4/5 Aussie newcomers solidify Metalcore’s relevance in a new era of Hardcore music Metalcore has always been a genre that rarely received integral recognition from mainstream and metal audiences alike, with many critiquing the repetition of the “metalcore formula” which
Mac DeMarco was the first headliner in a series of events at The Piece Hall, Halifax, over the weekend. He was supported by Yellow Days, Amyl and The Sniffers and West Yorkshire born, Working Men’s Club. After a miserable week of
The festival season has started in earnest and as the sun gave us that most precious of things - a Glastonbury with a feel good factor - we look back at some of the performances people are still talking about..
5/5 The "Rock And Roll Kerouac" From mistaking Tony Iommi as an intruder to spending new year with Jasper Carrot, Kim Hawes ‘Confessions Of A Female Tour Manager’ lives up to its title. Touring alongside names such as Hawkwind, Motorhead and
7/10 - It’s 2019 and angsty Pop-Punk is still alive. For better and for worse Image Brandon Lung @brandonlung Scottish Pop-Punk act Woes release their debut full length album entitled ‘Awful Truth’ ditching the gritty "I hate my home-town" aesthetic of their
After downing a few pre gig pints in the local ‘spoons' and spending an tenner on grab machines, it was time to watch Australian psych rockers bestow a night of trippy anthems at Blackpool's legendary Winter Gardens. Lead singer Kevin Parker
4/5 Irish indie rockers never fail to deliver Two door cinema clubs latest album ‘False Alarm’ demonstrates the subtle evolution from 2016’s ‘Gameshow’ to a more wonderfully creative, 80’s inspired album but yet still peppered with the Good Ol’ Two