Charlotte Sands is one of the up-and-coming big names of rock who I had the pleasure of seeing live twice last year as she opened for PVRIS in January and 5 Seconds of Summer in October.
There were so many albums and EPs released throughout 2023 that we’ve loved here at AltCorner. So we asked our team to let us know what their favourite albums or EPs that were released in 2023. Here writer and photographer Vicki narrows down her top picks!
Aiko's Fortune's Child was released Friday 13th October, a day that is meant to be bad luck. I feel like it was unlucky that it took me nearly two months to find the time to listen.
Our A-Z challenge is a fun way to get to know the many bands and artists out there. Here it's the turn of The Dreaded Laramie to tell us all about themselves!
The baby emo within me was very excited when I was asked to review the new BOYS LIKE GIRLS album SUNDAY AT FOXWOODS. Growing up religiously hearing The Great Escape and Love Drunk, I couldn’t wait to hear what their first album in eleven years had to hold. Like most bands do, they’ve matured!
Our A-Z challenge is a fun way to get to know the many bands and artists out there. Here it's the turn of Hungover to tell us all about themselves!
Scene Queen brought a great night out to Leeds recently with her Bimbos, Beans and Toast tour!
Matthew Lowry, a new indie rock artist based in Florida, just released his breakthrough album "Flamingo County" on September 15th. The release was mastered by Jesse Cannon while the music videos were directed by Aaron Marsh of Copeland.
Grip-Like Vice released debut album Place//Circumstance in June. The album was written over a three-year period.
Enter Shikari are a band known for their use of synths, political lyrics and considered the pioneers of the genre ‘electronicore’.
Legendary rockers Goo Goo Dolls headed down to Manchester on their latest run of U.K. dates with support from Those Damn Crows.
McFly released their latest album Power to Play last week and Vicki sat down and had a listen.
Cyan Kicks release new album I Never Said 4ever this month and we had a listen.
Hot Mulligan’s third full length offering Why Would I Watch sees them just as aggressive and just as mathy and just as emo as ever. And the song titles are still needlessly long.