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ALTERNATIVE MUSIC REVIEWS

Attention Thieves, ACODA, Bear Arms and Donnie Willow at Broadcast, Glasgow

Gareth Rooke reviewed Attention Thieves, ACODA, Bear Arms and Donnie Willow at Broadcast, Glasgow!

Beartooth, Dead Harts and The Color Morale At Studio 24, Edinborough

Gareth reviewed Beartooth, Dead Harts and The Color Morale At Studio 24 in Edinborough!

Shark Tape – Marathon

Shark Tape are a three-piece Rock band from Philadelphia. They have been active since 2007 under other names, but have been Shark Tape since 2012, where they released two EPs. Marathon is their debut album and AltCorner Writer Alice Liguori had a listen and gave her thoughts on the release...

Rolo Tomassi – Grievances

Rolo Tomassi have been a band for ten years now, first coming to fruition with the release of Hysterics; a modern day near-perfect debut album that showcased their frantic and schizophrenic style in the highest possible standard. Amassing and wowing countless listeners in many ways, Rolo Tomassi were the first to gain recognition from the now renowned Sheffield scene.

Cartesian Jetstream – ‘Ancestors’

Jessica Merrit had a listen to Cartesian Jetstream's new album 'Ancestors' and gave AltCorner her thoughts...

This Wild Life, As It Is, Seaway and Boston Manor @ King Tut’s Wah Wah

Gareth Rooke reviewed This Wild Life and As It Is co-headline date at the King Tut's Wah Wah, with support from Seaway and Boston Manor.

Press To Meco, Twin Heart, Sea of Crowns and A Sudden Burst of Colour @ Audio, Glasgow

Gareth Rooke went and saw Press To Meco (and supports) at the Audio in Glasgow and here is what he thought of the night...

Fearless Vampire Killers, Don’t Look Down, Life on Standby and Annisokay @King Tut’s Review

Fearless Vampire Killers, Don't Look Down, Life on Standby and Annisokay @King Tut's Wah Wah!

An Elegy – Embrace The Rain

Sean Gledhill reviewed the new release by An Elegy and here is what he thought...

Palm Reader – Beside The Ones We Love

AltCorner Writer Nathan Reynolds had a listen to the new Palm Records Album 'Beside The Ones We Love' and told us what he thought of it...

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! – Get Lost, Find Yourself

Influenced by one of my most favoured childhood movies ‘The Goonies’, the French five-piece Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, have been around the music scene since 2007. ‘Something for Nothing’ didn’t make an appearance until 2010, with signature pop-punk vibes and hardcore undertones, getting us all hooked like addicts waiting for our next hit. Leaving us […]

Calling Apollo – HUNTER I GATHERER

Calling Apollo, the name itself already teases you with the expectation of something special, something that’s not quite the norm. Suffice to say this is exactly what you get, 25 minutes of heavy hitting guitar riffs with underlying almost futuristic melodies. A mixture of “screamo” vocals and a progressive rock sound gives for a whole […]

Stray From The Path – Outbreak

Rising newcomers, Stray From The Path, have released a new single, and it is not to disappoint! With a heavy bass riff, the song Outbreak is one to watch out for.

Shooze – Classifield

AltCorner Writer James Brotchie had a listen to Shooze's EP 'Classified' and gave us his thoughts...

Trash Boat – Brainwork

Sean Gledhill had a listen to Trash Boat's EP 'Brainwork' and here is what he thought...

AltCorner's Mission

AltCorner is the promotional platform for alternative music, documenting upcoming artists and established alternative acts. Driven by a team of passionate writers and photographers, AltCorner strive to make a difference in the music world by focusing on the rising stars of alternative music. Great artists are out there and we showcase them every day through news coverage, reviews of the latest alternative releases and interviews with both upcoming and established artists. There is also our acclaimed festival coverage and galleries of live performances to boot. We keep our fingers firmly on the pulse of the alternative music scene, whether it is covering already established alternative acts or documenting the stars of tomorrow, we are always there. The alternative movement is alive and kicking and we here at AltCorner deliver your alternative music fix daily.