SINGLE REVIEW: There’s nothing to be a-‘Shame’-d about here! Will And The People are back

Brighton trailblazers Will And The People have released what can only be described as a shot of pure brilliance; there’s nothing to be a-shame-d about here! Four-piece Will And The People have made their name through a combination of their raucously engaging live shows and the sheer frantic fun of their music. Over the course Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Brighton rioters DITZ have released a collection of their latest singles on their new 12” via Alcopop! Records. 

“This collection of singles will get you riled up in your bedroom or on the dance floor” Showcasing the modern DITZ; deep, broody bass tones, squealing guitars and dangerous sonic drop off, this collection of singles will get you riled up in your bedroom or on the dance floor. DITZ are heavily influenced by the Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Denai Moore’s new album ‘Modern Dread’ is an open and honest account of self discovery in today’s world

Denai Moore goes on an introspective journey, with her latest album Modern Dread detailing self discovery and relationships. Battling demons and taking on the world are a strong theme on this album, as harmonic vocals are pitted against deep beats throughout. It is a feeling of Moore being at odds with her subconscious as she Continue Reading

Album review: Pottery’s debut LP ’Welcome to Bobby’s Motel’ is a celebration of freedom and calculated chaos.

“[Welcome to Bobby’s Motel] might prove Pottery to be one of the most exciting new bands around. Listening to Pottery feels like a pedestrian being passed by a roaring bus, which has already moved on before they’ve had the chance to jump out of their skin. Released through Partisan Records, WTBM might prove Pottery to Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Husband latest single ‘Sleepyhead’ is darker turn for the versatile London alt-rockers.

Excitement. It’s as rare a commodity as it’s ever been for intrepid writers like myself; heads in the clouds from our vantage points up in the metaphorical crow’s nest with a long-range telescope, hoping that one day something might appear over the musical horizon to surprise us. “Husband [are] capable of knocking out such intelligent, Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Dublin band Milk. venture into liberated grounds with their new EP, ‘1’; a colourful, captivating take on indie/alternative pop

The four-piece charismatic band from Dublin, Ireland, have produced an EP which is evidently free from the confines of genre. All six songs are uniquely colourful, energetic and mesmerising, with compelling beats and vocals all-round. With almost 17K followers on Instagram, the boys are undoubtedly fulfilling the musical needs of a world which is evolving Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Phoebe Bridgers has held up her introspective mirror with grace and brutal honesty once again on new record ‘Punisher’

Whilst 2020 has been the equivalent of a wet weekend for us all, it has at its very least been a time to pause, ponder and reflect. In a period of high anxiety and uncertainness, it has allowed us to appreciate the warmth of human interaction and its potent ability to enrich us all in Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Coach Party’s ‘Party Food’ EP boasts a number of endlessly enjoyable rock-influenced tunes and makes a perfect debut full-length release

A long-awaited release within the South Coast’s local music scene, Coach Party’s first EP under their new name and record label secures the Isle of Wight group as a force to be reckoned with within UK indie music. Formally known as JEPH, Coach Party have continued to grow in popularity, with numerous support slots alongside Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Leeds newcomers RAE make a bold statement with their incredible debut single, ‘Never Meant To Start A Witch Hunt’

Ever since this group announced their name change back in January, we’ve been eagerly anticipating what their new identity would bring. Formally known as Ørmstons, RAE have remodelled and returned to take the UK’s local music scene by storm with a heavier, more mature sound to their music. As the group’s first official outing under Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: LA Priest‘s new album ‘GENE’ is unique and compelling, defined by a drum machine which took two years in the making

LA Priest (otherwise known as Samuel Eastgate) first launched into his music career in 2004, with the formation of the band ‘Late of the Pier’. Although the band broke down in 2010, but LA Priest continued to make music, adapting to become an accomplished solo artist. With over 350,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Priest continues Continue Reading