As December Falls at Bodega, Nottingham review

Last month, Nottingham alt-rockers As December Falls released their new EP, When You Figure Out You’re Wrong, Get Back To Me. Several days the band headed out on tour with Elements and They Say Fall, stopping off at Nottingham’s Bodega on Friday night. Intros are a way to make or break...

Bare Knuckle Parade – Diamond Eyes review

There’s a lot of pop-rock out there, and everyone wants their slant on it to sound a little different. They might be from Bath, but it seems that Bare Knuckle Parade have decided to go about it by making themselves sound a bit Australian. An unconventional move but one that...

Sunset Sons – Somewhere Maybe review

Four surfers formed a band to help pay their bills. Just two years later, they’ve been on tour with Imagine Dragons, sold out a headline show at London’s Scala, and are on the verge of releasing their debut album, recorded with Jacquire King (Kings of Leon) and James Lewis (Arctic...

We Came From Wolves – Ruiner review

If you play word association with the genre of “Scottish rock”, Biffy Clyro and Twin Atlantic are bound to leap out of people’s mouth first. Recently there’s been a breakthrough wave of acts following in their wake – think The Xcerts or Fatherson – and We Came From Wolves are...

The Calls – Garageland review

Think of early music from the Arctic Monkeys. Give it an adrenaline shot of attitude, self awareness, and a punch courtesy of The Streets. Chuck in a bunch of bass-y riffs. You’re hitting near the mark for the forthcoming release from Leeds four piece The Calls, their four track EP, Garageland, being...
Pack Mentality

Pack Mentality

Pack Mentality's Daniel Kevan talks us through the band's debut EP...
Macmillan Fest

Macmillan Fest

All the information you'd need about this year's Macmillan Festival...
Swoons

Swoons

Read all you could want to know about our featured artist Swoons, and watch their new video here...