EP REVIEW: Annie Taylor ‘Not Yours! EP’ A Strong Melodic Grunger From Swedish Girl Punks Whom Aren’t Named Annie!

‘[Annie Taylor are] hitting all the right notes in creating their objective ‘girl grunge meets psychedelic rock with a touch of cheesy darkpop’.’ Annie Taylor are a four-piece band that does not include any band members called Annie or with the surname Taylor, we’re confused but we damn well don’t care because they’re hitting all Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW: Chloe Foy With Support From Cherry; Chloe Mesmerised The Audience Who Will In Future Gloat ‘I saw Chloe Foy at 60 Million Postcards’ 16.4.2019

‘Cherry’s voice shone through with power and her lead players work was sublime leaving us to feel that more is yet to come of this duo.’ Opening tonight’s event was the competent Cherry who played heavy thrashed acoustic guitar with soulful vocal backed by an exceptionally talented lead guitar player who’s hands nimbly crawled around Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Skint & Demoralised; We Find Out What’s Been Going On In The Boro Kitchen At 4am.

Skint & Demoralised may sound vaguely familiar to the Myspace generation youth bouncing round the room to their contagious indie pop in part sounding like a northern soul Arctic Monkeys fronted by Jamie T but it’s 8 years since we all danced to ‘Red Lipstick’ and to be honest we’ve all (this writer included) forgotten Continue Reading

Loyle Carner- ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ is ‘Rhythm And Poetry’ at its best, an album that will be described as ‘a timeless classic’ in the future.

‘Loyle Carner has a new found maturity in this sophomore release where Loyle has solidified his style as poet, storyteller and emotionally open family man.’ Loyle Carner’s work has always been termed as rap due to it being the closest musical genre it fits into but in reality ironically it’s sound closest resembles the incorrect Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Skinny Pelembe; Read What He Had To Say When He Got Off Stage At The BBC 6 Music Festival

Skinny Pelembe has been catching attention with a string of singles and with the next logical step being an album of the same quality we decided to have a chat with Skinny Pelembe right after he got off stage at the BBC 6 Music festival in Liverpool at The Camp & Furnace. Hi, how are Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: The Blinders. Fresh From SXSW And About To Embark On Their Own Headline Tour We Had A Chat With The Blinders.

Since hitting the live circuit a couple of years ago The Blinders haven’t left the attention of the music press and their ever growing fanbase. Finally last year we were rewarded with their debut album which captured their electric live energy on one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the year. Having just got Continue Reading

COUNTDOWN: 14 Of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s Greatest Tracks, 14 Days Before The Release Of Their 14th Album

In exactly 14 days time, the unpredictable and explosive King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard will release Fishing For Fishies, their 14th record to date, since their 2012 debut LP, 12 Bar Bruise. Fourteen records in seven years might sound incomprehensible, but then so does putting out five albums over the course of one single Continue Reading