- Boomtown Returns! 2022 Gathering
The greatest gathering on earth, Boomtown Fair returns in 2022! The team have released a new video letting future citizens know that they are still here and still moving forward for a spectacular festival in 12 months time titled ‘Chapter One: The Gathering’. For tickets and info visit their site: https://www.boomtownfair.co.uk What is happening at[…]
- SURGERY WITHOUT RESEARCH: ANARCHO, ACTIVISM & 100% DIY.
Flying the Anarcho Punk Flag “1977 THE YEAR THAT CHANGED MY LIFE!” Screams frontman Andy H of the furious and chaotic Surgery Without Research, flying the anarcho punk flag proudly, 40 years on! Many of you will already know about Surgery Without Research, judging by the crowd they pulled at Rebellion. Founded by Andy, they[…]
TOUTS Punk rock Northern Irish three-piece stamp their flag on the UK music scene. “Stop bombing Syria, Free Palestine and Fuck Brexit!” Declares Touts front man Matthew Crossan. Alongside Jason Feenan & Luke McLaughlin he has formed a new band, already being likened to the legendary Buzzcocks and The Undertones. VLR asked Matt what he[…]
- Trippin’ Down Memory Lane With Stay Free Recordings!
From booking Fall Out Boy for $50 to releasing a record with an original Sex Pistol and onto DJing tapes on the porch for his wife during lockdown – Jon Halperin is a one man musical rollercoaster. Recently the California punk, ska and reggae fanatic relaunched his own record label Stay Free Recordings and has[…]
- Talking ThePunkSite.com!
One site Way Out Radio are proud to be associated with is thepunksite.com! They support the punk scene with reviews and interviews highlighting women led rock like Millie Manders and the Shutup and Hands of Gretel plus some usual and less heard of underground bands on the scene. They also support us by reposting some[…]
- New Show Featuring Fat Mike NOFX!
On this week’s Way Out Radio show we have a massive bombshell of an interview; legendary Fat Mike of NOFX! Back with their 14th album, NOFX are almost 40 years in and have stayed true to their DIY roots. Fat Mike opens up to DJ Paula Frost about the band’s turbulent past. He also reveals[…]
- PANDEMIC PUNK
What do you do when the whole music industry tanks and you can’t even hang out with your band anymore? Well most of us decended into a spiral of anger and self pity! But in the face of the raging storm against music which is Covid-19 and Brexit, Jan, 22 picked himself up by his[…]
- ALBUM REVIEW: STARING AT THE RUDE BOYS
★★★★☆ This three CD set illuminates the golden era of The British Ska Revival 1979-1989. ‘Staring At The Rudeboys’ brings 2-Tone bands like The Specials, Madness and The Selecter under the same roof as ska originals like Judge Dred and mods like The Lambrettas. This compilations even verges into the psychedelic with Teenage Filmstars. Sax[…]
- ALBUM REVIEW: MUDHONEY – REAL LOW VIBE
★★★★☆ As the hammond organ falls out of sync with a four-to-the-floor kick drum and Mark Arm howls through a megaphone, opening track ‘Untitled’ brings 39 seconds of confusing chaos. Think of it as a fully charged warm up before the welcome relief of a motown beat kicks off ‘No End In Sight’. About to[…]
- BOARD THE BIG BUS WITH M.PRES
Brand new reggae label Big Bus Records have announced their first release, bringing a low key rasta vibe from M. Pres. ‘Prayer’ sets the tone for her debut album ‘Lift My Voice’ which is to follow in the near future. M. Pres askes Jah to be with her and bless I n I. Furthermore, ‘Prayer’[…]
- IDLES! AN EARLY INTERVIEW
It’s fair to say that Bristol 5-piece IDLES have stormed the live scene in the last four years. In 2021 they’re three albums in and have toured the world more than once. Their latest album Ultra Mono reached the well deserved No.1 spot on the UK album chart and the band have revolutionised the notion[…]
- LIVE REVIEW: THE BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE @ THE 02 FORUM, LONDON
The sideburns and sixties haircuts were out in full force in Kentish Town recently as San Francisco psychedelic giants The Brian Jonestown Massacre descended on London for the penultimate concert of their mammoth 2018 tour. The eight-piece band took the stage in drabs with infamous tambourine player Joel Gion getting a huge cheer as he[…]