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From Thursday 17 September 2020

Knuckle Puck – ’20/20′

Five years after releasing their debut record, Knuckle Puck are gearing up to release their third full-length, ’20/20′, an album they’ve approached with optimism and positivity. And if the goal was to spread that positivity, then it’s been achieved – the album is full of sunshine,

Friday 11 September 2020

Honey Joy – ‘II’

Honey Joy’s second album, aptly named ‘II’, was written in the midst of health concerns and time off to focus on recovery. Vocalist Meg Tinsley was signed off from working as a nurse due to struggles with her mental health when the first half of the record

Tuesday 25 August 2020

Dream Nails – ‘Dream Nails’

Dream Nails are one of the most important bands in the current punk scene. Their shows are an act of rebellion in a world traditionally dominated by men, and their cries of “women and non-binary people to the front” are as important to the band as their songs. With

Friday 17 July 2020

Dehd – ‘Flower of Devotion’

On their second full-length, Dehd are shrugging off their debut’s position on love: painful but necessary. This time around, after spending much of the last year alone, vocalist Emily Kempf is acknowledging how necessary and empowering solitude and loneliness can be. With this broadening of subject matter

Thursday 12 December 2019

INTERVIEW: Marianas Trench


Friday 22 November 2019

LIVE: Marianas Trench @ Scala, London

Marianas Trench’s ‘Suspending Gravity’ tour is in London tonight – it’s a chilly November evening and with the sun now setting before 5pm, the respite of an energetic pop-rock show is welcomed by everyone in the long, long queue outside tonight. Having brought their friends and

Tuesday 29 October 2019

Anavae – ’45’

An album from Anavae has been whispered about for years. The band have been staples of the UK alt-rock and live scene since their debut in 2012, yet the full-length has eluded them – until now, with the release of ’45’. The album leans into creepy aesthetics, with the lyrics

Wednesday 29 May 2019

Yonaka – ‘Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow’

Yonaka have become a staple on the live circuit over the years, playing everywhere from Camden Rocks and Neverworld, to supporting Bring Me The Horizon and heading out on their own headline tours of grassroots venues. Now, the band are ready to come into their own with

Thursday 16 May 2019

Eat Your Heart Out: “I would always feel like any opportunity we got was just an accident and eventually people would work out that we had no idea what we were doing.”

Wednesday 24 April 2019

Best of Enemies – ‘A Fear That Comes Around’

Best of Enemies have always had a knack for straight up pop-rock in the vein of Decade and Deaf Havana. Ever since their 2014 EP ‘Stay Young, Trust Me’, their sugary melodies and raspy riffs have been lending themselves to sunny afternoons in the park, cider in