Great Cynics announce new single

Ahead of their excitement to be playing to crowds around the UK and Europe with Joyce Manor and Cheap Girls, Great Cynics are releasing a double a-side single, Lost & Found / Wet Feet limited to 50 cassettes on the 3rd November through Radio 1 Presenter and DJ, Jen Long’s, label, Kissability – which the pre-orders have […]

Album Review: Owls By Nature – The Forgotten And The Brave

Owls By Nature are a folk rock band from Edmonton, Canada consisting of Ian McIntosh (vocals, guitar), Cory D (banjo, keys, vocals), Doc De Groot (lead guitar, mandolin, vocals), Fred Brenton (drums) and Mike Nash (bass, vocals). Releasing their second album The Forgotten And The Brave through German label, Gunner Records (home to The Gaslight […]

Album Review: Triathalon – Lo-Tide

The newest addition to the Broken Circles Records family, Triathalon, have officially released their debut full-length Lo-Tide this week. Boasting a sound composed of experimental surf and mo-town rock, Lo-Tide is 29 minutes of lofty tunes that flow flawlessly from one song onto the next, creating a noise of “sketchiness.” “High Tide” fades delicately into the […]

EP Review: Drift Wood Miracle – Between Three and Four

Drift Wood Miracle are a 4 piece indie band from Durham, NC, USA consisting of Jack Chapman (guitar), Keir Schwarz (bass), Alex Phillips (drums/vocals) and Bryan Diver (vocals/guitar). Heavily influenced by bands such as Brand New, Miniature Tigers and The Dear Hunter, they have put together a new EP that is intended to evoke the […]

Album Review: Guerrilla Monsoon – Big City Plans

Guerrilla Monsoon are just like me. They are a group of guys from small towns in the Midlands; playing music because they are compelled to – no matter what anyone else may think. I know what it’s like to feel like an outsider, to feel trapped and isolated by small towns… and I know what […]

EP Review: Prolebait – Self-Titled

Sometimes your friends write an EP. Sometimes it’s really good. I think that highlights my bias with Prolebait – but, honestly, I’m so impressed with this EP. They are a four piece band from across the country, having come together in Nottingham and as such they are a really good example of a met-at-University band. […]

Alyx Poska: Joyce Manor and Stage Diving

This is Alyx Poska’s view on the Joyce Manor/stage diving incident. You can read the rest of our contributor’s opinions here! This in no way represents an “official Seeing Your Scene view.” The internet was ablaze and atwitter about a recent stage diving incident at Joyce Manor’s show in Jacksonville. Lead singer Barry Johnson stopped their […]

Band Interview: The Lawrence Arms

After a lengthy departure, The Lawrence Arms burst back onto the scene earlier this year with the release of Metropole. Now, the band are back for a UK tour supported by Sam Russo and Bangers. We caught up with them to ask about the new record, the inspiration behind it, and the reception on this tour. So […]