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

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

Single Review: Bear Shoe – OUCH! (Wisdom Teeth)

Bear Shoe are a four man Alternative/Punk outfit from Guildford made up of Matt Thienpont on Guitar/Vocals, Ivan Vasilyev on Guitar/Vocals, Elkan Lau on Bass and Ben Waites on Drums. You can check out a review I did of another track by Bear Shoe by clicking here. Today, however I will be reviewing their latest … Continue reading Single Review: Bear Shoe – OUCH! (Wisdom Teeth)

Single Review: Static Satellites – Spin

Static Satellites are a 4-piece indie rock band from Glasgow/West Lothian made up of Ross Whelan on Vocals/Guitar, Ally Taylor on Lead Guitar, Sam Carlyle on Bass and Ciaran Boyle on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their latest single ‘Spin’ which was released May 10th 2019.  ‘Spin’ jumps right in with a quirky formation of … Continue reading Single Review: Static Satellites – Spin

Single Review: Running Red Lights – Calls of Prudence

Running Red Lights are a four piece Indie/pop/folk outfit from Toronto, Canada made up of Scarlett on Vocals/Guitar, Dave Puzak on Guitar/Keys, Jeff Carter on Bass/Vocals and Kevin Howley on Drums/Guitar/Sampler/Vocals. Today I’ll be reviewing their new single ‘Calls of Prudence’. ‘Calls of Prudence’ opens with a soft flowing, ambient tempo that slowly incorporates percussion … Continue reading Single Review: Running Red Lights – Calls of Prudence

Band Interview: Letters from Jett

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We are four unique individuals, we like totally different styles of music and it comes together in our music to create the sound that we have. We are from different backgrounds as well. Luke and Trace are from the Midwest in … Continue reading Band Interview: Letters from Jett

Band Interview: Static Satellites

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? Ciaran - Ross and Sam have known each other since they were in school and Ally and I are sort of cousins. I say sort of because it is an ongoing debate whether we are or not, basically my great aunt … Continue reading Band Interview: Static Satellites

Band Interview: Dead Artist Club

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We are a Pop Grunge duo from Edinburgh and we met through Instagram. What are your names and what position do you have in the band? Lauren - It’s funny, we both have almost the same name. Lauren C Black & … Continue reading Band Interview: Dead Artist Club

Single Review: Tundra – You’re Welcome

Tundra are a three piece alternative grunge rock group from Sudbury, Suffolk made up of Caitilin Pegley on Guitar & Vocals, Elliot Booth on Bass & Vocals and Elliott Rodger-brown on Drums & Vocals. Today I’ll be reviewing their latest single ‘You’re Welcome’.  ‘You’re Welcome’ had a vibrant building intro, that starts with drawn out … Continue reading Single Review: Tundra – You’re Welcome

Single Review: The Reason – Never Let Me Down

The Reason are a four piece band from Airdrie, Glasgow made up of Martin Lynch on Vocals/Guitar, Bruce Murray on Bass/Vocals, Chris McCann on Guitar/Vocals and Matthew Preston on Drums. If you want to find out a little bit more about the band then check out this interview I did with them to go along … Continue reading Single Review: The Reason – Never Let Me Down

Band Interview: The Reason

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We met in school initially and played a battle of the bands competition and kept it going from there. We’ve had a couple of lineup changes since then so we are 3/4 from airdrie and 1/4 Hogganfield. What are your names … Continue reading Band Interview: The Reason

Album Review: Heavy Duty Box Company – Who Let In The Squealing Freak

Heavy Duty Box Company are a 4 piece indie/alternative/punk band from Auchterarder just outside Perth, Scotland made up of David Robinson on Guitars/Vocals, Lewis Beck on Guitars/Vocals, Calum Grant on Bass/Vocals and Steve Simpson on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their album ‘Who Let In The Squealing Freak’ which was originally released in back in … Continue reading Album Review: Heavy Duty Box Company – Who Let In The Squealing Freak