Fingerprints & Handwriting

Album Review: Edgarville – Fingerprints & Handwriting

Fingerprints & Handwriting is an incredibly strong and engaging debut album from two-piece band Edgarville from Blackburn. It’s almost hard to believe the album is built up mostly by two musicians; we’re almost only hearing vocals, acoustic guitar and drums, yet the perfected production of the album gives a full band feel. The album can […]

Live Review: Turnover + support (Nottingham, 16/01/16)

Every time a band like Turnover plays in at The Bodega in Nottingham it gets surprisingly busy, see: The Hotelier, etc, but this show was packed to the walls from the second doors opened. Local band Little Bribes kicked things off with their brand of alt pop-punk/emo and played a ridiculously confident set for a band […]

News: Petrol Girls release video for “Slug”

Constantly proving to us that they are currently the most exciting band in the country, London’s Petrol Girls are raring to release their long-awaited follow-up to their debut EP, called Some Thing and is released on multiple labels from February 19th. The band have released a video for first track “Slug”, and they had this to say about the […]

Label Spotlight: Epitaph Records

Epitaph Records is an independent music label founded in Los Angeles, California by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz in the early 1980’s. The iconic label released an incredible amount of hit albums in the 90’s and was also responsible for breaking through bands such as Rancid, NOFX, Pennywise, The Offspring and Bad Religion themselves into […]

Fishlock Fridays #10 – Fight for your DIY venue

I’ve been on tour in mainland Europe twice now and it’s like a whole different world of gigging, particularly from a band perspective. You can arrive at a random bar in France or Germany that you know nothing about and receive the most amazing hospitality, whatever size your band is. You’ll likely get more than […]

News: The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich forced to close

Some pretty awful news from The Owl Sanctuary camp in Norwich. Please support the venue across their last few weeks before they shut down for good on the 31st. Read the whole statement below: This is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to write and apologies for the heavy read. I had a […]

Looking back at 2015 with… LineOut

Seeing Your Scene chats to melodic skatepunkers LineOut from Italy about 2015. We’re putting them on in April at JT Soar – more details here. How was 2015? 2015 has literally been a perfect year for us. We played more than 40 shows, had the chance to support great bands as Ignite, Lagwagon, Strung Out […]