EP Review: Krapka;KOMA – Time’s Not Real

Krapka;KOMA are a multi-instrumentalist, electronic duo based in Lviv, Ukraine made up of the talented Ira Lobanok and Alona Kovalenko. Today I will be reviewing their debut EP ‘Time’s Not Real’ which was released on the 27th September 2020. ‘Sweet Distraction’ opens with synthy percussive notes, building and rising, softer tones mixed in throughout as … Continue reading EP Review: Krapka;KOMA – Time’s Not Real

Single Review: Waxlimbs – Dead in the Water

Waxlimbs are a four piece theatrical alt-rock outfit from Toronto, Canada made up of Will Jarvis on Guitar/Vocals, Lex Metcalfe on Bass/Vocals, Olivia Claire on Keys/Synth/Vocals and Paul Geldart on Drums. Today I will be reviewing their latest track ‘Dead in the Water’ which was released on their 30th October 2020.  ‘Dead in the Water’ … Continue reading Single Review: Waxlimbs – Dead in the Water

Single Review: The Word66 – On the Way to the Promise Land

The Word66 are a Christian rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada and today I will be reviewing their debut single ‘On the Way to the Promise Land’ which was released on the 4th September 2020.  ‘On the Way to the Promise Land’ opens with some tight guitar fuelled rhythm that builds, leading us forward into … Continue reading Single Review: The Word66 – On the Way to the Promise Land

Album Review: Ninja Sex Party – The Prophecy 

Ninja Sex Party are an American based musical comedy duo, inspired by the likes of The Lonely Island and Flight of the Conchords. The duo is comprised of Leigh Daniel Avidan (more commonly known as Dan Avidan) whose stage persona is a hypersexual and often fantastical Jewish man called Danny Sexbang and he is joined … Continue reading Album Review: Ninja Sex Party – The Prophecy 

EP Review: Cadaver Club – Nine Sweet Angels

Cadaver Club are a four piece funeral punk outfit from Ireland made up of Mr. Crowe on Vocals, Dirge on Guitar, Boom Chic Chic on Bass and Draggle on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their latest EP ‘Nine Sweet Angels’ which was released on the 31st October 2020. ‘Nine Sweet Angels’ kicks off the EP … Continue reading EP Review: Cadaver Club – Nine Sweet Angels

EP Review: SkagHoors – The Four Play

SkagHoors are a four piece, Ayrshire based, punk rock & roll outfit and today I will be reviewing their EP ‘The Four Play’ which was released on July 15th 2019.  ‘(No More) U.K. Bombs’ opens with a kid reciting a nursery rhyme before kicking off to an awesome high energy blend of guitar, percussion and … Continue reading EP Review: SkagHoors – The Four Play

EP Review: Come at the King – Crazy Ugly Beautiful

Come at the King are a London based, three piece rock and roll outfit and today I will be reviewing their debut EP ‘Crazy Ugly Beautiful’ which was released on the 16th November 2019.  ‘Crazy Ugly Beautiful’ opens with a truly fantastic guitar opening that builds and warps just enough, as the percussion opens, both … Continue reading EP Review: Come at the King – Crazy Ugly Beautiful

Single Review: Nowhere To Be Found – The Prey

Nowhere To Be Found are a four piece alternative metal group and today I will be reviewing their single ‘The Prey’.  ‘The Prey’ hammers forward, a nice heavy driving beat that just whallops you, and not only do I instantly love the vocals, but they perfectly fit in with the track. Also please comment if … Continue reading Single Review: Nowhere To Be Found – The Prey

Single Review: Josh Mover & The Shakers – Seagull in the Snow

Josh Mover & The Shakers are a Toronto based music group, fronted by the eponymous Josh Mover. Today I will be reviewing their single ‘Seagull in the Snow’.  ‘Seagull in the Snow’ opens with a building feedback distortion that makes me think of some of the funnest gigs of my youth, and also Tony Hawk … Continue reading Single Review: Josh Mover & The Shakers – Seagull in the Snow

Single Review: No Serial Killer – We’re All Going 2 Die

No Serial Killer are as fresh as they come. They are only just making their way into the scene, but yet their debut album is one which is causing a stir for all the right reasons. Within the 30 track album is a song called 'We're All Going 2 Die'. It is a real thumper … Continue reading Single Review: No Serial Killer – We’re All Going 2 Die

Single Review: Vialetters – Ulysses

Vialetters are a band from Hull made up of Connor Flanagan, Jimmy Williams, Ben Smith, Ollie Mudd and Elliott Gibson. Today, I will be reviewing their single ‘Ulysses’ which you can check out below. ‘Ulysses’ kicks off quickly, immediately picking up a nice high energy beat, this slightly tapers off as the vocals kick in, … Continue reading Single Review: Vialetters – Ulysses

Single Review: Springfield – Liquorice

Springfield is a five piece indie/rock group from Whitehaven made up of Rhys Pritchard on Vocals/Guitar, Lewis Pritchard on Guitar, Ben Tucker on Bass and Mitchell Sloan on Drums. Today I will be reviewing their single ‘Liquorice’ which was released on March 6th 2020.  ‘Liquorice’ kicks off fast, a physical blast of intensity hits you, … Continue reading Single Review: Springfield – Liquorice

Single Review: Quiche – Dazed

Quiche are a six piece psychedelic rock group based in Glasgow made up of Juan Laforet on Guitar/keyboard/Vocals, Jack Borrill on Bass/Vocals, Jamie McAuley on Guitar/Backing Vocals, Tommo Miller on Guitar, Nate Bennet on Keyboard/Sax and Ally Stirrat on Drums/Percussion. Today, I will be reviewing their single ‘Dazed’ which is off their EP ‘Cardboard Sunset’. … Continue reading Single Review: Quiche – Dazed

Single Review: LaKyoto – Wannabe

LaKyoto are a four piece alt/pop group based in Edinburgh and today I’ll be reviewing their single ‘Wannabe’, and I just want to say that the band actually sent me this back in September on Twitter and for some reason I just plain missed it but when I was looking back through old messages I … Continue reading Single Review: LaKyoto – Wannabe

Album Review: Metronomy – Metronomy Forever

English electronica band Metronomy just released their sixth studio album, Metronomy Forever offering an eclectic palette of grungy guitar rock, unexpected hits and eerie synth episodes. As a follow up from their 10th anniversary edition Nights Out, Forever is also punctuated by purely-instrumental cuts such as ‘Insecure’ and ‘Forever Is A Long Time’. Fans are … Continue reading Album Review: Metronomy – Metronomy Forever