Articles about Emo
Moose Blood at Manchester Academy
Our very own Head of Photography, Helen Messenger went and saw emo starlets Moose Blood when they graced the Manchester Academy’s stage. Here are her fantastic shots…
Interview With Dowsing
With a few member changes and doubts over if the end of Dowsing was on the horizon, the band recovered, recollected their thoughts and released a fantastic new record entitled ‘OKAY’. We caught up with Vocalist, Erik Hunter-Czaja and here is our chat…
Sad Blood announce weekend tour
After a failed attempt at stand up comedy and wrestling careers (their loss is our gain), George Phillips picked up a guitar and began penning tracks about his failed imaginary relationship with world-renowned popstar Taylor Swift (we’re sure she’ll love you George!) and his failures in life and love. Sad Blood was born following the relentless failed recruiting of bassist Krys Bascombe and drummer Daniel Goldberg that eventually led to them relenting and joining.
Alistair Hynes – Ineffable
Alistair Hynes’ debut EP ‘Ineffable’ – winging its way onto release on the 16th of September.
Jimmy Eat World @ Bush Hall
Vicki Bailey recently took some shots of Emo legends Jimmy Eat World when they graced the Bush Hall in London…
Finding Kate – If I Fall
The brainchild of Kate Pavli, Finding Kate is the culmination of hard hitting drums, layered guitar riffs and emotive and alluring vocals. This November sees the band release their debut album, If I Fall, the follow up to the highly praised EP Inside Out.
My Only – This Room & You
Emo has been brought back to the forefront of alternative music with the likes of Moose Blood capturing the hearts of everyone they come into contact with. This has paved the way for a new wave of emo bands including Norfolk/Cambridge emo-punks My Only, who release their debut EP This Room & You on September 2.
Track of The Day: Call by Faux
Having received an overwhelming response to their recently released EP ‘Inhale’, Faux are now happy to share their new video for ‘Call’.
Feed Them To The Forest take on the A-Z Questionaire
Feed Them To The Forest are a rock band from the North of England. Blending the emotionally charged sound of the late ’90s Long Island punk rock scene with a distinctly British twist, FTTTF bring the genre up to date with an intense and energetic live show, laced with hooks, harmonies and anthemic melodies. The band took on the A-Z Questionnaire Challenge! Read their answers…
Landmarks – In Spite Of It All | Story Behind The Artwork
“We approached him with the idea of a tranquil lake with someone looking out over it. He was brilliant with his water colour paint work, so we asked if he could keep the colouring simple and apply that affect. The use of a canoe came about when we saw a photograph whilst on tour last year and from that moment we had the cover image made up in our minds. We gave him the idea’s and colour scheme we wanted to work with and from then on he went away and did his thing”.
Moose Blood at Truck Festival 2016!
Helen Messenger’s fantastic shots of emo starlets Moose Blood tearing it up on stage at Truck Festival 2016. Rest assured, now dry eyes were present by the end of their emotional set.
Fossil Youth Announce New LP!
After battling the unattainable with the 2015 EP Intertwined With You, Fossil Youth are back and at it again with their new full length A Glimpse Of Self Joy. AGOSJ not only works well as individual songs but, also tells one cohesive story that takes you on a journey from the opening chords of the contagious sing along Watercolor Daydream to the final ring out of the epic closer Linger In My Head, where singer/guitarist Scottie Noonan laments over and over again, “You don’t need me at all.”
My Only – Saboteur
Norfolk/Cambridgeshire emo punk quartet My Only have just finished a short run of dates with emo power pop trio Sad Blood. In preparation for their debut EP This Room & You’s release on September 2 via Crooked Noise Records, the band have released the video for latest track Saboteur.
Faux – Inhale EP
Kicking the EP off is the electrifying “Inhale” before kicking into the ever so catchy “Nerves”. Then there is the more brit-pop feelings of “Call” before it dives into the more emo dwellings of “You know”. The EP finishes with the pop punk musings of lead single “Swimmingly”.