Thank you

Thanks to everyone for coming out to the homelessness show on Thursday! It was a great night. Big thanks to JT Soar for being the best venue around and Guerrilla Monsoon, Perkie, Magpies & Vagabonds and Mixtape Saints for playing amazing sets. Here’s everything we raised! Baked beans x20 Soup x19 Noodles x12 Tinned tomatoes […]

Fishlock Fridays #1: DIY vs Money

“Let’s start something bigger than us” – The Smith Street Band Hello, my friend Max here at Seeing Your Scene has suggested I do a weekly column – it will probably end up more than likely monthly, but we will see. For those who don’t know me (I mean why would you?), I’m primarily a […]

EP Review: Black Foxxes – Pines

If you like Brand New and Manchester Orchestra, the Exeter three-piece Black Foxxes are sure to grab your attention. With post-punk melodies woven with a Nirvana-esque lyrical style, the upcoming Pines makes me think of Brand New’s The Devil and God are raging Inside Me (2006) – especially songs such as “You Won’t Know”. Opening […]

Album Review: Auxes – Boys in My Head

Auxes is an indie punk band from Hamburg, Germany who are about to release their latest album Boys in My Head through Gunners Records (German home to The Gaslight Anthem). Members of the band have been making waves in the underground scene since the mid-’90s, they include Dave Laney (Milemarker, Challenger), Florian Brande (Kommando Sonne-nmilch, […]

Album Review: The Jazz June – After the Earthquake

Twelve years is a long time, especially in something that is constantly evolving such as the music industry. But emo veterans The Jazz June have taking to the fresh waters of the new school with their new album After the Earthquake like they haven’t been out of the game at all. 2014 has been a […]