Single Review: Los Campesinos! – 5 Flucloxaillin

On the 16th of January, UK indie heroes Los Campesinos! released the second single, “5 Flucloxaillin”, from their up-coming full length album, Sick Scenes. Because Sick Scenes isn’t due out until the 24th of February, all I’ve had to go on since their last record, No Blues, is the two singles thus far released for the […]

Live Review: Sorority Noise (Nottingham, 09/10/16)

Sorority Noise took to the stage at a packed out Bodega and immediately launched into a set which saw the band showcase their past two records Joy, Departed and Forgettable.  The band have gone from strength to strength lately, yet it was still rather surprising to see just how full the venue was and that the majority of […]

Live Review: Pinegrove + support (Nottingham, 03/10/16)

At the beginning of this year, American indie rock band Pinegrove released Cardinal. It was put out on Run For Cover records after the band signed to them in late 2015. The snowballing support for Pinegrove hasn’t just seen them gain thousands of Facebook likes, but has translated into almost tangible energy at live shows. […]

Album Review: The Hotelier – Goodness

The Hotelier are an indie rock band from Massachusetts. Well established within both the emo revival movement and the DIY punk scene, they have a reputation for extremely powerful live performances, being ambitiously creative and for the raw honest quality of their lyrics and music. Goodness is The Hotelier’s third recognised album and marks a […]

EP Review: Storyteller – A Place By Your Hopes

The latest release from Storyteller, A Place By Your Hopes, gives them a good footing into the pop-punk scene. The band say they listen to a multitude of different genres and this has certainly helped them to understand how to create successful melodies throughout their EP. Opener to their EP, “Walls & Boundaries” begins by sounding eclectic with […]

EP Review: Sarah Carey – In Twenty Years, We Won’t Be Sad

Fresh from a successful weekend of opening for Koji, Bob Nanna (The City On Film, Braid) and Algernon Doll, Leeds native Sarah Carey is carrying on the momentum she has built up recently through touring by releasing a brand new EP digitally through WOLF TOWN DIY entitled In Twenty Years, We Won’t Be Sad – it’s […]