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 […]

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It’s a long way from West Cumbria to Maida Vale Studios, both literally and figuratively, but indie-pop four-piece FLYNT seem to have made the journey in no time flat. Within just a couple of years together, the band have scored themselves a slot on the line-up for Radio 1’s virtual Big Weekend 2020 as well […]

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Milo Gore has already made a strong impression in 2020, and we still have half the year to go. Firstly, the singer-songwriter called for revolution with the punk-edged track ‘Jerry Can’. Then came ‘Green Eyes’, the head-thrashing belter of late-night liaisons, miscommunication and gut-wrenching heartache. Now, he has made it a hat-trick. New single ‘Eyeliner’, […]

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Silverbacks are attempting to bring their own brand of art-punk/rock out of a lively Dublin music scene. Muted Gold is another promising step in a bread-crumb trail of singles created by the band supported by a selection of festival and headline performances to cause a stir. All this has been in aid of Fad, an […]

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“[Worn & Torn is] a riff Ritchie Blackmore wishes he wrote.” Dorset local legends Clams, recently reborn, and re-energised with a couple of new members, cement their return to action with a second single from their forthcoming EP The Road To Stone Lane. Following on from the swaggering Creedence-esque boogie of Come Back home, Worn And […]

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On Friday the 14th February — better known as Valentine’s Day — a group of lucky gig goers in Guildford were treated to a beautiful set from Bellevue Days, supported by pop-punk performers Weatherstate and punk rock outfit Morale. From that first instance of entering the venue, Morale had a hard task. The three piece […]

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With a name like Thumper and a line up which features 2 drummers we kind of felt we knew what we were in for when the new single dropped in our inbox. An upon Google searching the tracks title we learned that Ad Nauseam is the Latin term for arguing to the point of nausea- this […]

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Thumper are becoming the 20’s ‘Slipknot’- a band that we heard about distinguishing characteristic before we’d heard anything about their sound. With Slipknot it was nightmare inducing masks, but with THUMPER it was the name coupled with the promise of two drumkits which was our first introduction. We were sceptical of what could have been […]

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