GIG REVIEW: Whether playing ‘Popular Music’ or giving us a ‘Picture Of Good Health’ LIFE prove they are exactly what we need right now. Supports Night Flowers & Bird Shoes- Bournemouth

After a big year and an even bigger album LIFE set out on an extensive set of tour dates to cement themselves as one of the UK’s premier live acts. To compliment the Bournemouth date LIFE were placed aside tour support Night Flowers and local legends Bird Shoes. With over 5 years history as the Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW: Amber Run with support from Stereo Honey — A match made in heaven in Exeter’s Lemongrove. 16.10.2019.

“The entire [Stereo Honey] set was hauntingly atmospheric” Opening the night Stereo Honey, who were well received judging by the pockets of the crowd singing along to every beautifully crooned word flying gracefully, almost transcendentally from lead singer Pete Restrick’s throat. It would be amiss to assume that there was anyone left by the end Continue Reading

LIVE REVIEW: Foals, with support from Yak. “I have two words for you: Foals Forever”.

  Tonight’s support Yak specialise in excess. Their latest album Pursuit of Momentary Happiness is a study in kissing the edges, not just in its execution but in how it sparked to life from the perilous existence of frontman Oli Burslem during its conception. Ending up penniless, living out of the back of a Citroen estate Continue Reading

FESTIVAL COVERAGE: BBC 6 Music Festival 2019 In Liverpool; ‘By Night’ Highlights

‘Every performance we saw throughout the weekend was either great or mid blowing; we’ve never been to a festival with performances of such a high quality!’ Last weekend Underscore Part 3 attended the BBC 6 Music Festival which headed to Liverpool for the first time and we followed close to see what the fuss is Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Penelope Isles; As a Recent Signing To The Legendary Bella Union We Decided We Had To Chat to Jack Wolter From The Band.

Fresh from signing with record label Bella Union and dropping 2 live sessions Chlorine and Gnarbone we had to chat to Penelope Isles to hear all about their exciting plans, here’s what Jack Wolter had to say to us. Hi, how are you? Congratulations on signing to Bella Union recently, as a young band it Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW: Psychedelic Porn Crumpets stake their claim on the UK and with the experience they bring they will not be going away! With support from The Mysterines at The Green Door Store, Brighton 26.02.2019.

With two faultless albums, live shows that come with unanimous approval and adding new BBC faves The Mysterines in support, it is with little surprise that Psychedelic Porn Crumpets’ first gig in The People’s Republic of Brighton is sold out; The Porn Crumpets are a band made for this city. Earlier in the day The Continue Reading

THE BIG INTERVIEW: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes spoke to Underscore Part 3 about keeping mentally healthy, being a role model for their fans and for Frank’s daughter, being emotionally vulnerable, the powerful album and much more! This was an interview where our team came away with massive respect for a group of positive role models. We can’t wait for the Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Piroshka; Brickbat: Don’t Be Fooled By The Term Supergroup For This Band It Is In Concept Only.

The mere announcement of the existence of Piroshka was enough to prick the interest of critics and fans alike. Employing the combined efforts of Miki Berenyi (Lush), KJ McKillop (Moose), Mick Conroy (Modern English) and Justin Welch (Elastica), there was an instant and irresistible draw to discover what such a post-punk melting pot would have Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Desperate Journalist; We Chatted To Lead Singer Jo Ahead Of Their New Album Release.

It’s almost two years since London-based indie-goths Desperate Journalist released their critically-acclaimed sophomore outing Grow Up. On the eve of the release of their much-anticipated third album In Search of the Miraculous, Underscore Part 3 caught up with the band’s singer and lyricist Jo Bevan to discuss art, hope, juggling life’s competing demands and the Continue Reading