They said “Don’t Ask”, however after Cheltenham based DIY label Don’t Ask Records kept throwing consistently great releases at us we decided to ask anyway. Fortunately Don’t Ask Records co-founder and Austeros frontman Jeremy decided to rebel against their name and answer our questions. “When we were trying to think of names, I asked our […]
Yesterday we put on the amazing Petrol Girls, Laughing in the Face Of and Holy Pinto at JT Soar in Nottingham. Thanks everyone for coming. Here are some pics, courtesy of James Birtwhistle.
New band Facing Up have put their demo up for streaming – which can be found below. The band is from Brighton and made up of ex Fighting Fiction members. We had a chat to vocalist/guitarist Jacob Glew about the project. Below is what he had to say: This is a rehearsal room/bedroom demo kindly recorded by […]
“Let’s start something bigger than us” – The Smith Street Band Hello, my friend Max here at Seeing Your Scene has suggested I do a weekly column – it will probably end up more than likely monthly, but we will see. For those who don’t know me (I mean why would you?), I’m primarily a […]
This week we’re talking about what we think drags people out to shows from the perspective of promoters, bands and punk fans. It can be tricky convincing people to go to your show where you’ve got yourself a perfect lineup in a perfect venue for perfect entry cost, yet you’ve only managed to get ten […]
Ahead of their excitement to be playing to crowds around the UK and Europe with Joyce Manor and Cheap Girls, Great Cynics are releasing a double a-side single, Lost & Found / Wet Feet limited to 50 cassettes on the 3rd November through Radio 1 Presenter and DJ, Jen Long’s, label, Kissability – which the pre-orders have […]