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Single Review: Cling // Brooders

After their ferocious debut single Haze was unleashed, Leeds-based trio Brooders have hit back with a second offering in the form of Cling. Honing in on their neo-grunge sound tinged with psychedelia, Cling is a track that’s a little bit slower, though packs just as much punch as their previous single. Beginning with nasally and […]Read More

Single Review: Luna // Veludo Planes

Southsea quartet Veludo Planes have been bubbling under the indie radar for the past year after relentlessly playing gigs in 2016. Support slots with the likes of Spring King, and the release of their latest single Luna, sees the hype surrounding Veludo Planes reach boiling point. Kicking off with a rattling melody, Luna clings closely […]Read More

Album Review: Hamburg Demonstrations // Peter Doherty

It’s been a long time since Peter Doherty’s youthful and acoustic debut solo album ‘Grace / Wastelands’ was released in 2009, and it’s also been a long road since then. Becoming infamous for various tabloid articles and run-ins with the law, trouble and turmoil have always been synonyms for Peter Doherty. Alas, there’s always been […]Read More

Live Review: Jamie T // O2 Academy Brixton, London –

Having to reschedule a date on a tour usually leaves a sour taste to the evening, though this was not to be the case, with Jamie T ripping the roof off the Brixton Academy on a school night. Opening up with an absolutely frenzic performance was Scottish trio Baby Strange. With a blistering set including […]Read More

Preview: Rock The Refectory 2016

Friday 25th November sees the birth of Rock The Refectory, a fundraiser organised by the University of Leeds. With the aim of raising funds for Cancer Research UK and Yorkshire Air Ambulance, the gig is a win-win providing an evening of entertainment, and a contribution to a worthy cause. Set up by the University of Leeds, the […]Read More

5 Must See Acts At MIRRORS Festival 2016

2016’s MIRRORS Festival adopts some prime venues in Hackney; Moth Club, St John at Hackney, Oslo, Stage 3 (Hackney Empire), Paper Dress Vintage and The Hackney Picturehouse. With the 29th October nearing, it’s time to start planning your schedule for the day – here’s our 5 Must See Acts for this year’s festival. Full line-up […]Read More

Introducing: Blaenavon

Name: Blaenavon Hometown: The tiny villages of Liss, and Liphook Listen to: Hell Is My Head, Let’s Pray, My Bark Is Your Bite Despite the geographically based name, Blaenavon actually hail from 2 small villages in Hampshire. A youthful trio, Ben Gregory (vocals and guitar), Frank Wright (bass), and Harris McMillan (drums) host their own […]Read More

A Peaceful Noise Announce Frank Turner, Maxïmo Park and Others

Gigs have always been a place of solidarity, fun, freedom, and emotion. However, in November last year when the Bataclan Theatre was attacked, the fundamentals of gigs and music were attacked also. The family of Nick Alexander, the British merchandiser who faced an untimely passing, are marking the anniversary of the shocking attacks with A […]Read More

Album Review: Lewis Del Mar // Lewis Del Mar

Being set up as the next ‘biggest band in the world’ by James Corden, Rockaway Beach natives Lewis Del Mar have certainly had a lot to live up to with their titular debut album. Nevertheless, with only really existing for a little over a year, Danny Miller and Max Harwood deliver an LP with exquisite chemistry in […]Read More

Introducing: BROODERS

Name: BROODERS Hometown: Derby, Nottingham & London. Now based in Leeds. Listen to: Haze There’s very few up-and-coming bands I’m genuinely excited about, and psychedelic grunge trio BROODERS fall into this category seamlessly. Having previously released an EP under a different name, BROODERS adopt their newfound moniker and launch it into the world’s grips with debut single Haze – the […]Read More