Articles about Electronic
Eurovsion – A Victory For Music?!
Is Eurovision a measure of the changing face of the music industry?
Paramore – After Laughter
It’s the album that people have been waiting on for what seems like forever. Finally Paramore are back with their 5th studio album, After Laughter & it hasn’t disappointed us at all. After Laughter is full of electro rocky summer vibes and instantly transports you to a beach somewhere with a cocktail in hand. It’s […]
Bullet Height – No Atonement
Berlin based UK electronic rock duo Bullet Height are set to release debut album No Atonement this week. Fight Song punches you straight in the face, kicking the album off to a banging start. The electronic tint over the vocals is unusual, but it’s enticing. There is a few seconds of calm as the duo […]
Ho99o9 – United States of Horror
Self-proclaimed hip hop/punk mutants Ho99o9 are set to release their debut album United States of Horror on the 5th May. This record manages to encapsulate the chaotic nature of Ho99o9 in a live environment whilst still remaining focused and artistically challenging throughout. Ho99o9 are one of these bands that are unclassifiable. Fronted by two of […]
Check out the remix of Feel from Skarlett Riot!
We loved the original version of Feel by Brit rockers Skarlett Riot and now the band have gone and released a remixed version! This remix comes from Zardonic who is an award winning DJ, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and sound designer! We think it sounds awesome! Check out Feel (Zardonic remix) below;
10 Years of Take To The Skies
Nothing makes you feel old quite like the anniversary of an album. It might be hard to believe but this year sees Enter Shikari’s Take To The Skies reach 10 years (!!) since release. Yep that’s right, both it and you have aged a whole decade. In celebration, and in anticipation for the bands performance […]
Crossfaith talk New Age Warriors Remix EP
We caught up with Crossfaith frontman Kenta Koie ahead of their Cardiff date of the Earthbound tour to talk their friendship with tour headliners Bury Tomorrow, forthcoming singles, New Age Warriors Remix EP and Taylor Swift covering Crossfaith…. How is the tour with Bury Tomorrow going for you so far? It’s been great. Bury Tomorrow […]
Holding Absence, Continents & Nightlives @ Clwb Ifor Bach
On Thursday, I was off to Clwb Ifor Bach to see Holding Absence at their sold out hometown show! I’m going to say now that the gig was insanely good! All bands smashed it and I really enjoyed myself. I went to the gig only knowing Holding Absence and Nightlives. I heard a lot of […]
Bullet Height tell Wild Words in lyric video!
Electronic rockers Bullet Height have revealed the lyric video for new single Wild Words! The track is the latest to be taken from their debut album No Atonement which is set for release on May 19th via Sony Music! The duo say; “Wild Words” was one of the first tracks recorded for “No Atonement” & […]
Imminence – This Is Goodbye
This Is Goodbye is both the single and the album title by Swedish quartet Imminence which sounds like something you’d expect to hear on the next Bring Me The Horizon record. This unique and powerful sound should see them taking over the world in such a way that BMTH have, if they play their cards right. The use of pitch […]
Palisades – Let Down
Palisades latest self titled album is so huge, that I’d consider it for album of the year (at least so far!) Let Down is the latest release from the New Jersey sextet which hits all bases from a commercial sounding track and soft verses, lined with great electronics and distorted guitar to bring their unique […]
Insurgency Festival 2017
Based in Milton Keynes in the UK, Insurgency is an up and coming festival ran by the Peachey brothers of The Acid Ballet, on the 11th of March 2017 I went over there to check it out and here’s what went on: Stolen Serenade Acoustic Opening the festival come the poppy, upbeat tones of Stolen […]
Black Map – In Droves
Black Map’s new EP ‘In Droves’ is best described as eclectic and buzzy, ranging from fuzzy anger pop, to Muse-esque songs, there’s a lot going on in this album. Opening with ‘Run Rabbit Run,’ the album is given a solid pace, by this extremely strong track, buzzier than a beard of bees yet slick as […]
William Control releases Analog Flesh in a Digital World
Following the announcement of the second installment of Revelations in the form of The Black EP, William Control has unveiled the lead single from the record! Analog Flesh in a Digital World highlights the difference between digital and physical connections and the accompanying visual takes you through time and space, complete with the signature William […]