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Restless Streets are A Litle More Us!
Albany’s melodic rockers Restless Streets have revealed their new single A Little More Us! The track combines the band’s talents to create a melancholic, atmopsheric and emotionally charged track. Frontman Logan Carter says; “This is a song about finding someone again after they made a decision to leave you. “A Little More Us” suggests that […]
Sorority Noise – You’re Not As __ You Think
Emotive punk rockers Sorority Noise are set to release their new album You’re Not As __ You Think on 17th March. The album, much like some of their previous work, is an intimate, emotional look into the last year of the bands life. Whilst emotional and in places dark this album has an underlying theme […]
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 […]
All Time Low @ Hammersmith Apollo
As I arrive to the venue, I find a queue zig-zagged, and stretched over a 10 minute walk away from the venue itself to find the end of it, like waiting for the opening of a huge festival, as my mind wonders how the hell all these people will fit in such a space. As […]
Made up with the talents of Paul (vocals/guitar), Will (Lead guitar/backing vocals), Lewis (Bass/backing vocals) and Garth (Drums) we caught up with NIGHLIFE before the release of their new album “Salt and Acid” to talk about the album itself and so much more! Firstly, for those that do not know you yet, could you describe […]
Black Map take on the A-Z challenge!
Black Map are made up of former members of Dredg, Farand The Trophy Fire. They have an awesome brand of rock and recently released the video for new single Run Rabbit Run which was our track of the day (here). We asked the rockers to take on our A-Z challenge! A song that made you […]
Matter of Mind release new single, Far Too Wrong
Northerners Matter of Mind have released their new single, Far Too Wrong. Having recorded their debut EP over a year ago the band are back with a new single and a video to go with it. Their loud guitars and high energy, along with their talent for writing songs has produced a track that is […]
Eva Plays Dead – Spin
Today’s track of the day comes from Eva Plays Dead with their new video Spin! The band, who kick off their UK tour supporting Sumo Cyco and Devilskin on March 14, say of the track; “a song which speaks of the near-schizophrenic swings that can take over during turbulent times. We’ve all been there – […]
Temples – Volcano
Temples have just released ‘Volcano’, the follow up to 2014’s Top-10 album, ‘Sun Structures’. ‘Volcano’ is a beautifully crafted 60’s psychedelic dream journey, and I am in love with every single song. Genuinely, the album is up there with my all time favourites. This album varies on psychedelia with elements of acoustic, rock, and pop, […]
Empty Lungs tell us about their upcoming EP and tour.
Empty Lungs are releasing a new EP, ‘Don’t Get It’ on Friday 10th March. It’s a wonderful blend of punk rock, indie rock and power pop, and it’s pretty darn great. We caught up with vocalist/ guitarist Kev Jones to chat about the new EP and their upcoming tour. You guys have been through a lot: […]
Miss Vincent are Somewhere Else with The Lovers!
The headline sounds saucy doesn’t it? Well Southampton punk-rockers Miss Vincent are back with a new EP announcement and a clear progression of sound! The EP Somewhere Else is set for release on May 19, 2017 via Uncle M. Lead single The Lovers is described by frontman Alex Marshall as; “The title refers to a famous […]
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 […]
Sum 41 – Don’t Call It A Sum Back @ Brixton Academy
Canadian band Hollerado warm things up in the Brixton Academy as a stomping opener of a gritty rock band. As a band not overly familiar in the UK, noticeable by the lack of crowd singing along, they are sure to gather more of a fan base after this tour with a respectful crowd gradually getting […]
Vagabon announce first UK shows!
Vagabon, the multi-instrumentalist project of Laetitia Tamko, released debut album Infinite Worlds at the end of last month to critical acclaim across the world! She has already been championed as an indie rock gamechanger. Check out the video for The Embers below; She’s set to hit the UK for the first time, check out the […]