Skyharbor, Sleepmakeswaves and Tides From Nebula Played The Exchange in Bristol and Brad checked out the show!
The Jury and the Saints released their self-titled album at the beginning of this month and Brad had a listen and gave AltCorner his thoughts…
Following on from their global success and a fresh new line-up Exist Immortal decided to release a ‘Deluxe’ version of ‘Darkness Of An Age’. Brad checked it out…
Elizabeth Joisce had a listen to Kill The Ideal’s upcoming EP Heritage…here is what she thought!
Live show review of Fatherson, Allusondrugs and Feed The Rhino – Supporting Enter Shikari – playing through their electric latest album The Mindsweep and a good selection of fan favourites to top it off!
Hip Hop with a twist… Read Brad’s first review of a Hip Hop record here… you’re in for a surprise!
I am delighted with Simmer, firstly because they have just made this one of the easiest reviews to write as the EP is nothing short of fantastic but, secondly I’d like to thank them for flying the ‘grunge’ flag in the UK.
Broken Chakra describe themselves as “four guys making honest and real authentic music designed to make you jump around and to think”, a description that is very much fitting when talking about their release ‘Fractured E.P’.
Leicester quartet Juniors’ 2014 was an absolute monster, but does their new highly-anticipated EP live up to the hype? I gave it a cheeky listen and found out for you guys.
James Simmonds saw Tim Barry, Cory Branan and Sam Russo at The Exchange Bristol and here is what he thought…
Brad takes a listen to The Waterboatman’s completely experimental and ambient debut release
Ashwin Reviews the Gnarwolves at Camden Lock… the set was way too short for all the hassle and commitment people had slacked off for.
In short, See You When I See You is bursting with chaotic, frenetic energy, which the band use to push their own interesting, and occasionally unique, take on the genre.
Live review of Moriaty’s flawless set at the Golden Lion with support from The Scribes and Tiny Folds.