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

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Grunge blues giants Clams return after a decade on hiatus

If you were growing up in Dorset in the 2000’s and liked rock music chances are you loved Clams. The idea of a successful band coming out of the weird towns of the backwards county was all to much to bare! Clams looked like demonic versions of pop band Hanson both bands with mass of 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

SINGLE REVIEW: Oh Brother we’re in for a ride with the Oxford four-pieces new single ‘Hopeless Romantic’

“If Queens Of The Stone Age were the metaphorical Satan, Oh Brother are the metaphorical Charles Manson- the prodigy learning and shaping his behemoth sized demonic talent.” To open Oh Brother’s new single Hopeless Romantic the four-piece begin with a chugged low tone muted guitar riff and brooding vocal line to match. We’re engaged but Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Hanya are becoming one of this years most important cult success stories so we had to chat to them ahead of their new EP.

Hanya are easily becoming the first cult success story born out of sleepy coastal town Poole, and for us we couldn’t be happier to say those words. The now four piece band have taken the ‘traditional’ route to success- from bedroom solo project- to 2 piece emotional outlet- to DIY hard graft- to tiny indie Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Hayley Williams delivers perfection stepping away from her comfort zone in her most powerful work.

“[Simmer was] not the song we wanted from Hayley, but it was the song we needed.” Journalists have music that they ‘have’ to listen to and music they ‘HAVE’ to listen to. For this writer we listened to Hayley Williams debut solo single Simmer because of Paramore’s importance in popular culture not because we’ve ever Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Beans On Toast is back and this time he’s brought with him a whole album of dystopian rock ‘n’ roll

Beans On Toast is not the most talked about artist on the indie scene, but quite frankly he should be, his lyrics are honest, relatable and if you’re a festival goer who hasn’t stumbled across playing in a field, you haven’t spent enough time in our muddy British quagmires. For Beans latest album he took Continue Reading