Blast From The Past: Angles // The Strokes

The Strokes arrived in 1998 filled with fire and brimstone, their brash new york attitude a breath of fresh air in a rock scene which was considered diluted with soft rock and mundane anthems. The boys quickly became one of the most exciting bands of the 21st century, with the debut of seminal debut album, […]Read More

‘Coming 2 America’ Fails To Hit The Original’s Highs :

Thirty years ago Eddie Muprhy’s Prince Akeem graced our screens in 1998’s blockbuster comedy Coming to America. Directed by John Landis, the original film followed Murphy’s Prince Akeem of the fictional kingdom of Zamunda traveling to New York City on a mission to find a bride. The film was a massive success, showcasing a fabulous cast of […]Read More

10 Greater Glasgow Music Talents To Watch In 2021

Glasgow is a fabulous city of over 1.5 million people. It’s known for its unique identity and a culture that has grown over the years. The city is now a hub for the new and exciting and has a huge independent music scene. Glasgow has produced some of the best bands in the UK: Simple […]Read More

Song of the Week: Foolish Parley // The Lathums

In the last year, The Lathums have established themselves as one of the most promising and exciting bands to come from the Greater Manchester area. The Wigan based outfit have been wowing audiences across the nation with their array of classic British indie music since their formation in 2019. ‘Foolish Parley’ first featured on the band’s […]Read More

Interview: The Shed Project

The Shed Project are a five piece alternative rock band from Bolton. Despite only forming at the beginning of this year, they have already released five punchy tracks which could easily have sprung from the ‘Madchester’ scene. Down-to-earth and relatable, The Shed Project are a modern-day DIY rock band – incredibly humble and not afraid to speak their […]Read More

Track Review : Top Drawer Romance // Somebody’s Child

Cian Godfrey (AKA Somebody’s Child) is a singer songwriter from Dublin, Ireland. He is an artist with an interesting origin, and a quirky style which has gained him an army of loyal fans.  Godfrey’s music is a reflection upon his life experiences; he uses his storytelling and musical abilities to craft excellent songs which focus […]Read More

Track Review: Heaven Hold Us // Five Days North

Five Days North are a Manchester based five-piece who have made impressive progress over the last few years, steadily gaining a loyal fan base with their own brand of heart on their sleeve lyricism and fantastic indie pop styling.  Forming in 2015, Five Days North have released an array of singles that have allowed them […]Read More

Track Review : Half Eaten // Oscar Scheller

2020 has seen alternative music scenes burst back into popularity. New talent has brought life back into genres such as Emo and Pop Punk, which have dwindled slowly since the early 2000’s. The generation that grew up around these movements are now the new talent making up the scene, so it’s only appropriate that forgotten genres […]Read More

The Ellen Show: three top producers axed over toxic workplace

After weeks of questions over its future, news has emerged that The Ellen DeGeneres Show has axed three of its top senior producers – executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman, and co-executive producer Jonathan Norman – amid the ongoing controversy. In the aftermath of the #SpeakingOut movement, many notable celebrities began to have their questionable […]Read More

Album Review: A Celebration of Endings // Biffy Clyro

Biffy Clyro’s latest effort ‘A Celebration of Endings’ continues the running theme of the Kilmarnock based outfit providing some of the best music the British scene has seen in a long time. The group’s rough and gritty rocker aesthetic is exactly the shot in the arm that is needed in these more than worrying times, […]Read More