Album Review: Happy Accidents – You Might be Right

Happy Accidents are a super catchy indie/pop band from London. They specialise in introspective lyrics combined with sing-along choruses and generally being a charming and infectiously cheery group of humans. You Might Be Right is their first album and has just been put out by Alcopop! Records. Following their initial release Not Yet Jaded (2014), […]

Album Review: The Hotelier – Goodness

The Hotelier are an indie rock band from Massachusetts. Well established within both the emo revival movement and the DIY punk scene, they have a reputation for extremely powerful live performances, being ambitiously creative and for the raw honest quality of their lyrics and music. Goodness is The Hotelier’s third recognised album and marks a […]

EP Review: Dogleg – Dogleg

Dogleg play frenetic, angular indie punk with elements of post-hardcore, emo and pop; FFO: Knapsack, Japandroids & Bloc Party. Dogleg’s new self titled EP is an exciting testament to what a home recorded bedroom project can achieve, encompassing a wealth of diverse influences and sounds to make a raw but extremely accomplished feeling record. Michigan […]

In Appreciation of… Blackbird Raum & Liverpool

Blackbird Raum are an acoustic anarcho-punk band from Santa Cruz, California. Liverpool is a portside city in the North West of England. Both are dead good. Towards the end of May I was travelling around with Ash and Dan, and we had a pretty fun sounding show booked in Liverpool with Blackbird Raum. We were […]