ALBUM REVIEW: Jungle Brown prove the art of the album is not dead in British Hip-Hop with flawless return on ‘Full Circle’.

With a three-single campaign of Keep It Movin’, Ikoja and culminating with We On —featuring the legendary Sampa The Great — we knew Jungle Brown’s sophomore effort would be one of the highlights of the year. Quite frankly, as soon as we heard the relaxed Jurassic 5 vibes of debut single and album opener Keep Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Amber Run are back with Philophobia, their most cohesive album to date; an album about love, in all its romantic, destructive, uplifting and depressing glory.

‘From the outset, the album doesn’t hold back and has some of the band’s best work to date.’ Amber Run are a band most known for their haunting and goosebump-providing acoustic tracks, such as the phenomenal 5am or the heart-wrenching I Found, their third album Philophobia really embraces the heavier, darker themes of For A Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Munky – Megaton. Dublin’s funk-punks make a compellingly dark return.

While it has undoubtedly been a vintage year for the Dublin music scene, Munky have been content to shun the crowd and plough their own distinct psych-funk-disco-punk furrow. Springtime saw the release of the band’s debut e.p. Un, Deux, Trois, Cat which, frankly, hasn’t been off our playlists ever since. Munky’s return is predictably perverse, Continue Reading

LETS GET PUNNY: FEET Answer Questions With Us Based On Puns of Their Song Titles.

Next Friday FEET release one of the weirdest titled album’s of the year What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham. After catching lots of attention with 4 singles ahead of the release culminating with recent single Petty Theiving we decided to get weird with FEET’s drummer Ben Firth. ‘Lets Get Punny’ is our game where we Continue Reading

ALBUM LAUNCH: Life Proved That The Odd Kebab Can Be Part Of ‘A Picture Of Good Health’

“Life [prove they are] the punk band for the Brexit indie generation.” A couple of weeks ago a lucky few industry insiders got a ransom style invite to an album launch but this was not to be the ‘normal’ album launch, this was free booze and free booze invite to Camden’s Marathon Kebabs. The invite Continue Reading

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