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From Tuesday 28 May 2019

LIVE: The Great Escape 2019

As The Great Escape took over Brighton for another year, it is fair to say that this line up was one of its most diverse yet. Partnered with The Alternative Escape it provided three days of music ranging from pop to punk and everything in between. Thursday kicked off

Tuesday 06 March 2018

Cup Check – ‘Continuity’

Chicago group Cup Check’s ‘Continuity’ is likely to get nowhere near the attention it deserves. A mixture of hurt, honesty and strength tie together this progressive pop-punk collection. Whilst opener ‘Selfish’ offers a brief introduction before aggressively throwing us into a blur of enraged drumming, ‘Tightrope’ chooses to remain steady

Don Broco – ‘Technology’

‘Technology’ accommodates 16 songs all of which comprise qualities found on Don Broco’s previous records. Maintaining their own sound, they continue to rely on weighty riffs and chant-like choruses to encapsulate an assortment of music that can captivate a live audience. First song ‘Technology’ is the perfect opening to the

Monday 26 February 2018

Nervus – ‘Everything Dies’

‘Everything Dies’ is a ten track album ringing with raw and poignant sentiment. Heavily driven by sincere lyrics, it offers a chance to reflect and critique, without leaving out the darkest and most fragile thoughts. Songwriter Em Foster uses her own experiences to give a personal touch to their

Saturday 03 February 2018

Lemuria – ‘Recreational Hate’

A collection of sentimental, wistful yearning brings together Lemuria’s latest release ‘Recreational Hate’, their first album in four years. The record came as a surprise to trusting fans who purchased a ‘Secret LP’ off the trio’s website with little other information. Turns out, what would be hitting their inbox was