SYS Exclusive: Jum stream new music video for ‘Cut’

Seeing Your Scene recently caught up with indie band Jum to talk about their new music video, ‘Cut’. See what they have to say, as well as an exclusive stream of the video, below. Jum: “After collaborating in various line-ups scattered over many years the 4 of us found a home in JT Soar, and set to […]

Muskets + Broadbay + More TBA

SEEING YOUR SCENE PRESENTS… Muskets – Brighton Grunge/ Emo. Last year the band released their EP Spin via Venn Records. – https://muskets.bandcamp.com/ Broadbay – Brighton pop slop. The guys have just released their new EP Living Room via Struggletown Records. – https://struggletownrecords.bandcamp.com/album/living-room + More tba Be nice / respect the space *this at Chameleon, not […]

Split Review: Attila the Fun / Middle Distance Split

The split released digitally and on cassette through Small Avenue Records features two London based-bands; Attila the Fun and Middle Distance. Young in appearance as well as songwriting, each song is a document of British emo and DIY punk ethics. First song “Mantis Toboggan” by Attila the Fun twinkles into being with a faster take […]

Album Review: Airs and Nevermind Me Split

Music is everywhere. Think about what you’ve been exposed to in just the last 24 hours: TV adverts, background songs on your favourite shows and films, even casually on the radio in the car. When we are permanently exposed to sound it becomes difficult to not just differentiate between it all, but to actually listen. […]

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 […]