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Cultdreams – Things That Hurt

Formed in 2014 and previously known as Kamikaze Girls are Cultdreams, who in 2017 released their debut record Seafoam which received widespread praise for depicting life with depression and PTSD, whilst shining a light on harmful behaviour, sexual harassment and every-day misogyny in society.  Nearly two years away from the studio to tour Seafoam in the UK/EU and across the Atlantic. Guitarist/vocalist Lucinda Livingstone and drummer Conor Dawson release a long-awaited second album, Things That Hurt via Big Scary Monsters.

Neck Deep Don’t Wait for anyone

Wrexham pop-punks Neck Deep have revealed the video for their new single Don’t Wait! The track, which features Architects‘ Sam Carter, is lifted from their acclaimed second album The Peace and The Panic! Frontman Ben Barlow says of the track and visual; “Don’t Wait immediately took on a political message for me, as politics and outrage/anger have always gone hand […]

Awooga – Conduit

Having released their debut EP, Alpha in 2016, Awooga have returned with their debut full length in the form of Conduit. Coming from the diverse musical backdrop that is Sheffield, it is perhaps unsurprising to hear many different components in their sound;  they describe themselves as fusing together psych, prog, stoner rock and shoegaze. The […]

HalfNoise – Flowerss EP

Flowerss is the new EP from Zac Farro’s solo project HalfNoise. The EP sees the project continue with its dreamy psychedelic style. At 7 tracks long it’s rather long for an EP but overall it is a definite improvement on the previous releases. The seamless production allows you to get lost in the dreamy psychedelia […]

Coldbones – Where It All Began

Coldbones are a four-piece band from the UK’s South East coast, hey release debut album Where It All Began on 6 April. The album tells the story of a butterfly’s life, with each track representing a key moment in its journey. Very interesting concept which starts with Caspases the start of the transformation process within the cocoon, the […]

King Capisce – Memento Mori

Sheffield experimental instrumental band King Capisce are set to release their third studio album Memento Mori on 6th October. The record sees the band continue the jazz/rock crossover style. As expected the musical skill of this band can’t be questioned at any point throughout the album. The album opens with what is probably the most […]

El Ten Eleven – Unusable Love

El Ten Eleven released Unusable Love on 18th August. El Ten Eleven are a two piece who layer augmented bass and drums to create a sound that has depth far beyond that typically expected from a two piece. Unusable Love is the first release from the two piece to feature a vocalist (in the form […]

blanket – Our Brief Encounters

blanket are set to release their debut LP Our Brief Encounters on the 10th February. The four piece comprises of vastly experienced musicians, who have experience touring and playing with bands from all aspects of rock music. This project however is an ambient post-rock effort. The 5 songs on this LP provide what appears to […]

ROOD are ‘Obsessed’

'Obsessed' is their debut single that was recorded at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool and produced by Chris Taylor. It will be released 29th August on digital and vinyl.

Interview With Foxing

Brad spoke to American band Foxing from St. Louis, Missouri straight after their set at The Exchange in Bristol back in August. Topics spoken about include; new album 'Dealer', touring with Tigers Jaw and the origins of their sound.

Truck Festival 2015

Our Coverage Of Truck Festival 2015


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