The Class Assassins No Justice No Peace

Two contributions from Toronto's street punk scene, first up are Riot 99, who according to their record sleeve are "putting the Bollocks back into punk." A bold statement but one they live up to. The two songs on this seven-inch are all boots, booze and pill-fuelled mayhem, which would fit in perfectly on an old Punk and Disorderly comp. The Class Assassins take a more serious approach, with a melodic sound reminiscent of the Angelic Upstarts. The title track is an inspirational call to arms while the B-side is a cover of Lambert and Potter's '60s protest song "One Tin Soldier." Both tracks are delivered in that catchy sing-along style that's bound to stick in your head (Insurgence)