Album Review: Plaids

Plaids are a four-piece punk band from Nottingham. The band are an important part of the DIY community, as well known for running the venue JT Soar as they are for the raw intensity of their music and electric live performances. We got the chance to review their first full length which will be released later this month with a European tour in […]

Ducking Punches – Dance Before You Sleep

Dance Before You Sleep is the new nine-track record by Norwich’s Ducking Punches. The band fall neatly into that category of uncategorisable punk music. It’s acousticy, folky, punky, yet it skirts the edges of the genres and sounds fresh. After supporting Frank Turner in Europe and playing Download festival, the band are certainly gaining momentum. […]

Corporate Hearts – Deathwishers

This review was originally posted on Sound Revolution, 15/02/14. Deathwishers is the latest release from Seeing Your Scene favourites Corporate Hearts, a two-piece acoustic-punk band, with emphasis on the punk. The four tracks on the EP aren’t revolutionary but instead show the band coming even closer to perfecting what they do. Starting out with “Money Sucks Right […]