SINGLE REVIEW: Raglans ‘One More Drop’ if this is just a drop, how much is a bottle!

“Pounding drums, addictive guitar, incredible anthemic, catchy choruses, and a very subtle Irish twang to help bring it all together” The beloved Irish lads in Raglans are back, finally, with a brand new song; the first track to be taken off of their upcoming sophomore album “Heavy Medicine”. Following their raucous and ridiculously catchy self-titled Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Hayley Williams delivers perfection stepping away from her comfort zone in her most powerful work.

“[Simmer was] not the song we wanted from Hayley, but it was the song we needed.” Journalists have music that they ‘have’ to listen to and music they ‘HAVE’ to listen to. For this writer we listened to Hayley Williams debut solo single Simmer because of Paramore’s importance in popular culture not because we’ve ever 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

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Abandon Ship! were our unexpected nugget of joy on the recent Larkins tour, we just had to get to know them.

Sometimes the stars align in life which for a music fan is when you find that new band who no one knows of yet and you feel in on the next big industry secret. Larkins kindly invited us to their recent tour of which we stumbled into the venue to hear an unknown first on Continue Reading