Category Archives: Reviews

My Summer Work Experience Week by Rob Piper, Aged 30 – Part 2

Head Honcho, Rob, shares the story of the Lockjaw Crew’s summer holiday, taking in London, Brakrock Ecofest and Punk Rock Holiday. Part 2 features the main day of Brakrock Ecofest, all the highlights of Punk Rock Holiday and maybe – just maybe! – a beer or two. Waking up like a fresh morning piece of […]

My Summer Work Experience Week by Rob Piper, Aged 30 – Part 1

Head Honcho, Rob, shares the story of the Lockjaw Crew’s summer holiday, taking in London, Brakrock Ecofest and Punk Rock Holiday. Part 1 features a calamitous journey, This Is A Standoff and the first day of Brakrock. August 2nd had come around again; it was the time for 6,000 punk rockers from all over the […]

“Neuropsychology and Carrots” a review of ‘Origins’ by The Human Project

Matt Stanley takes a slightly obscure look at the new Human Project album. LISTEN TO THE ALBUM HERE! WATCH A VIDEO OF ‘ORIGINS’ LIVE HERE! The beautifully moustachioed Rob Piper from Lockjaw Records has asked me to review a few releases over the next couple of months. These will be the first pieces I’ve written as a result of […]

InsideMattStanleysHead – Heroes Die Too – Women and children first

Matt Stanley reviews the italian stallions – Heroes Die Too : On the aggregate-review website ‘Metacritic’ the director John Carpenter has received 45 out of 100 as an accumulated score for his career as a director. In fact, the only film to score above 54 is his debut ‘Halloween’. So why, before they even treat […]

Matt Stanley(Stillbust) Reviews PACER – Making Plans

I shall start this review with a confession. One in which I’ll admit that I originally dismissed Pacer because they sounded nothing like The Steal. This of course is completely retarded. Firstly because Pacer aren’t The Steal (although some members of the latter are now in the former), and secondly as i made this judgment not on the merit […]