Haters Chronic The 7" EP from Brighton's Haters, released through Everything Sucks. Self described as trashy pop-punk, they've got energy and a punk mindset whilst still incorporating moments of melodic indie-punkness. Chronic is a wonderful addition to Haters already sterling back-catalogue, four songs that promise and deliver so much. From what is on display here, Haters are definitely a band to keep close tabs on. - Too Many Blogs Everything Sucks 7"
Megaflora / Swanning Split 7" split between indie-punks Megaflora and Swanning. Swanning give two sugar sweet pop songs that have a Julianna Hatfield / Blake Babies edge whilst Megaflora have a clean and charming sound that would sit next to the mellow moments of Matha or Tullycraft vocally. Everything Sucks 7"
The Whooperups Sensible Daydreams The four track EP from London based fuzzy indie-punk band The Whooperups, full of harmonies and noisey guitars. Everything Sucks 7"
Crumbs Mind Yr Manners The debut album from Crumbs, released through Everything Sucks. Fuzzy and raw indie-punk with a strong post-punk feel. Cha Cha Feels is a fusion of jittering post-punk bass, delightfully fuzzy guitar thrashing, and fabulously breezy, almost carnival tinged drum beats. Singer Ruth Gilmore’s vocals have the energy of The Raincoats and the snarl of The Slits, as she repeatedly comes back to the line, “it’s not up to you to save it”. The band have suggested the track, like much of the album, deals with, “the art of coping with not coping”. The lyrical content pairing with the anxious, repeated musical phrases and the winningly lo-fi production style which remains from their earlier demos. Everything Sucks LP
Honey Joy Honey Joy The debut album from London punks Honey Joy. Loud and abrasive punk tunes with flicks of indie-pop-rock. If you're into the likes of Muncie Girls, Martha or Jeff Rosenstock then give this a listen. Everything Sucks LP
Bear Trade Silent Unspeakable The second album from Bear Trade, following on from 2014's Debut. Awesome rough-around-the-edge punk with instant hooks and anthemic choruses. For fans of The Menzingers, The Flatliners. A personal and relatable 35-minutes of riotous punk rock that’s instantaneous and begs for repeat listens. Silent Unspeakable is an album that will put Bear Trade firmly at the top of the UK punk rock scene. While their contemporaries go down the indie punk, pop punk or emo punk routes, Bear Trade take a more traditional and endearing take on punk. Good, honest punk is the order of the day and quite frankly it’s wonderful. Everything Sucks LP
Megaflora Redwoods A super upbeat and catchy debut from London's punk-fuelled Indie band, Megaflora. This release is full of energy and optimism with some really interesting melodies throughout. For fans of: Martha and Adventures London’s Megaflora tell the tale of a band who somewhat fell into place, with a mixture of different lifestyles and experiences flowing throughout the band, the quartet’s musical style flutters along the boundaries of several genres. With ‘Redwoods’ Megaflora have created a record that while attacking serious issues such as anxiety and environmental pressures, brings a light-hearted feel with its infusions of pop, indie and punk. Everything Sucks LP
The Exhausts Leave The Suburbs! Full-length from London/Glasgow garage pop-punks The Exhausts. (featuring members of Rivalries and City Dweller). Kinda like early Green Day with a dash of Ramones! Everything Sucks Music CD
Kelly Kemp Come Back, Come Back! Solo folk-indie album from Kelly Kemp (some may remember her as the singer of NoComply way back when). Kelly's played solo in Kingston a couple of time of the Survival Tour and she's back on the 21st December! &amp;amp;amp;lt;a href="http://kellykemp.bandcamp.com/album/come-back-come-back" _cke_saved_href="http://kellykemp.bandcamp.com/album/come-back-come-back"&amp;amp;amp;gt;Come Back, Come Back! by Kelly Kemp&amp;amp;amp;lt;/a&amp;amp;amp;gt; Everything Sucks Music CD | LP