GIG REVIEW: Bellevue Days bring the love to Guildford’s Star Inn, supported by Weatherstate and Morale

On Friday the 14th February — better known as Valentine’s Day — a group of lucky gig goers in Guildford were treated to a beautiful set from Bellevue Days, supported by pop-punk performers Weatherstate and punk rock outfit Morale. From that first instance of entering the venue, Morale had a hard task. The three piece Continue Reading

SINGLE PREMIER: YNES says “Up Yours!” to boring bubblegum pop with her riot grrrl pop banger.

With a riot grrrl look and a pop magic sound YNES is back with her best work yet- work that we are grateful to exclusively premier ahead of it’s release. Heading back to YNES’s socials we learn that she’s been writing for many years and a lot this is still on her YouTube channel, but Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: With a goth approach to post-punk Odd Morris bring something new to the Dublin post-punk scene.

Another post-punk band out of Dublin- do we need any more? Well, in the case of Odd Morris, yes we do. Odd Morris are the uber cool first year at secondary school that hung out with the older kids- they emulate many of the traits of their counterparts, but they bring their own approach, the Continue Reading

OUT 28th SINGLE REVIEW: Thumper’s ‘Ad Nauseam’ attacks your skull with its harmonious cataclysmic chaos.

With a name like Thumper and a line up which features 2 drummers we kind of felt we knew what we were in for when the new single dropped in our inbox. An upon Google searching the tracks title we learned that Ad Nauseam is the Latin term for arguing to the point of nausea- this Continue Reading

READ ALL ABOUT IT: Cleopatrick sat down with us ahead of their UK to spill a special secret about the gigs

  After a little mishap with our first interview attempt, brought about by the wonderful Ready The Prince soundcheck that upon checking the voice memo meant that I couldn’t actually hear the answers given by the incredible Ian Fraser and Luke Gruntz, we relocated ourselves in a lovely upper deck bar on Bristol’s Thekla venue. Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: THUMPER teach us the tuneful way to thrash the hell out of two drumkits

Thumper are becoming the 20’s ‘Slipknot’- a band that we heard about distinguishing characteristic before we’d heard anything about their sound. With Slipknot it was nightmare inducing masks, but with THUMPER it was the name coupled with the promise of two drumkits which was our first introduction. We were sceptical of what could have been Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW: Cleopatrick rock the boat at Bristol’s Thekla 8th Feb, supported by Ready The Prince and Sick Joy

Saturday 8th Feb. A surprisingly nice day, all considered. A blue tinted sky, a pale, watery sun, a surprisingly heavy and chilled wind, and a lack of rain for once. Oh, and a sold-out gig with the one and only New Rock Mafia at Bristol’s Thekla. It was time for Cleopatrick, supported by Ready The Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Witterquick ‘Between You and I’ — an addictive voyage into a pop-rock resurrected from the demo pile.

“Witterquick ‘Between You and I’ — an addictive voyage into a pop-rock formed past” Witterquick of Exeter have just dropped their Between You And I from their debut album due out at the end of the month. ombines rock with pop sensibilities, stadium-level anthemic tracks, and a general sense of ‘70s and ‘80s nostalgia, each track Continue Reading