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Rad Releases 20 – Twisted Ankle

December 23, 2020

Rad Releases 20 – Twisted Ankle

It’s that time once again, as the countdown to the end of 2020 rapidly approaches and we quickly want to move away from this year- we take a personal look back on familiar names, labels, promoters, and musicians’ best releases of the past 12 months. In what has been a challenging year for all, the one constant has been how artists and their labels have adapted and produced some of the best records of our time and it’s those releases that have the audience has depended on to get them through the year.

This year the Rad Releases special celebrates 10 years, to mark the decade-long feature we let our favorites take over the site to tell us the records that have kept them going throughout this trying year. Telling us how they’ve adapted, if they’ve returned to a loved record and what we can look forward to from them next year.

Our next takeover comes from a band that has created an album that perfectly captures the insanity of life. On October 23rd, Twisted Ankle released one of the most infectious, gritty, and aggressive records of 2020, as the trio released their self-titled album via Breakfast Records. We can’t stress enough how much their album needs to be heard, the 11 track release provides anthemic turbulence. We were also thrilled to add their album to our shop shelves. From the first single that dropped back in April, Twisted Ankle teased us throughout lockdown for their highly anticipated release to drop and the excitement helped pass the time.

We handover to the band to find out more about their year in music, in what has to be one of the best podcast experiences. For their Rad Releases special, Twisted Ankle have recorded a special run through, listen to the podcast streaming in full below:

CircuitSweet · Twisted Ankle Rad Releases 2020 Podcast

Thank you so much! Such a good listen and wish you the best for 2021

https://www.facebook.com/TwistedAnkle/

https://twistedanklemusic.bandcamp.com/

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