‘Every performance we saw throughout the weekend was either great or mid blowing; we’ve never been to a festival with performances of such a high quality!’ Last weekend Underscore Part 3 attended the BBC 6 Music Festival which headed to Liverpool for the first time and we followed close to see what the fuss is Continue Reading
Orchards spoke to us just before their current tour to to tell us about this years plans, the current single, heading to America and much more. New 7 inch out now.
For the second time in 6 months Psychedelic Porn Crumpets came to the UK for a sold out set of live dates in late March; with their gigs becoming highly anticipated on everyone’s psych gig calendars we were lucky to not only head down to see what it’s all about but Jack shared a chat Continue Reading
From the moment we first played the Good Cop, Bad Cop solo album of Joe Carnall Jnr. to now there hasn’t been a week when we haven’t played it tons so we had to find our more. Underscore Part 3’s editor James Wadsworth grew up in the 2000s indie scene so was well versed in Continue Reading
The emerging Dublin scene continues to show no sign of let-up; the latest protagonists being dance-punk outfit Munky who have followed up on early trailers You’ve Got Male and One in Five with an extended-play release, the cheekily titled Un, Deux, Trois, Cat. Resplendent in psych-feline artwork, the outing consolidates Munky’s early promise and post-millennial Continue Reading
Lifelike is the sophomore release from Chicago’s FACS, a trio featuring ex-Disappears members Brian Case (guitar/vocal) and Noah Ledger (drums), with Alianna Kalaba (bass) replacing Jonathan van Herik who played on 2018 debut Negative Houses. “[Lifelike] is a glowering morass of a record, seething with foreboding and very, very dark.” Let’s nail down a few Continue Reading
‘One of the best albums of 2019 so far… is not getting the hype it deserves…; you need this album in your life.’ Initial rumblings of Joe’s work outside Milburn were coming to light in late 2016 when he chatted with Underscore Part 3 at Portsmouth’s Wedgewood Rooms on Milburn’s first tour in 7 years Continue Reading
It is positive in a time of austerity that The Exchange has made a success of a share offer towards the end of last year and is now a community-owned enterprise, putting on a comprehensive programme of up and coming bands from the Bristol area and beyond, such as tonight’s headliners Desperate Journalist. ‘[Oh, The Continue Reading