London-based math-/alt-pop quartet The Yacht Club give us a detailed insight into their cathartic debut album.
Atlas : Empire give us a track-by-track breakdown of their debut album – ‘The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet’.
On their new EP, ‘Canvas’, Bristol trio Blank Atlas produce a vibrant mix of hook-y choruses, textured riffs and infectious harmonies. Wrapped around by a distinctive British alt-rock sound, songs such as ‘Sing For Something’, ‘Halfway There’ and ‘Borrowed Time’ thrive with urgency and confidence. Beyond the riffs and three-part
Track Guide: Cheap Heat – Everything I’ve Ever Loved Has Either Died, Broken, Left Me Or Let Me Down
Today Suffolk-based punk hardcore band Cheap Heat release their debut full-length – ‘Everything I’ve Ever Loved Has Either Died, Broken, Left Me Or Let Me Down.’ It arrives off the back of a handful of demo EPs recorded that has since the quartet hone their sound since forming in early
York emo rockers Feed Them To The Forest exclusively stream give us a track-by-track down of their debut EP – ‘Can’t Forget’.
Utah pop-punks Wired For Havoc are calling it a day with ‘Don’t Belong Here’. However, vocalist Andrew Conner was on hand to break the final record down track-by-track.
Just over a year ago, Birmingham-based singer-songwriter Luke Rainsford released ‘I Feel at Home with You’. It saw the young performer bare his soul through a set of confessional songs, tacking several personal issues such as mental health struggles. This week Luke returns with a new EP called ‘I Just
Some bands spend their early years releasing the occasional single there, the odd EP here before making the step up to a full-length album. That’s not the case for British rock newcomers Winchester. The trio have made an ambitious entrance with ‘Life Begins At These Dead Ends’. With comparisons to
Four years ago, Mark Boniface began a solo acoustic project under the moniker of Harker. Fast forward to 2018 and following shows alongside names such as Creeper, Boston Manor, and Off With Their Heads and a few EP’s, Harker are set to release their debut full-length, ‘No Discordance’, next Friday.
This Friday, London-based rockers Greyhaven look to kick off 2018 in a big way with the release of their new EP – ‘Breathe’. Since forming in 2014, the quintet have been honing their brand of towering Brit Rock through a succession of EPs. Their third outing, ‘Breathe’, once again sees
When it comes to heavy music, Australia has a tendency to produce them in an abundance. Parkway Drive, The Amity Affliction, I Killed the Prom Queen and Cursed Earth are just some of the names that quickly come to mind when we think of stellar heavy Aussie bands. It’s a
Liverpudlian trio, SPQR, are set to release their debut EP this week. Titled ‘The House That Doubt Built’, it sees Peter Harrison (guitar/vocals), Bex Denton (drums) and Jack Sanders (bass) fuse a mix of off-kilter art rock with a hint of alt-rock drive popping up throughout. From the opening, multi-layered
With their new EP, ‘Make It Work’ Ontario pop-punks Rival Town look to leave their mark with an energetic collection of catchy hooks and big breakdowns with a heartfelt spine. While songs such as ‘Colder’ and ‘Shot Down’ thrive off bold guitar riffs and soaring choruses, the sextet aren’t afraid
The use of social media can have mixed results. It can bring people together but can also cause conflicts. On their second LP, Charleston, WV quintet A Story Told consider how people act artificially on social media and how personal issues are unwillingly highlighted through it. While ‘Good Looks’ may
Let’s be honest, with political and social strife on both sides of the Atlantic, we’re living through tough times. It has been said that difficult periods can spur on creativity, one that gives a voice to represent the masses. One of those bands to be inspired by our current socio-political
The origins of ANSON begin with frontman Anson Li. Classically trained at a New York school of Music & Art and Performing Art, Li ventured out as a solo artist five years ago, releasing two EP’s that heavily leaned on an accessible, radio-ready pop sound. However, he soon put his
Returning with their second EP, Kent quartet The Young Hearts have had their fair share of personal ups and downs. However, through solace, they’ve crafted an endearing set of songs on ‘Honestly, I’m Just Thinking’. Influenced by the pressures and stresses of modern life, the four-track collection ideally captures a
This week, Birmingham gloom pop-rock quintet Beaumont return with their second EP – ‘Honestly’. Like the bands debut EP (‘Nothing’), ‘Honestly’ sees the five-piece offer a juxtaposition of dour lyrics and soaring, infectious melodies. However beyond the bright hooks, ‘Honestly’ offers plenty of lyrical substance as vocalist Spencer Edmonds explains.
For some, Irish trio Fangclub have been “ones to watch” for the best part of 12 months. Having delivered two impressive EP’s in ‘Bullet Head’ and ‘Coma Happy’ last year, along with playing shows with Pixies, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and Twin Atlantic, the Dublin-based band are set to
With a career stretching back 23 years, reggae-infused punk rock band Authority Zero returned with their sixth album in the form of ‘Broadcasting To The Nations’ earlier this month. The record sees the Arizona quartet throw together elements of ska, SoCal punk, and reggae with impressive results. Songs such as
This past Friday, York-based indie/punk duo, …And The Hangnails released their fourth album, ‘DOG’. Recorded over two days in Manchester, the album sees Martyn Fillingham (vocals/guitars) and Steven Reid (vocals/drums) produce their most energetic and fun sounding songs to date. Songs such as ‘Don’t Waste My Time’, ‘Nothing Wrong’ and
This past Friday, Plymouth quartet Patrons released their impressive debut album – ‘As Above, So Below’. It contains 10 slices of thoughtful post-hardcore with stylistic nods to their primary influences; Biffy Clyro, Brand New, Thrice and Reuben, throughout. Songs such as ‘The Art of Conversation’ and ‘Listen’ swell with emotion,
With their new EP, ‘Centerpiece’, San Angelo, Texas’ Dozer TX face the issue of toxic relationships and mental health issues head on. Dozer TX formed three years ago when vocalist and guitarist Kevin Cale became frustrated with his “real job”. Joined by vocalist/bassist Miles McMillan, guitarist Eli Kypfer and drummer
This past Friday, London quartet Nightlife released their long-awaited debut album – ‘Salt & Acid’. Since forming in 2012, they have delivered a couple of EPs all the while going through the occasional line-up change. Nevertheless, ‘Salt & Acid’ sees the settled band with a refined sound based around catchy
Swindon based pop-punkers As The Sun Sleeps are preparing to release their new EP, ‘As Good As Gold’, next week. Consisting of five energetic slices of pop-punk, the quartet take their cues from the likes of New Found Glory and The Starting Line but with a more British tone. Nevertheless,