IN FOR QUESTIONING: The Wha May Have New Single Innocents But Pull No Punches With The “Bollocks… Post Punk Thing.”

Not many bands have us grasping to find a contact for them after 1 single but The Wha did exactly that. Here’s your chance to find your new favourite band say you were there when it all started… Hi, how are you? You’ve just dropped your first single Innocents; how are the band feeling? I’m great Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: New York Newcomers The Wants Immerse Us In Their World As They Embark On Their First UK Tour.

With only 2 singles to date we’re yet to fully understand what The Wants are or will become but having shaped their sound over many years it’s clear from what we’ve heard so far that we had to get them straight in for interview. We were lucky enough to get some fascinating insights from all Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Petrol Girls Give Us the Fresh News Ahead of Their UK Tour.

Petrol Girls are on album two with new release Cut & Stitch but this time around the band are gaining the attention they really deserve recieved accolades such as being awarded Rough Trade Records Album Of The Month earlier this year. Many bands are extremely important because their words speak to us as humans but Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Vinyl Staircase Take The Smooth Approach With New Single ‘Sidewalk’, Upcoming EP and Tour!

Having chatted with the Vinyl Staircase guys at the start of the 2019 it seems they’ve had a busy year having dropped a new single, started planning a tour and have another single and EP on the way! With a slick approach to their infection on our ears we were grateful to have a banterful Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: New Zealand Punks Miss June Won’t Be Having a ‘Bad Luck Party’ When Their Party Punk Debut Drops This Friday.

So, what do we know about Miss June…? They toured Oceania with IDLES which means they’ll have UK fans regardless of their sound, but in honesty they truly deserved that slot and the fans; they’re sarcastic and humorous using @ihatemissjune as their account name on Twitter and Instagram and they signed off our recent interview Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Ezra Furman’s Latest Release Twelve Nudes Is The Glam Punk Album A Divided Society Needs Right Now.

“Twelve Nudes continues with Ezra’s career of bold work and damn right this is his punk record; we love it.” When Ezra Furman announced Twelve Nudes and described it as “our punk record” we didn’t know what we were to expect but Ezra has never been an artist to shy away from bold work so Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Pet Deaths Take Us ‘To The Top Of The Hill And Roll’ With Their Conceptual Widescreen London Based Folk.

Last month saw us re-introduced to the London-based duo Pet Deaths, whose exquisite single Wind Up Bird gave a taster of this, their debut album. As the story goes, collaborators Liam Karima and Graeme Martin united over a shared love of musical and literary influences while both coming to terms with a need for big-city Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: We’re Going To Have To Waiting More Than ’17 Days’ For the Full Album But This Opening Single Of Annie Taylor’s Leaves Us Wanting More.

“[With 17 Days being Annie Taylor’s] opening statement for [their upcoming] album we’re sure the full-lengther is going to be one to look forward to.” Earlier this year Swedish grungers caught our attention with their EP Not Yours so the news of new single 17 Days was met with excitement in the office. We commented Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Boy Scouts’ Release A Warm, Comforting Breeze Of Indie Folk On New Album ‘Free Company’

“Free Company is a record that floats with breezy indie charm…; collection of feelgood indie folk songs yet.” Boy Scouts’ singer songwriter Taylor Vick and pal Stephen Steinbrink took the supremely bold and daring step to set up a recording studio inside a rented shipping container. No windows, little space and not much by way Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Mouse – ‘Grow’. Dark, defiant pop which delivers on its promise.

It’s taken perhaps longer than expected for Bristol-based Mouse to make her return, following her well-received debut single 3 Weeks in 2018 and follow-up Escape back around the turn of the year. The Scottish singer-producer has spoken honestly about her struggles to address and overcome physical and mental health problems, having battled Non-Epileptic Attack Disorder Continue Reading