A brand new Liverpool-based DIY record label, Doing Life Records, has been launched by Simon Christopher. Aiming to support artists from Liverpool, their first release is a split EP by Ed Poole and Seven Years Behind. Both artists cite Into It. Over It. as influences, amongst others, and the emo-twinged acoustic vibes are clear throughout […]
Alexei is busy. Johnny Foreigner are getting ready for a new release. Yr Poetry have just put out their first EP. And he passes the time by playing acoustic shows as Yr Friends. We were lucky enough to sit down and have a chat with him about all of the projects, and film a couple […]
Fishlock Promotions + Seeing Your Scene present… Acoustic folk/punk night at Hydra Bookshop, Bristol with… TIM HOLEHOUSE https://timholehouse.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Tim-Holehouse-36088215759/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XxDjljWj68 FABIAN MADDISON (formerly of The Jack Ratts) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azREKBbKwFg MAXI RAI https://soundcloud.com/maxi-rai https://www.facebook.com/Maxi-Rai-176927369025390/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRkBOScI_9E MERCURIUS RISING https://soundcloud.com/mercuriusrising https://www.facebook.com/Mercurius-Rising-1570502313187605/ Thursday 31st March Hydra Bookshop Old Market – Bristol DONATIONS ENTRY – to help paying touring acts. NO […]
Seeing Your Scene chats to Nottingham’s own George Gadd who plays acoustic solo stuff and also fronts emo/pop-punks Little Bribes. How was 2015? It was a whirlwind of emotion but looks like it’s closing out on a high note thankfully! Hopefully next year our country can pull itself together. What was your favourite moment of […]
Honey Pot are a band consisting of two members; Alex Hall, Jake Griffith, an acoustic guitar and their soft, sweet voices, with their demo grounding them as an acoustic emo act. Their music has been released through a small independent label, Local Colour Records, who have released music from similar bands such as Bohica and Jaded. […]
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 […]
What I love about the British punk scene is its depth in variety. When I scour the internet (more often than not: Bandcamp) for hidden gems I almost always find myself pleasantly surprised. Not because of the amount of thriving bands and artists touring up and down the country or the amount of EPs and […]
After supporting Chris Farren, the lovely Holy Pinto joined us outside in the alley by The Chameleon in Notts to treat us to a little acoustic number.