Album Review

Kongos get adventurous in new three part series

South African-born alt-rockers Kongos have completely spiced up their sound on their latest studio album 1929: Part 1. Combining a variety o...[Read More]


RAT BOY makes a flying start to the year making punk rock and hip-hop on his sophomore album 'INTERNATIONALLY UNKNOWN'. The 12-track collect...[Read More]

Blood Red Shoes deliver fuzz rock sixth album Get Tragic

Fuzzy guitar, a bouncy beat, and seductive vocals - Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes have released their sixth album 'Get Tragic' on their own J...[Read More]

Black Honey talk us through their debut LP on FaceTime

Reviewing the debut Black Honey album and exclusive interview with Izzy B Phillips, about their debut album, life on tour, and their influen...[Read More]

Hospital showcase their 80s pop to perfection

Well, who would have known that the Russians are into their indie-pop music? I certainly wouldn't have when it's not every day you see a Rus...[Read More]

The Kooks mature with latest LP ‘Lets Go Sunshine’

Hailing as one of the best bands to come out of the noughties indie music scene, The Kooks have always been a band that can deliver the good...[Read More]

Slaves return with ‘Acts of Fear and Love’

Kent natives Slaves return with their third LP 'Acts of Fear and Love'. Following their first two albums in 2015 and 2016, Slaves have been ...[Read More]

Tom Grennan releases long awaited debut album ‘Lighting Matches’

Tom Grennan's claim to fame was his collaborations with Chase and Status and Bugsy Malone and his earlier EPs which led him to be tipped as ...[Read More]