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Articles by: Ross Jones

by 25 Jan 2019

Listen: Crows release new single ‘Chain of Being’ and announce debut album details

Having ploughed their way across the UK and beyond for a few years now with their incendiary live show, Crows have become a hardened force to be reckoned with. Their determination and sheer riotousness live has now paid off, with…

by 24 Jan 2019

Watch: Bristol’s wych elm return with new single and announce headline dates

wych elm conjure narratives to draw the deepest anxieties from your very core, exposing you to garish light and saturating the surrounding space with tales of grotesque and gruesome notions. Yet its how pertinent they sound while doing it that…

by 23 Jan 2019

Watch: Holiday Ghosts release ‘Slipstream’ via PNKSLM

As wildly esoteric as they are melodically affluent, Holiday Ghosts have stalked stages up and down the UK over the last couple years, ringing the bell for a heady balance of straight up rock n roll and knee-jerk new wave…

by 18 Jan 2019

Listen: Black Country, New Road release ‘Athen’s, France’ via Speedy Wunderground

Black Country, New Road are intense, intimate, fragile, caustic, unfathomably witty and ultimately petrifying in their relevancy. ‘Athen’s, France’ is their first single, and is a six minute undiluted statement of impactful intent. Isaac panics, barks and withers under the…

by 11 Jan 2019

Listen: Dublin’s The Murder Capital release debut single ‘Feeling Fades’

Dublin currently stands at the forefront of cities thriving in a hotbed of creativity despite being under the constant strain of gentrification and capitalism’s fists. The Murder Capital are one of the city’s most talked about propositions, and with their…

by 10 Jan 2019

Listen: Fat White Family are back with new single ‘Feet’

Prepare yourselves, for Fat White Family have returned. Yet this isn’t the bile-swilling, blood-spitting band of yesteryear, no no. This is a gyrating, orchestral, polished adaption of the devil you know, and could be even more menacing and destructive than…

by 30 Nov 2018

Review: Bristol’s Scalping launch Council Records at The 100 Club

Little has to be said about the rich history of such an esteemed venue as The 100 Club. The venue has sat in the middle of London unbeknownst to those not in the know for decades now, but is a…

by 05 Nov 2018

Review: Lice play a surprise show at The Old England, Bristol

The Old England is a curious venue at the best of times, if only because it’s quite literally your Dad’s favourite mid-week pub with a bare and tiny box space in the back. Its also consequently the hub of one…