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LIVE: Oso Oso / Prince Daddy & The Hyena / Fresh @ Boston Music Room, London

Here’s the best thing about a co-headline tour: not one, but two forty-five minute sets. This particular Thursday night co-headliner, which took place at Boston Music Room, came from Prince Daddy & the Hyena and Oso Oso, but not before Brighton punks, Fresh, christened the

Monday 28 October 2019

suitor – ‘folklore’

In the few short weeks following the release of suitor’s first ever single, ‘Deep Sleep’, many comparisons have been drawn. Some liken them to post hardcore heroes Circa Survive and Saosin, while mentions of O’Brother, Moving Mountains, Pentimento, and Hoobastank have echoed around social media as well.

Thursday 19 September 2019

Selfish Things – ‘Logos’

‘Logos’ has been a long time coming for Selfish Things. Having spent the last eleven months dropping tracks that would eventually make it onto the LP, their debut album has been eagerly anticipated for months following the announcement. Now, it’s finally here – and it’s a thing

Thursday 05 September 2019

Sleeping With Sirens – ‘How It Feels To Be Lost’

Sleeping with Sirens had been teasing a heavier sound on social media for a while prior to the release of lead single ‘Leave It All Behind’. Little did we know what a true return to form it would be, especially in today’s musical climate where albums no

Tuesday 20 August 2019

Noah Gundersen – ‘Lover’

Noah Gundersen is an artist of great ambition – that much is obvious from his numerous musical engagements which includes, but definitely isn’t limited to, The Courage, formed with his sister Abby. The Seattle native’s drive is also evident on his fourth studio album as he leans further into

Wednesday 17 July 2019

LIVE: Drug Church / Night Letters @ Boston Music Room, London

Drug Church front man Patrick Kindlon smiles approvingly after the final note of ‘Banco Popular’ – the first song of the set – before taking a jab at himself for not being as energetic between songs as other front men might be, and wishing he was on Tom Cruise’s

Tuesday 16 July 2019

Hawthorne Heights cover Billie Eilish

Midwest emo aficionados, Hawthorne Heights, have just released a special project, ‘Dads of Sad’ in which they’ve turned pop into its sad cousin (obviously dressed in all black). Taking on ‘8’ by Billie Eilish and ‘Butterflies’ by Kacey Musgraves – two of pop music’s undisputed queens

Thursday 06 June 2019

LIVE: Alexisonfire @ Alexandra Palace, London

The contrast between the refined Victorian embellishments of Alexandra Palace’s entrance hall and the rough edges of its populace tonight is beautiful. There are fishnets and Docs, ripped jeans and tattoos, bobbing heads in all colours imaginable, and band shirts – a sea of them, many representing headline act

Friday 31 May 2019

Frank Iero and The Future Violents – ‘Barriers’

Friends, Frank Iero returns with the third iteration of his solo band, The Future Violents, and his first new music since 2016’s ‘Parachutes’. ‘Barriers’ also marks three years since a life-altering accident that left the former My Chemical Romance guitarist openly questioning his own mortality. With that in mind,

Thursday 16 May 2019

LIVE: Can’t Swim / Save Face / Coast To Coast @ The Borderline, London

It’s Tuesday night and the weather is dreary. If you didn’t know any better, you’d think it’s a write off… but you do and it isn’t, because tonight, Can’t Swim headline a sold-out Borderline. So you make your way down the stairs and into the already buzzing