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by Jean

(part 2 of my personal 2015 top releases)

Here’s part 2 of my 2015 top releases.
I decided to articulate the remaing parts of this classification in no specific order, but three different rankings including:
1): hardcore/punk/metal (the one you’re about to read)
2): 90s indie/post-punk/garage,
3): the outsiders (I will publish these columns in several weeks I guess. First because I think the entire subject would be too “massive” otherwise, and also because I have a pretty busy schedule these days!)

Although it’s early 2016 and I’m sure you’ve already dug into 90% of these releases I wanted to share these words with you, especially these lines dealing with non-hardcore releases because some of the bands/artists involved in this column agreed to tell me their thoughts about their production and their connexions with hardcore punk. I’d like to thank them for their contribution to this column. Thanks to all the other bands mentionned here for the great work they did.

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by Jean.

<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/146419124″>108 – 2016</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/hate5six”>hate5six</a&gt; on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

108, which is definitly one of my all-time favorite bands, will return this year for selected shows in the US. I don’t live in the US, I certainly won’t be there in May 2016 but I definitly can’t wait to see footages or full sets on the Internet. That’s practically what I do since they played Ieper Fest in 2009, back when I was studying sociology at Uni, had no money to travel (or even buy tons of records like today). When they told me they were ok to answer to few questions, I had to choose the more obvious questions within the entire battlefield of interrogations I’ve always had concerning this, in my opinion, legendary band.

Here is a link to an interview The Heat Fanzine did with 108 in 2007, this article is pretty good, the questions were a solid basis to my personal will to ask questions to Robert Fish/Rajasara Dasa: there

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