An interview with VASA

VASA are the Scottish post rockers who have been challenging the rock genre over the last few years. We caught up with the quartet to chat about their latest tour with Poly-Math, their upcoming double A side single Burst Open and the importance of their DIY aesthetic.

A chat with COVE about their New EP! | Interview

"The whole process of recording the EP is a bit of a blur now, some of the days were very long, approaching around the 10+ hour mark, after spending that long in one room concentrating on what you're doing, by the end of the day your brain can feel a bit like mush"

Fullshore – Cherish (EP) | Review

Fullshore have opened for bands such as Turnover, Nai Harvest & Lawson in the past and in the summer of 2016 Fullshore spent their time writing and recording their new EP 'Cherish'. The EP was recorded with Matt Heap at Suff Studios.

Lucid Fly announce debut album!

US progressive/alt-rockers Lucid Fly have announced details of their debut LP! Building Castles In Air is set for release on November 11! The band have also released the lyric video for lead single Visions of Grandeur.

VITJA sign to Century Media Records and share details of new record!

VITJA is the Russian equivalent of Victor, meaning winner and this quartet are sure onto a winner!

Liverpool Music Week unveils full line-up

Liverpool Music Week starts on October 26 and ahead of the opening party (headlined by WARPAINT), the organisers have revealed the full line up! The festival runs across Liverpool between October 26 and November 4.

DOPE’s first ever London headline show this Monday!

US alternative metalers DOPE are hitting our shores this weekend for a one-off exclusive UK show! The show takes place on Monday November 7 at the O2 Academy Islington.

Table Talk – Table Talk | Album Review

Hailing from Long Island, New York, alternative rockers Table Talk will be releasing their debut self-titled EP on June 3. With influences from bands such as Motion City Soundtrack and Jimmy Eat World, Table Talk’s debut is fantastic from start to finish.

Foes @ Fuel Rock Club, Cardiff. 24th October 2016 | Live Review

Finally FOES from Liverpool, took to the stage. I thought that this band would get a lot more faces in the crowd as it was their show but again it was mostly a few people and the other bands showing their support. Throughout every track Chris’ vocals were highlighted and his vocals were melodic and crisp. The lead vocals and the backing vocals blended naturally. The guitarist was very energetic and was moving about on stage quite a bit.

Finding Kate – If I Fall | Album Track By Track

Finding Kate are set to release a new album entitled 'If I Fall', we luckily got Kate Pavli to speak about each track from the album and tell us the origin of each song...

City Of Ashes Talk Formation, New Single ‘Sometimes’ and Their Mental Health Project | Interview

Brighton alternative rock quartet City Of Ashes talk business and we're lucky enough to listen as they tell all about their upcoming plans and spill about their new single Sometimes! Sit back, relax and read on...

Andrew Paley Releases ‘Come Home’

Singer-songwriter Andrew Paley has revealed the video for Come Home. The track features Thomas George, otherwise known as The Lion And The Wolf! The track is the lead single of forthcoming album Sirens, set for release via Make My Day records on November 18.

AltCorner’s Top Five ‘Spooky’ Tracks For Halloween!

It’s our favourite time of the year here at AltCorner Towers with Halloween just around the corner, everywhere is getting creepy. We’ve stocked up on super cute bat lights and everything! The only thing left is to sort out our Halloween playlist so we can freak everyone out more! So let’s delve into the world of all things creepy (although just for the sake of not filling this up with Danny Elfman scores, we’re only going to focus on bands) and find our perfect Halloween artists!

Don’t Fret Club mental health/music podcast week roundup

Not-for-profit podcast and website Don't Fret Club have announced their new website! The club is a crossover initiative discussing the topics of mental health and music. The website is a space for discussion and guest articles and is curated and hosted by Jessica Bridgeman.

The Orphan The Poet – Terrible Things | Album Review

The Orphan The Poet really reminded me a lot of a young Mayday Parade. As a huge fan of Mayday, I really enjoyed the parallels between both bands — they are eerily similar. If you’re a fan of Mayday Parade I highly suggest checking out The Orphan The Poet. I can’t wait to see what’s next for them!

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