SINGLE REVIEW: Now is the perfect ‘Time’ to try Plymouth’s The Native

‘The earlier spark… erupting halfway through before gradually fading to nothing’ Plymouth based quintet’s latest single ‘Time’ is an ineffably chilling voyage into how we spend our lives. Opening with gentle, lo-fi crooning over tranquil guitar, the song starts in waves, the vocals lapping against the edge of your awareness; it fades, slowly coming in Continue Reading

READ ALL ABOUT IT: Bellevue Days discuss the highs and lows of their debut album, and the new music on the way!

Bellevue Days, or half of Bellevue Days anyway, in the form of ‘lead’ vocalist and guitarist Alan Smith + vocalist and bassist Joe Blackford, took the time to sit down with us at the Star Inn in Guildford on Valentine’s Day. Treating us to a romantic interview in the smoking area, the two serenaded us Continue Reading

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

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

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

SINGLE REVIEW: Raglans ‘One More Drop’ if this is just a drop, how much is a bottle!

“Pounding drums, addictive guitar, incredible anthemic, catchy choruses, and a very subtle Irish twang to help bring it all together” The beloved Irish lads in Raglans are back, finally, with a brand new song; the first track to be taken off of their upcoming sophomore album “Heavy Medicine”. Following their raucous and ridiculously catchy self-titled Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Paris Youth Foundation, if ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’, your music better come with a bed!

Liverpool based up-and-comers Paris Youth Foundation have kicked off 2020 with a brand new single ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ — an easy-to-listen-to burst of nostalgia-infused indie optimism. ‘The sheer vibrancy of the track lets you disconnect from the world and simply enjoy the three odd minutes created by the five piece.’ Opening with Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: ‘Bang, Bang, Bang’: is, unsurprisingly, a Banger!

A short, sweet and snappy single heralds the Isle Of Wight native’s breaking through into 2020; and, to the surprise of no one, it’s a banger! After a incredible 2019 — involving a BBC Radio One Maida Vale session, playing Shepherd’s Bush Empire supporting The Regrettes and playing Glastonbury — Lauran Hibberd is back to Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Upcoming Rockers Glass Peaks Shatter Expectations With New Single ‘Asbestos’

Relatively unknown rockers Glass Peaks are set to shatter expectations and climb to the snowy peaks of success with new single ‘Asbestos’. Recently signed to Sheffield label These Bloody Thieves, Asbestos marks the third release this year by the three piece and reflects a band who are going from strength to stunning strength. No two Continue Reading