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From Tuesday 25 July 2023

YONAKA – ‘Welcome To My House’

It feels like YONAKA have been away for some time, what with their ‘Seize the Power’ EP being released back in 2021. But this Brighton-born group are finally back with their latest release, ‘Welcome To My House’, and it feels good to be able to welcome this insanely talented

Friday 14 July 2023


One of the beautiful things about music is just how versatile artists can be; while fans will sometimes lament about their favourite band no longer sounding the same, there is something admirable about those who choose to evolve and adapt on every release. PVRIS are one such example. If you

Thursday 29 June 2023

Halflives – ‘Inferno’

Once upon a time, you may have known Halflives as a band but, with the imminent release of ‘Inferno’, it’s time to learn that Halflives is now the solo project of vocalist Linda Battilani. Described as Linda’s “personal descent into hell, a collection of my demons wrapped up into

Tuesday 09 May 2023

The Amity Affliction – ‘Not Without My Ghosts’

‘Not Without My Ghosts’, the latest, self-produced offering from The Amity Affliction, is the band’s latest brutal yet brilliant album, and follows on from their 2020 release ‘Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them’. The album roars its opening in the form of ‘Show Me Your God’, a disgustingly heavy,

Wednesday 26 July 2017

Oceans Ate Alaska – ‘Hikari’

Since 2014, Oceans Ate Alaska have been on an incredible journey. They’ve signed to the impressive Fearless Records, released their debut album ‘Lost Isles’ in 2015, played at festivals including the prestigious Warped Tour and Slam Dunk, and have headed out on countless headline and supporting tours. The best

Tuesday 18 July 2017

Currents: “I definitely have plenty of ammo for the next album”

Friday 14 July 2017

Oh Wonder – ‘Ultralife’

Oh Wonder have been nothing short of a phenomenon since the duo popped up on the scene. Boasting melodic choruses and beautiful harmonies, this London-based pair have gone from strength to strength off the back of their 2015 self-titled album. With such a successful debut, it can be daunting

Jule Vera: “We don’t worry about what genre we fall into”

Thursday 06 July 2017

Bellevue Days – ‘Rosehill’

Croydon-based quartet Bellevue Days were (and still are) an incredibly exciting indie-pop act to have come out of London in recent years. Their last EP ‘Sad Boy’ was released to critical acclaim and it seemed almost impossible to think that the band would be able to create another piece

Monday 26 June 2017

Sibling – ‘Dream You Away’

After the release of their, quite frankly, stunning EP ‘Miserable Love’, Sibling soon became one of the most talked about and sought after bands within the post-rock scene. Shows alongside the likes of Nervus ensued and now they’re back for round two with their upcoming release ‘Dream You Away’. But