Review: Catfish and the Bottlemen – The Balance

Catfish and the Bottlemen

Catfish and the Bottlemen return with new album The Balance and continue that well-oiled mix of pop-rock, big hooks and teenage angst. The 3rd album can sometimes mean big decisions for a band. Should they carry on with the well-versed … Read more

Review: Todd Warner Moore – Love & Change

Todd Warner Moore

Todd Warner Moore returns with new record Love & Change, featuring a perfect combination of sweet Americana amongst a meandering atmosphere. Todd Warner Moore is not one for sitting still. Previous record Spark (which you can read the review for … Read more

EP Review: GEA – Snow


GEA returns in fine form by introducing us to a wintery wonderland of emotion, empathy and forward-thinking in the shape of new EP Snow. Music has always been, and will always be, a way for artists to come to terms … Read more

Review: Sundogs – Legends In Their Own Minds


Legends In Their Own Minds by Sundogs is a welcome sound of a band enjoying themselves and unafraid to go against the grain. Many bands take themselves so seriously these days. Not Sundogs; they’re playing for themselves. New record Legends … Read more

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 … 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 … 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 … 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. … 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 … 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 … Read more