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From Wednesday 24 December 2014

Introducing: Weekend Dads

Weekend Dads are a Canadian punk band, hailing from Halifax, NS. They’re far from prolific but from the few tracks that the four-piece have released, they’ve stoked an appetite for a full-length LP which is in the works – personally it can’t come soon enough. James Robertson (Vocals and

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Introducing: Crash Doubt

Founding in 2005, it all started as a college assignment – but since then Lincoln based punk rock promoters Crash Doubt have now brought some of the UK’s top hardcore bands to the city. But how have Matt Hendry and Chris Coleshaw managed to develop this repertoire over

Wednesday 12 March 2014

Introducing: Villains

There’s nothing particularly new about pop-rock – musicians across the globe have been combining catchy melodies with guitar riffs and prominent drum patterns for many years. Yet with the emergence of recent upstarts Blitz Kids, Don Broco, Mallory Knox and their ilk, the genre appears to be grabbing

Wednesday 12 February 2014

Introducing: American Fangs

You may not have heard of American Fangs yet, but they’re here to blow your socks off. Hailing from Houston, Texas, this five-piece rock’n’roll band have raw energy and passion that most bands would kill for. Recently over on our shores as support to Papa Roach, they’re a

Friday 31 January 2014

Introducing: Days Like Today

Days Like Today have just released their debut EP, ‘Vacate’, and it’s bloody brilliant. The five tracks have a great energy, a real bite in the vocals, and an underlying melody that’s just damn infectious. It’s matched by real character in the delivery too as frontman Mackenzie belts out

Wednesday 22 January 2014

Introducing: The One Hundred

“We got sent an interview to do, and the first question said that a lot of our lyrics are politically based. I was like, all our lyrics are about The Walking Dead,” laughs Jacob Field, the frontman of London based genre-defying electro-rockers The One Hundred. “I am the

Wednesday 11 December 2013

Introducing: Beartooth

Some of you may be aware of the name Caleb Shomo. For those of you that aren’t, he is most well known as the former singer of Attack Attack! (as in the American metalcore titans, not the very similarly named Welsh band). Taking over from Austin Carlile (now

Monday 04 November 2013

Introducing: Lay It On The Line

At first glance, London hardcore 4-piece Lay It On The Line’s story is overflowing with morbidity – not due to their history, but rather their choice of subject matter underpinning every release in their relatively short existence. Their debut EP, ‘A Lesson In Personal Finance’, paved the road for

Tuesday 15 October 2013

Introducing: Lonely The Brave

Lonely The Brave have spent the last few months making waves around the music world. Gathering praise for their distinctive live performances supporting the likes of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Zico Chain, it was their haunting performances at Reading and Leeds and the mammoth support for

Wednesday 18 September 2013

Introducing GU1 Punx – promoting music, pizza and good times

GU1 Punx aren’t a band who have decided to utilise a central Guildford postcode in their moniker. Instead, and perhaps more aptly, GU1 Punx are a recently formed live music promotion collective based in Surrey who are utilising said postcode. Forget the difference between a company and a collective