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From Saturday 10 October 2020

Slow Pulp – ‘Moveys’

By Slow Pulp’s own admission, ‘Moveys’ is a made-up word. An in-joke that can be interpreted however you wish. It can be an instance of wilful abandon, the starting gun to free your inhibitions, or something that just implores you to dance. For the Chicago four-piece, it

Friday 25 September 2020

Pillow Queens – ‘In Waiting’

They say good things come to those who wait – a statement that could not be more accurate for Pillow Queens. Since the release of their ‘Calm Girls’ EP in 2016, they’ve been patiently crafting a sound and solid back catalogue that’s had fans eagerly anticipating their

Friday 11 September 2020

Mad Sin – ‘Unbreakable’

For those unfamiliar with the stylings of Mad Sin, just imagine the slick licks of early Tiger Army, the boisterous vocals of Bad Manners, and the general chaos of Turbonegro. After a decade in the wilderness, Germany’s psychobilly/punkabilly royalty are back with 14th studio record ‘Unbreakable’.

Friday 04 September 2020

Cold Years – ‘Paradise’

The relationship between a hometown and its inhabitants can often be a complicated one. There are those that have a deep-seated sense of pride about where they grew up, some who have moved away and have become nostalgic for the comforts, and others that completely resent the

Tuesday 11 August 2020

INTERVIEW: The Lawrence Arms

Friday 07 August 2020

INTERVIEW: New Found Glory

Thursday 16 July 2020

The Lawrence Arms – ‘Skeleton Coast’

Since forming in 1999, The Lawrence Arms have wanted to take us through the windswept streets of their hometown of Chicago. We’d hear tales from the late night bars, the basement shows, and generally be thrust into the claustrophobic nature of life in the belly of a

Monday 06 July 2020

The Beths – ‘Jump Rope Gazers’

Every one of us, at some stage, will reach a point in our lives where distance wedges itself between us and the people we love. Long-lasting friendships feel strained, relationships become a chore, and once prominent figures in our lives drift away. It’s not always something we

Friday 19 June 2020

INTERVIEW: Blag Dahlia

Monday 15 June 2020

Bad Cop/Bad Cop – ‘The Ride’

Bad Cop/Bad Cop are fighting the good fight. They are stoking the revolution, calling out injustices, and preaching the importance of self-love. The Los Angeles-quartet’s third full-length record, ‘The Ride’, is highly prophetic and arrives at precisely the right time to capture the mood of this deeply