EP Review: The Fullbug – Black Hole Syndrome

The Fullbug are a four piece New School Rock ‘n’ Roll group from the heart of Tel-Aviv, Israel. They are made up of Lavy Josephsohn on Guitars/Vocals, Nadav Dori on Guitars/Vocals, Alon Men on Bass and Assaf ‘Jessi’ Dori on Drums. ‘Blood Bath’ is a powerful tune right off the bat with fast, harsh guitars … Continue reading EP Review: The Fullbug – Black Hole Syndrome

Single Review: Linda Em – Wild Fire

Linda Em is a London based, Irish born singer/songwriter who covers genres including folk, blues and rock and today I’ll be reviewing ‘Wild Fire’ a single from her latest EP ‘London Irish’ which is scheduled to be released September 21st 2018. ‘Wild Fire’ opens slowly, easing out in a wonderful blend of acoustic guitar and … Continue reading Single Review: Linda Em – Wild Fire

EP Review: The Dollymops – Fields of Wheat

The Dollymops are an Oxford based Indie Rock band made up of Sean Stevens on Lead Vocals, Tom Hadfield on Guitar/Backing Vocals, Jacob Appleton on Bass and Simon Calver on Drums. If you want to learn more keep an eye out the the interview I did with the band that’ll be going up on the … Continue reading EP Review: The Dollymops – Fields of Wheat

EP Review: Curtis T Johns – Fears

Curtis T Johns is a British pop artist and singer/songwriter from Leeds whose influences include the likes of Brandon Flowers, Jack Savoretti, Al Jolson, Paloma Faith and Jamie Cullum. Today I’ll be reviewing his EP ‘Fears’. ‘Beyond all Fears’ starts off with a consistent percussive beat, that leads into Curtis’s powerful vocals, backed up by … Continue reading EP Review: Curtis T Johns – Fears

EP Review: James McLaughlin – Reflections

*This review was original posted on 14/08/2018 and was subsequently updated on 13/04/2020 to include additional information. James McLaughlin is a very talented Audio Engineer and Musician from Scotland, he also happens to be my brother in law, but don’t let that make you think I’d be biased, because James McLaughlin happens to be one … Continue reading EP Review: James McLaughlin – Reflections

EP Review: Aboriginals – Infinite Cinema

Aboriginals are a four piece Ayrshire based Alternative Rock band made up of Andrew Hyslop on Lead Guitar, Calum Brown on Rhythm Guitar/Vocals, Craig Jamieson on Bass Guitar and Andrew Pick on Drums. ‘Won't You Be Mine’ starts off with some well paced percussion before melding beautifully with some chords. Next the vocalist joins in … Continue reading EP Review: Aboriginals – Infinite Cinema

EP Review: Groucho Underdog – The Groucho Way

Groucho Underdog are a four piece Alternative punk rock band from Dundee, Edinburgh and Fife made up of Groucho Mark on Guitars/Vox, Groucho Niall on Guitars, Groucho Shaun on Bass and Groucho Bez on Drums. ‘Do You Feel? [Sjaans Song]’ has an awesome little guitar riff to start us off and it builds perfectly till … Continue reading EP Review: Groucho Underdog – The Groucho Way

EP Review: DeadEyes – Self-titled EP

DeadEyes are a four piece rock and roll group from Ayr made up of Deej on Lead Guitar, Scott on Rhythm Guitar, Scott on Bass/Lead Vocals and Raz on Drums. And today I’ll be reviewing their self-titled EP which was released in February 2018. ‘Droon the C**t’ opens with a nice bit of feedback that … Continue reading EP Review: DeadEyes – Self-titled EP

EP Review: Sapienn – Hours of Despair

Sapienn is a solo acoustic project from Glasgow based singer-songwriter Scott Simpson, he began performing as Sapienn Midway through 2016 and by October had released his debut EP 'Hours of Despair' which I will be reviewing today. Sapienn has only been performing a relatively short amount of time but he is a true force of … Continue reading EP Review: Sapienn – Hours of Despair

EP Review: Void Pleasantries – I Will Name It

Void Pleasantries are an Alternative Rock and Roll band from Bellshill, North Lanarkshire made up of John McKellar and Ryan Gaffney. Today I’ll be reviewing their EP ‘I Will Name It’ which was released on January 18th 2018. ‘I Will Name It’ opens with a nice drum intro that carries straight into a tight guitar … Continue reading EP Review: Void Pleasantries – I Will Name It

EP Review: Playing With Punkarella – Vessels

Playing With Punkarella are an alternative rock group from the east coast of Scotland, they are a two piece outfit made up of Lee Blades on Guitar and Kim Thomson on Vocals. I’ll have more from the band in a day or two when I do my interview with them, which you’ll be able to … Continue reading EP Review: Playing With Punkarella – Vessels

EP Review: The Raft – Orion

Orion is an EP by Liverpudlian music man, Phil Wilson and Its a real shame this is the first time I’m hearing his stuff but after this it won’t be the last. Anyway enough of that, you can read what I thought of the tracks below. ‘Blue And Blue’ hits you instantly, but its soothing … Continue reading EP Review: The Raft – Orion

EP Review: Greenfinch – Upcoming EP Teaser

Greenfinch are a five piece Glasgow based band made up of Seoras Campbell on Acoustic guitar and vocals, Stuart Nelson on Acoustic guitar and vocals, Dol Campbell on Electric guitar, Justin Caselton on Bass Guitar and Johnny Sormonth-Darling on Drums. Although for smaller gigs the line-up is just Seoras and Stuart. Anyway Greenfinch have an … Continue reading EP Review: Greenfinch – Upcoming EP Teaser

EP Review: The Apparents – The Face May Change

The Apparents are a punk band from Scotland, most of them are from Ayrshire, they are made up of Sterver on Vocals, Geordie on Guitars and Backing Vocals, Monty on Guitars and Backing Vocals, Goose on Bass and James on Drums. This review is for their debut EP ‘The Face May Change’ and I also … Continue reading EP Review: The Apparents – The Face May Change

EP Review: Dead Coyotes – Dog’s Gold

So before I get started I’ll fill you in on the band, Dead Coyotes are a three piece band from Glasgow made up on Rory Boyle on the Guitar and lead Vocals, Dominick Gallagher on bass and Backing Vocals and Stephen Buggy on Drums and Backing Vocals. They are rock and roll group, influenced by … Continue reading EP Review: Dead Coyotes – Dog’s Gold