SINGLE REVIEW: Bobbi’s Second World by The Orielles.

Instantly the wet high bass notes on ‘Bobbi’s Second World’ confirm within one bar that this is The Orielles. Is this a blessing or a curse? With probably the equivalent collective years musicianship of the whole band as the age of any one member this is definitely a blessing in the case of these teen Continue Reading

SPLIT SINGLE REVIEW: IDLES/Heavy Lungs Danny Nedelko/Blood Brother Split Single- Released 30th of November.

IDLES/Heavy Lungs Danny Nedelko/Blood Brother Split Single- Released 30th of November   Often split singles are the product of 2 financially strapped bands who want to share the costs but in this case both bands have had their own releases previously. This is a piece of artwork: visually, creatively and musically a snapshot in time Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW: How Heavy Lungs Became Future Psych-Punk Giants And IDLES Cemented This As The Tour To Say ‘I was there!’ As Told From UK Final Tour Date Oxford, 29th of October 2018.

How Heavy Lungs Became Future Psych-Punk Giants and IDLES Cemented this as the Tour to Say ‘I was there!’ As told from UK final tour date Oxford, 29th of October 2018.   Being the last gig of the tour some bands would be resting ready for their continental Europe take over but Heavy Lungs and Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: “Joy As An Act Of Resistance” by IDLES: The Most Important Album of Our Generation!

The Most Important Album of Our Generation! As someone who listens to 100s of albums each year it is with shock but pride to say I cannot think of an album more important than this one released in my lifetime. There are definitely album’s I’ve loved and will listen to forever with joy, Arctic Monkeys Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW – 25.10.2018- Novatines & Mundane Days.

What a night, considering it was cold, dingy and autumnal stepping into 60 almost all tables were filled with bustling chat and energetic vibes. When newcomers Mundane Days stepped on stage the tables were vacated making it clear that the room had come to see them. Mundane Days play angsty slacker rock with the unusual Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW- Her’s & Pizzagirl At The Anvil, Bournemouth, 11.05.18.

Stepping into Anvil in Lansdowne, the holy grail of Bournemouth metal for bromance, intimacy and modern 80’s stylised songs seemed to make no sense but that’s exactly where We Broke Free were on Friday and what a great night it was. ‘Will -You ever take the place of The Libertines as the kings of DIY Continue Reading