Mammoth Penguins / Zach Roddis (last Nottingham show) + more

Anorak Nottingham & Seeing Your Scene present… Mammoth Penguins – Ex-Standard Fare Emma Kupa’s new band. They are really, really good. New record “Hide and Seek” is out now! Zach Roddis (Performance Poet) – Zach’s doing his last spoken word tour. We’re sad, but we’ve got him one more time. Lost Pets – One of […]

Exclusive: Johnny Jet release video for “Shout”

Manchester’s Johnny Jet are premiering their first music video exclusively through Seeing Your Scene! On the song, the band says: Well this is our first single but the band’s been together for years, we’ve never really stuck to a genre or anything, but we’re all really into indie bangers and pop-punk, and recently we decided that […]

Album Review: Ralph Cola – National Zero

You may be asking: “what is a DIY Punk webzine doing, writing about pop-music?” My answer is: “fuck you”. You like Mac DeMarco? Good, you’ll be digging the newest adventure of Ralph Cola, National Zero. Well, maybe ‘adventure’ is a bit of a strong word. As delicious and sweet as opener “Doing Nothing” sounds, it […]

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News: Austeros release video for “We Seem Okay”

Cheltenham’s finest and one of our favourite bands Austeros, fresh from their UK tour with Ghost on Tape where they played Seeing Your Scene shows in Bristol and Nottingham, have released their first ever music video for new song “We Seem Okay”. The track is available on a forthcoming 7″ from the fantastic Don’t Ask […]

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. […]

Album Review: Happy Diving – Big World

Nowadays, I almost immediately trust anything associated with the label Art is Hard Records. I’ve picked up a few items here and there from them, and they’ve put on some pretty great shows in Brighton, where I live. My purchase of Happy Diving’s Big World has yet to tarnish that blissful perspective. The album is […]