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GIG REVIEW: Drahla, Sleep Eaters, Happy 2000 & Web at Southampton, Heartbreakers 12.5.2019; A Pleasureable Audio Assault From All Four Acts.

It had been a roasting hot May Sunday the day after the legendary The Great Escape Festival in Brighton when Drahla came to Southampton which by all means is not the ideal conditions for a gig but each of the… Continue Reading

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INTERVIEW: Sleaford Mods; ‘We Don’t Fuck About’, The Honest and Relatable Words of Jason Williamson.

Sleaford Mods are riding high after having reached number 9 in the UK albums chart (their highest position yet) with their latest album Eton Alive and have sold out date after date of their 33 shows on their album tour.… Continue Reading

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FESTIVAL COVERAGE: Portsmouth Psych Fest; Psych, Post- Punk & Much More All for Under £20 Featuring YAK, Egyptian Blue, Black Country, New Road and More.

‘Portsmouth Psych proved that wanted to make as bigger impact as possible in a saturated market.’ Independents come and go for many reasons (obvs, money) but often they’re too focused on what they love personally and not always compromising on… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Sleaford Mods With Support Liines; The Perfect Working Class Night Out Because It’s Not All That Stereotypically Working Class. The Old Firestation, Bournemouth, 3.5.2019.

When support act Liines announced on the Facebook event the early curfew and therefore their early stage time there’s a level of reluctance to rush down to the venue but when Liines had a healthy sized crowd who were in… Continue Reading

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ALBUM REVIEW: Drahla ‘Useless Coordinates’ A Chaotic But Pleasurable Debut From The Genre Spanning Trio.

‘[‘Useless Coordinates’] is an album without boundaries, an album that every track spans multiple genres whilst feeling very post-modern’ Drahla caught radio attention with their singles ‘Pyramid Estate’ and ‘Stimulus For Living’ which managed to master difficult the territory of… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Desperate Journalist, She Makes War & Oh, The Guilt at The Exchange, Bristol. 21.03.19. – Just Miraculous.

It is positive in a time of austerity that The Exchange has made a success of a share offer towards the end of last year and is now a community-owned enterprise, putting on a comprehensive programme of up and coming… Continue Reading

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INTERVIEW: Munky. With A New Single Just Released And An EP On The Way We Chatted with Singer Zac.

Having just dropped evocative charity single ‘One In Five’ commentating on the current justice statistics of sexual assault on women and with their new EP release just around the corner we had to have a chat with singer and guitarist… Continue Reading

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SINGLE REVIEW: Munky ‘One In Five’ Out 13.03.2019

‘‘One In Five’ is Munky’s unapologetic depiction of ‘the ludicrous nature of victim blaming in the face of modern day rape culture’.’ After their auspicious return from a brief online hiatus, and barely a month after unleashing the phenomenal, psych-infused… Continue Reading