ASYLUMS unveil music video for their latest single Necessary Appliances. The pop-punk boys from Southend-on-Sea once again prove why they really are ‘ones to watch’ with their new single, Necessary Appliances. The upbeat tune serves up repetitive and energetic hooks, spiked with 90’s vibes that will
Life is a rollercoaster right now – BEACH BABY end their headline tour with a statement. Beach Baby are many things. A summery mix of catchy and vigorous guitars, dynamic drums and immense bass lines, with a firm charisma and idiosyncratic vocals easily embracing the notes.
DROWNERS share new single Pick Up The Pace. Pick Up The Pace is the second track to be taken from their long awaited new album ON DESIRE. Being dropped after compelling Cruel Ways the song sees Wales/NYC four-piece back in their full glory. Sweeping guitar riffs, measured
Press to MECO share animated music video for new single Autopsy. Autopsy is the third single to be taken from the band’s debut album Good Intent. The track, mixed and produced by Neil Kennedy at The Ranch, Southampton, is a softer offering which follows forceful Means to an End
ADAM FRENCH performs at Communion Music New Faces show. Communion Music tend to put some amazing artists together from time to time, just to send them on a tour across the country. The Beach, Adam French, Rukhsana Merrise and Matt Woods landed on April’s New Faces
We can’t wait for people to hear it – GET INUIT reflect on their new material. I caught up with 2/4 of the band Get Inuit after their show at The Dome Tufnell Park in London to talk about touring with VANT, their time in the studio and
FICKLE FRIENDS lighten up London. Bright up and coming talent seems to have become an ever-present trademark of Fickle Friends’ live show and all that surrounds it. I’m sure the leading row of eager-faced teens would agree that the headlining band wasn’t the only act
COUNTERFEIT make a stop at Electric Ballroom in Camden, London while on their headline tour. Counterfeit are meant to be on at 9:30pm. Monarks and Bellevue Days do a great job with warming up the crowd but it is really hard not to notice restless
VANT bring their mighty set to The Dome Tufnell Park in London. One of those bands that truly makes a difference. One of those that truly makes you feel good about living on planet Earth. VANT embarked on UK music scene in the late 2014 and since
I catch HEATH to talk about life on tour, their forthcoming EP and their love for Rae Morris on the London night of their tour with Mike Dignam. After a marvellous gig and some hasty packing of equipment I finally get all the HEATH boys together.