EP Review: Sarah Carey – In Twenty Years, We Won’t Be Sad

Fresh from a successful weekend of opening for Koji, Bob Nanna (The City On Film, Braid) and Algernon Doll, Leeds native Sarah Carey is carrying on the momentum she has built up recently through touring by releasing a brand new EP digitally through WOLF TOWN DIY entitled In Twenty Years, We Won’t Be Sad – it’s […]

Album Review: Corporate Hearts – The Shreds

Corporate Hearts have contributed an article for our website before, about their local scene in Philadelphia. They’re lucky to be a part of such an amazing music scene which is responsible for building many of the best-known bands in the genre. Their music is pretty great too. After a couple of releases here and there, their […]

Album Review: Happy Diving – Big World

Nowadays, I almost immediately trust anything associated with the label Art is Hard Records. I’ve picked up a few items here and there from them, and they’ve put on some pretty great shows in Brighton, where I live. My purchase of Happy Diving’s Big World has yet to tarnish that blissful perspective. The album is […]

EP Review: Marko Greyhound – Demo

Marko Greyhound is a folk-punk artist from Skopje, the capital city of Macedonia. Macedonia isn’t a country which is exactly well-renowned for its punk scene; in fact this amazing wikipedia page lists just one solitary artist. Marko’s demo EP is a great start. The thing that stands out the most is, regardless of a language barrier, the […]

EP Review: The Attic Diary – Nervous Heat

Their Facebook description reads as “sad noises from Ireland.” The Attic Diary’s private seclusion of identity is clever in the fact that it made me want to listen to them even more. With who they are in mystery, you can only focus on the music and the words: a feat that can be pulled off by […]

EP Review: Milk Teeth – Sad Sack

All bands start somewhere small, but when you effectively see the beginning and then the rise, it makes it all the more poignant. I saw Milk Teeth first playing a small venue in Stroud, the Stroud Valley Arts space, and have enjoyed their climb from 2013’s Smiling Politely, the cassette single release of Vitamins, to finally […]

EP Review: Hora Douse – Crash

Hora Douse are an alternative punk rock trio currently located in Manchester, England originally from the neighbouring city of Leeds. Band members including Tom Lee, Jonny Russell and Reece Gibson. Adding elements of punk, indie, post-hardcore and emo, they have already created a buzz in the underground scene for their energetic live performances. Releasing their […]

EP Review: I, The Lion – Run

A sublime release of melodic punk by Cheltenham’s I, The Lion; the Run EP is ready to be met with success. Having toured aggressively since forming in 2010, I, The Lion have shared stages with the likes of Gallows and DZ Deathrays. Their hard work is finally paying off – the Run EP will solidify […]

Album Review: Choke Up – Black Coffee, Bad Habits

Choke Up describe themselves as “four best buds from Boston.” This provided the opportunity for them, by creating music with the people they are closest to, to release a raw, real and emotional sound whilst having a true understanding of each other. These themes of being raw and emotional are all extremely prevalent throughout Black […]