Brighton-based noise makers Idle Crooks & Englishmen share a preview of their forthcoming EP ‘I Feel Like You Should Be More Dangerous’ today (listen here). The riff heavy blues punk outfit effortlessly mix genres – helped along by the distinct and present vocals of guitarist/vocalist Tom Hurn. That isn’t to say that the guitar or drums […]
Don’t stand up on my accord. Please – “stay in your seat”. Vulgarians’ latest single ‘Hands Around the Waste’ makes that oh-so clear with contrasting voracious aggression and creepily wonky instrumentation. One could be deceived by the Samuel Barber-esque orchestral introduction, starting you off with expectations of a laid back emotional ballad. However, a break […]
Idle Crooks and Englishmen are taking blues rock and throwing it into the punk and indie scene, then taking it back out and showing us the result. Their new EP ‘I Feel Like You Should Be More Dangerous’, and its accompanying tour, is lined up to be a huge success – taking in Brighton, London […]
Carnivals waste no time in getting to where they want to be with their new release ‘City of Skulls’. Opening with a raucous explosion of forceful guitars and drums, overseen by the lead guitar (and subsequent vocal) hook – aptly referential to the clear psych influences. One can’t help but notice the South-East Londoner’s influences, […]
The Golden Age of TV, a Leeds based 5-piece, have firmly secured their position in the burgeoning post-rock market that’s currently blossoming around the UK with their debut track ‘Between Each Brick’.
Opening with whirling synths and an aggressive pushing bassline, Manchester three-piece W.H Lung’s debut track ‘Inspiration’ is a 7-minute psychedelic odyssey that relentlessly travels from motif to motif, yet never straying too far as to be unable to return.