Sex club - Toronto
w/ Midnight Towers, The Von Rebels

June 10 - The Diezel Room - Oshawa
w/ Generation Hexed, Hexe, Critical Hit

June 2 - The Windsor Beer Exchange - Windsor
Reckless Upstarts Album Release

May 20 - Cherry Cola's - Toronto
Album Release Show - Rapid Tension

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Rancid Albums: Ranked Worst to Best

I’m having anxious feelings with another new Rancid album release looming. I just don’t want be hurt again. I’ve ranked their albums from worst to best to reflect on what makes for a good Rancid album. I only counted studio full-lengths on this list; no EPs, splits, side projects, etc.


Best Pop-Punk Albums Ever

There’s a lot of bad pop-punk out there. Listening to the radio, you might get the impression that there’s no depth to it. I decided to make a list of personal favourites, rather than the consensus favourites (Descendents, Ramones) all the other listicles copy and paste. Hopefully this can prove to you that there’s more to the genre the skinny jeans and teenage angst.


Blank Side – ‘Etheric’ EP Review

Power-violence can be a tough jar of pickles to open. With it’s impenetrable song structures, dissonant melodies, and broken telephone production; the genre feels almost set up loose the audience. Blank Side’s EP ‘Etheric’ does a pretty good job making the more challenging elements of the music accessible.