10.  Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – End of Suffering Frank Carter’s punk-rock-renegade outfit hopefully isn’t new to any readers. The ex-Gallows front-man has been producing phenomenally well-crafted music for years, and the Rattlesnakes’ third studio album is no different. Full of punk-rock aggression, though tamed slightly, mellowed out by success and the birth of […]

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30.  Pet Deaths – to the top of the hill and roll… to the top of the hill and roll… is no brutal assault. Each track slowly unfurls, often from tentative beginnings, perhaps with softly picked acoustic guitar or a gentle piano motif. Gradually, the duo introduce unassuming drones and vocal harmonies which usher Liam […]

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A couple of years ago Lady Bird were known as ‘Slaves mates’, but now they are well known as one of the greatest live bands on the scene and anyone who doesn’t realise this isn’t giving Lady Bird the credit they deserve. To compliment their visceral live performance Lady Bird have tune after tune of […]

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Bird Shoes have been kicking around the south coast scene for a couple of years now, but like many it can take time to take to the first bunch of songs to blossom- and in 2019 that’s just what they have done. Having released three singles under Killing Moon Records, playing alongside Wolf Alice at […]

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With Lazybones latest single Trash Talk still ringing in our ears we had to find out more from the brains behind the beast. Lazybones were one of those great discoveries that lands in the submissions inbox and you never really know what to expect. With Lazybones think big sassy riffs and bold statements with all their […]

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