Articles about Acoustic
Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors @ Old Church London
As Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors take to the stage in the unique church by day, venue by night atmosphere, he starts off by asking the familiar-faced crowd if he can say the F-word in a church, already having a fun time with the crowd. As Ryan opens with a solo acoustic / vocals, a […]
Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors Interview
Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors took some time out before their album launch party in London to talk with myself about the band, the album, and influences that got Ryan to where he is with the band. The Devil’s In The Detail album launch party is tonight here in London, are you excited for […]
A Will Away – Here Again
Take Hawthorne Heights, throw in a mixture of You me at Six and Moose Blood (who doesn’t love that combination!) and what you get is A Will Away; Candy coated dark pop-punk. Opening with elegant guitar riffs and sugar sweet vocals ‘Here Again’, the albums namesake track is an extremely strong opening track, and […]
Senses Fail – In Your Absence
Senses Fail have been producing incredible post-hardcore records for around 15 years now and decided to foray into the acoustic world. We had a listen to their first acoustic EP In Your Absence which is set for release on March 5, 2017. Opening track Jets To Peru is not really a strong track to […]
Columbus set to record acoustic EP!
Aussie punks Columbus have announced that they are going to record an acoustic EP! The release will include some re-worked tracks from critically acclaimed debut album Spring Forever as well as a brand new track! Vocalist Alex Moses says; “All of our songs are originally written on acoustic guitar, so it feels welcoming to be […]
Senses Fail announce In Your Absence acoustic EP
Post-hardcore legends Senses Fail are celebrating their 15th anniversary on a US tour in 2017. The band have also announced that they will be releasing a special acoustic EP In Your Absence on March 3, 2017 via Pure Noise Records. Ahead of it’s release, the band are streaming closing track Lost and Found from the record, […]
Wednesday 13 announces UK acoustic tour!
Wednesday 13 is heading back to our shores! February and March 2017 will see him bring back his ever popular Undead, Unplugged shows across various UK venues. Each night of the tour will see acoustic performances of Wednesday 13‘s incredible back catalogue, tales from his touring life and also a set from his country side […]
SAYWECANFLY – Blessed Are Those | Review
I am not usually too much of a fan of singer-songwriters. While I do admire their vocal abilities, I prefer listening to the more heavy sounds, however, SAYWECANFLY probably holds a massive piece of my heart as I could sit and listen to his entire back catalogue until the end of time. So you can imagine my excitement when Braden Barrie’s solo project’s debut Epitaph album landed in my inbox.
More Than Most – Moment
So our favourite time of the year has just passed (boo now everyone’s on about Christmas but it’s still Halloween for me!), and one of our favourite bands over at AltCorner Towers, More Than Most, got well and truly into the Halloween spirit. Although there were no tricks, just treats all around as they released the video for this brilliant acoustic version of Godfathers of Goth Aiden’s Moment.
Rachelle Rhienne Takes on The A-Z Questionnaire | Interview
Rachelle Rhienne is a 23 year old award winning Singer/Songwriter/Recording Artist from Loch Lomond, Scotland. Her genre of music consists of catchy uptempo Pop tracks, with some influences of Soul and R&B. Her strength is writing big, emotional power ballads with lyrics that tell a story and melodies that touch people. She also hosts her […]
Jasmine Rodgers To Release Debut ‘Blood Red Sun’ on Oct 28th
Jasmine Rodgers’ debut solo album Blood Red Sun channels her gift of narrative storytelling into eleven concise songs that explore the emotional hinterland behind all of our thoughts and deeds.
SayWeCanFly – I Didn’t Know
Canadian singer-songwriter SayWeCanFly has released the latest track from his forthcoming album Blessed Are Those (November 4 via Epitaph Records). I Didn’t Know is a very emotionally charged single and combines Braden Barrie’s smooth, graceful vocals with a stripped back ballad. It perfectly showcases his intricate songwriting.
When Red Lights Show (Acoustic Set) at The Water Rats, Kings Cross, London
When Red Lights Show (Acoustic Set) at The Water Rats, Kings Cross, London shot by Romi Nicole Schneider.
SayWeCanFly announce Blessed Are Those album
Canadian singer-songwriter Braden Barrie has announced his first Epitaph Records full-length under solo project SayWeCanFly. Blessed Are Those is set for release on November 4. The record is his second release on the label, being the highly anticipated follow-up to 2015’s Darling EP which received critical acclaim around the world. Known for his deeply honest […]