Album Review: The Menzingers – After the Party

“Oh yeah, oh yeah, everything is terrible.” That’s how the new Menzingers record, After the Party, starts (and I’m sure countless other reviews). We’re immediately hit by the intro of “Tellin’ Lies”, which has a heavy dose of Jeff Rosenstock influence. The track shows the band at their tightest and their knack for consistently writing great […]

Looking back at 2016 with… Jaded

First in our series looking back at 2016, we’ve got Birmingham emo band Jaded! Keep an eye out over the next couple of weeks for more! How was 2016? A mixed bag from start to finish, we finally released our third EP but also Ronnie Corbett died so swings and roundabouts. What was your favourite […]

Young Adventurers

Band Interview: Young Adventurers

We caught up with Exeter’s excellent Young Adventurers ahead of the release of their EP ‘Short Sighted’, out on cassette tape via Circle House Records on Friday 21st October…   What can we expect from the new EP? How does it differ from the ‘Dentures Demo’? Catherine: I think it’s much more melodic and a bit more sure […]

Band Interview: Ducking Punches’ Dan Allen chats Fizzy Brain, crowdfunding and mental health

Ducking Punches released Fizzy Brain a few months back now, and we sat down and had a chat with vocalist/guitarist Dan Allen about their decision to crowdfund the record, the importance of discussing mental health openly, and their future plans. Congratulations on funding the new record, and hitting almost double the target! What made you decide […]

How to be in a band during the worst gig of all time

On a good day playing a
 show anywhere across mainland Europe means you are met warmly by staff
 at the venue, fed well, given plenty of beer to drink, people show up, enjoy the show, they chat afterwards, buy merch, everyone generally
 feels validated at their choices in life. Then you are given somewhere 
decent […]

Live Review: Beach Slang + Petal (Nottingham, 22/01/16)

Petal took to the stage at a quiet Bodega and quickly started playing songs from her first album, Shame. Usually a full band affair with touring members including those from Tigers Jaw and Three Man Cannon, tonight saw just vocalist/guitarist Kiley playing the songs solo. She powered through songs such as “Tommy” with huge singalong […]

A guide to touring in a Honda Civic over a few days when the drives don't clock in at more than 4 hours or so. Daniel England

Watch movie online Fifty Shades Darker (2017)

Quality : HDTitle: Fifty Shades DarkerDirector : James Foley.Release : 2017-02-08Language : EnglishRuntime : 115 minGenre: Drama, Romance.Synopsis : Movie Fifty Shades Darker (2017) was released in February 8, 2017 in genre Drama. Fifty Shades Darker is movie directed by James Foley. and starring by Dakota Johnson. Movie Fifty Shades Darker (2017) tell story about […]

Jeff Rosenstock / Great Cynics Euro Tour 2016

News: Jeff Rosenstock announces UK tour with Great Cynics

Jeff Rosenstock has confirmed a full band European tour for March/April 2016 with support on every date coming from Great Cynics. After dissolving Bomb The Music Industry! in 2014, DIY melody maker Jeff has barely stopped, releasing secondsolo album We Cool? to widespread acclaim last year along with another collab album with Chris Farren (track […]

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 […]