Despite All Get Out’s stirring emo/indie rock tendencies, frontman Nathan Hussey shares our love for Every Time I Die.
Check out his five favourite ETID tracks.
As they release their impressive debut album, ‘Oh Dearism’, this Friday, we spoke to ITYIWEY’s Joey Ashworth as they picks out 10 essential DIY bands.
With over a 100 songs to their name, you’d think it’d be difficult to know where to start with Birmingham’s Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam. However, they would probably suggest you start off with ‘Blackout Cowboy’. Released today, it sees the quintet display their admiration for US college radio albeit with a
Classified Frequency’s vocalist/guitarist Matthew Berry to picks out five songs that defined the year of 1999.
Spanish Love Songs are heading to the UK later this year. So we asked vocalist and guitarist Dylan Slocum pick out the band’s favourite “van jams”.
Leeds quintet tell us about their top five bands to watch at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival
State Champs pick out some of the finest moments from ‘Living Proof’s co-producer John Feldmann.
Denmark’s Møl release their outstanding debut album, ‘Jord’, this week.
Møl follow a long line of bands to emerge from the Scandinavian region, some of which have shaped their brand of blackened metallic shoegaze. Ahead of the release of ‘Jord’, we asked Møl to compile a playlist of their favourite Scandinavian bands.
When we said that April was a busy month for releases, we weren’t joking. Just look at the list of today’s releases below. From major returns from the likes of The Wonder Years, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and Underoath to homegrown releases from Bleed From Within, Palm Reader, Halo Tora, Coldbones and Luke Rainsford, there is a tonne
Ladies and Gentlemen, be prepared for liftoff. WrestleMania Weekend is here! You’re probably wondering why a music site as great as Already Heard is covering wrestling (again!)? Well, besides our love for hooks, breakdowns and riffs, we’re also fans of chops, slams and flips. Over the coming days, all eyes
Over the past 13 years, New Haven, Connecticut’s Wess Meets West have gradually fine-tuned their brand of post-rock, incorporating electronica elements amongst ambient guitars and textured percussion. Their third studio full-length, ‘A Light Within The Fracture’ is released this week and continues the quartet’s trend of producing ambitious-yet-stunning, instrumental post-rock.
On their debut EP, ‘Amateurs’, Brighton via Newcastle trio Sick Joy blend 90s grunge rock guitars with a modern day slickness. Songs such as ‘Senses’ and the previously Already Heard premiered ‘Smiling Shame’ are carried a raw, melodic undertone. Undoubtedly, the three-piece aren’t afraid to hide their influences with hints
With Bowling for Soup kicking off the ‘Get Happy Tour’ this weekend, to celebrate Already Heard has put together a playlist of songs suitable to have a bloody good smile to, featuring a who’s who of bands from ‘GHT’’s past and present. What better soundtrack could you need to spike