EP REVIEW: Loose Fit lure us in to temptation with debut self-titled EP

Born out of a mutual love for experimental music, Sydney based group Loose Fit bring an unexpected groove to the classic fury of punk. The result is something altogether catchy and rapturous in sound, even through powerful themes of emotional responses to change, darkness and frustration. The band’s debut had previously been self-released on a 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

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Beans On Toast is back and this time he’s brought with him a whole album of dystopian rock ‘n’ roll

Beans On Toast is not the most talked about artist on the indie scene, but quite frankly he should be, his lyrics are honest, relatable and if you’re a festival goer who hasn’t stumbled across playing in a field, you haven’t spent enough time in our muddy British quagmires. For Beans latest album he took Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Panic Shack seem to be alarmed at ‘Who’s Got My Lighter’ whereas we’re desperate for a stream of the single!

Just because you’re a major league radio DJ doesn’t mean you’re a legend, but in Huw Stephens case he is the second- we love him! Huw is known for promoting the work of Welsh musicians, his work with championing new acts from all over and lastly his more primetime work. And this brings us to Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: South Coast’s post-punk grooving Bird Shoes sat down for a chat about 2020 plans and much more.

Bird Shoes have been kicking around the south coast scene for a couple of years now, but like many it can take time to take to the first bunch of songs to blossom- and in 2019 that’s just what they have done. Having released three singles under Killing Moon Records, playing alongside Wolf Alice at Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: All said and done in 3 minutes of perfection. The C33s are back with a horror-punk banger ‘Resurrection Men’

“Get ready to do you best ‘Waynes World we’re not worthy’ impression, The C33s have [captured their live energy] on this surf, garage punk banger.” Since rock’n’roll was invented the conundrum for bands and studio engineers has been – how do you capture the live energy as well as the musicianship on record? Capturing indescribable Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Guru are back but rather than ‘Don’t Talk’ the 4-piece band give us ‘LTD’ shouts to whip up fury from the frustrated youth.

“Right now, Guru are the voice for Brighton, proving this with their progressive, powerful honesty on yet another faultless release.” Hailing from liberal and progressive Brighton, Guru are surrounded by contemporaries all with a similar message, yet the best will always rise to the surface. Right now, Guru are the voice for Brighton, proving this Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Riff makers John reach lofty heights on their new album; despite being ‘Out Here On The Fringes’ it’s sure to soar!

“Out Here In The Fringes is the perfect record for someone who wants to occasionally go for a good head bang but definitely isn’t a sacrifice-goats-in-a-graveyard type music fan.” Picture the scene: you’re a generic music fan and you’re trying to pick what you fancy listening to; you’re the kind of person that probably was Continue Reading

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

So… who the fuck are Cat Scan? Quite frankly we don’t really know, they don’t have Facebook or Twitter and their press release is pretty damn minimal. However we did manage to track the whole band down and had an email chat with them in the equally off the wall manner as this post-punk band. Continue Reading