IN FOR QUESTIONING: We definitely aren’t going to ‘Trash Talk’ about Lazybones with their recent banging single.

With Lazybones latest single Trash Talk still ringing in our ears we had to find out more from the brains behind the beast. Lazybones were one of those great discoveries that lands in the submissions inbox and you never really know what to expect. With Lazybones think big sassy riffs and bold statements with all their Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: With an new EP just announced we catch Wave Chase in the calm before the storm.

Some bands thrash around in their teens make a few crackers that their mates love but no one else hears, some head to uni to study something to give them a soul sucking career and stability and the final option for the burgeoning musician is to fuck up your potential security to make one last Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Abandon Ship! – Say the Word. Basingstoke fourpiece lay down a pristine first instalment on their forthcoming E.P.

A timely return from Abandon Ship! who are back to warm the winter nights with Say the Word, the opening gambit in an E.P. release which is due to gradually unfurl over the next few months. The E.P is a glittering self-production, sprinkled with some extra mastering magic by The 1975 collaborator Robin Schmidt. If Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Bellevue Days, “It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever” — judging by this stunner of an album, we’re inclined to believe you!

Croydon 4-piece Bellevue Days boast an impressively stacked support résumé of As It Is, mewithoutYou, Twin Atlantic and Mallory Knox among others (as well as press support from Kerrang! and Rock Sound) producing what we could broadly term as hard hitting, menacingly brilliant pop punk. They fuse punk-infused screams with abrasive yet powerful harmonies, over Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Nia Wyn – 10 Seconds. Confident flavours point to an emerging unique talent.

  Nia Wyn has been busy over the last year, rewarded with praise in all the right places, from just the right tastemakers; while well-chosen support slots with the likes of Paloma Faith have raised the Welsh singer’s profile into a definitive “one-to-watch”. Topping this all off 2020 will see Nia alongside Paul Weller for Continue Reading

SHOW ME THE PUNNY #8: False Advertising answer questions with us based on puns of their song titles.

Having recently dropped their debut album Brainfreeze it’s likely that False Advertising have faced a barrage of interviews about the recent album. At the prospect of not just having one member of False Advertising available to answers questions with us, but all three members of the band we decided to take a different approach. Well, that Continue Reading