Interviews

Interview with…JAWS

For JAWS album number two was make or break, we live in a time where success is fickle. Yes the B-Towners had amassed a strong, dedicated following but after a short sabbatical (that felt like an eternity) between their debut and their latest, it was uncertain that they would achieve similar results the second time around. But […]

Interview with…GRYMM

Interview with…SUPERGLU

Interview with…CARO

Live

LIVE REVIEW: Toothless at The Pickle Factory, London

The Pickle Factory lies somewhere down a backstreet on the border of Hackney. Tucked away from the chaos of London town, it feels all too quiet on this brisk Monday night. With a capacity of only a couple of hundred people, tonight’s venue seems a world apart from the stages Ed Nash will be used […]

LIVE REVIEW: South Island Son + Edwin Miles + Caoilfhionn Rose at The Eagle Inn, Salford

LIVE REVIEW: Lewis Del Mar at Deaf Institute, Manchester

LIVE REVIEW: The Vryll Society + Hidden Charms at Gorilla, Manchester

Exclusives

EXCLUSIVE: Childcare Take Birmingham City in Stunning High Definition

London indie garage-punks Childcare are a devilish delight, only two tracks make up their online presence as it stands but this is soon to change in the new year, upon release of a brand spakin’ new EP, due out via Lost in the Manor Records. In a series of snaps captured by Wolf James at a […]

Song of the Week

SONG OF THE WEEK: The Big Moon ‘Formidable’

Fiction Records signings The Big Moon have announced the release of their debut album, ‘Love in the 4th Dimension’ (due April 7th) and to celebrate they’re streaming live highlight, the by turns vulnerable and imperious ‘Formidable’. Verging on the epic, ‘Formidable’ is the most sincere take so far from the London garage-rockers, baring more resemblance […]

SONG OF THE WEEK: Richard Walters ‘Awards Night’

SONG OF THE WEEK: whenyoung ‘Actor’

SONG OF THE WEEK: King Charles ‘Find A Way’

Album

ALBUM REVIEW: Lissie ‘Live at Union Chapel’

Live albums are tricky in many ways. Firstly, they’re tricky to do well: their purpose is essentially to capture a performance that was as much experienced through eyes as through ears, and make it almost as satisfying as a solely aural experience. It’s essentially the artist saying, “If you went, you can attempt to relive […]

ALBUM REVIEW: JAWS ‘Simplicity’

ALBUM REVIEW: Lewis Del Mar ‘Lewis Del Mar’

ALBUM REVIEW: Chain Wallet ‘Chain Wallet’

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