by 16 May 2019

Review: The Great Escape 2019

There’s not many festivals that offer such a high intensity schedule and unique opportunities to see your favourite acts quite like The Great Escape. Kudos to the people that run it, between all the conference running and industry hand shaking…

by 11 Sep 2018

Review: End of the Road Festival

I have never been more enamoured with a festival like I have with End Of The Road. The first reason is because, normally, I fucking hate silent discos. End Of The Road’s silent disco is the silent disco in which…

by 29 Aug 2018

Review: Slaves – Acts of Fear and Love

On the release of their debut album- ‘Are You Satisfied?’ – Slaves were confronted with a strange degree of attention for a punk duo from Kent. It mainly concerned their explosive live shows and shrewd ability to cover some of…

by 29 Aug 2018

Review: IDLES – Joy as an Act of Resistance

‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’ is the elevating second album from Bristol punks IDLES, following on from the immense success of their debut record ‘BRUTALISM’ last year. The record starts with the ominous building of single ‘Colossus’, which isn’t…

by 16 Aug 2018

Review: Our Girl – Stranger Today

Our Girl – Stranger Today Out 17/08/18 via Cannibal Hymns ‘Stranger Today’ is the debut record from Brighton born trio Our Girl. Droning guitars with soft ethereal vocals from Soph Nathan are the signature on the album, cementing Our Girl’s inimitable noise….