Review: Voyce Memos – Catching Me In Stride

Voyce Memos

Voyce Memos release new record Catching Me In Stride, calling on decades gone by for inspiration and filling in the gaps with synth-laden sounds. Looking inside yourself for inspiration is difficult for some bands. That’s why you get a lot of ‘empty’ music devoid of emotion and instead focussing on the ego or lyrics that … Read more

Bandcamp To Launch New Vinyl Pressing Service


Music sharing website Bandcamp is to open a new vinyl pressing service, allowing its members to easily release their music on the format. With sales of vinyl records on Bandcamp now believed to have grown by 600% over the last 5 years, the music service has decided to offer a vinyl printing option that artists … Read more

EP Review: Badari – Dream Journal


Hip-hop artist Badari returns after a long hiatus with new EP Dream, working through his problems using lyrics and melody as his remedies. Badari has come a long way since his beginnings in the music industry. Starting at the age of 18 in 2011, he released his From Start To Finish mixtape to critical acclaim. … Read more

Ash To Release New 7″ Singles Box Set

Ash Band

For any Ash fans out there, this vinyl collection could be a great start to the summer. Being released on 31st May 2019, the exclusive Double A-Side 7″ singles features 20 of the band’s best-known tracks spread over 10 discs. The Box set is compiled by Tim, Rick and Mark themselves, with John Davis having … Read more

Review: Annamay – F*ck You


Debut record F*ck You from Annamay is not as confronting as the title suggests, but still manages to throw out some melodic and message-laden tunes. Annamay has always been one to wear her heart on her sleeve. New record F*ck You is a testament to this, flitting from lyrics based around life’s challenges and experiences … Read more

Review: Ivan Beecroft: Liars, Freaks & Fools

Ivan Beecroft

Ivan Beecroft takes us on a nostalgic and defiant tour of punk and prog rock with new album Liars, Freaks & Fools. Not being one for the mainstream, Ivan Beecroft is perfectly at home with his punk roots and DIY attitude. New album Liars, Freaks & Fools is a testament to this, featuring a defiant … Read more

Single Review: The Other Life – Moody


New single Moody from The Other Life manages to dance between decades, and includes two remixes that broaden the appeal. Swedish Electronic Pop Dance outfit The Other Life have steadily been making headway in the music scene, and new single Moody is a testament to this. The pre-released remixes – having had airplay on some … Read more

EP Review: Versal – Self-Titled


Debut self-titled EP from Versal features beautifully put together tracks that allows the music to work its way into your consciousness and stay. Versal is the musical alias of Houston-based musician and producer Javier Velez. His self-titled debut sees him putting his studies of harmony, composition and orchestration into practice, and with it he’s really … Read more