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July 9, 2020

You may have not encountered The Long Faces before, but believe us, many have. Despite only having a small bundle of tracks to their namesake, the young five piece have amassed over 2.5 million streams on Spotify, became the central point of a global fanbase and have found themselves included in an end of year list by a popular radio station in El Salvador – quite a bit of a stones throw from their hometown of Canterbury.

Lofty accolades indeed, e...

July 7, 2020

To say DITZ kicked the hornets nest when they arrived on the Brighton scene would be a wee bit of an understatement. A more fitting analogy would be that they lit the nest on fire and dropkicked it right into the fray. From refusing to comply with genre guidelines and not playing ball with rigid scene norms, the Brighton noise-punks where quickly left separated and shunned from the horde of contemporaries they share a town with. A tricky place to...

July 7, 2020

A band that have always used their platform to highlight societal injustices, Bristol based post-metal band Svalbard have announced their third record When I Die, Will It Get Better? alongside sharing the first taste of upcoming material with new single ‘Open Wound’

Released September 25th via Holy Roar Records, When I Die, Will It Get Better? is group’s third release and the follow up to 2018’s impeccable It’s Hard To Have Hope. Whilst the group'...

July 6, 2020

Photo: Ben Morse 

Sadly, like every other festival on our now plague blighted lands, 2000 Trees will not be taking place this year. However, this upcoming weekend will not be a silent one. Today the award winning festival have announced 2000 Screens, a digital festival featuring live sets from this year’s original headliners Jimmy Eat World, Thirce and a lot more.

Taking place on Facebook and Instagram between Thursday 9th and Saturday 11th July, 2...

July 3, 2020

To say the new record from The Winter Passing is decent would be a tad of an understatement. New Ways Of Living, the second full length from the Irish emo-tinged indie quintet, is a masterfully crafted release that is filled to the brim with warmth, authenticity, charm, skill and killer hooks. We even gave it our first perfect score of the year. It's pretty good. 

Yet what makes it so damn good is how it explores and expresses it's lyrical th...

June 30, 2020

Bristolian quartet Phoxjaw personify the term 'maverick' – they’re utterly unorthodox, unbranded by norms and refuse to comply with typical genre conventions. Whilst many emerging bands rely heavily on the maps and blueprints drawn-up by their respective influencers, Phoxjaw have burnt such maps with arcane magic and have forged their own path through the lands. This is something the two hit combo that was their Goodbye Dinosaur and A Playground...

June 26, 2020

Artificial Intelligence – commonly refereed to as AI – has long been a safe and secure trope within the chapters of science fiction. Since the dawn of the genre, humankind has long been fixated with the prospect of birthing a creation that carries our sentience and intelligence all whilst being completely synthetic. Far-fetched in nature yes, but this trope has come to fruition in recent years.

Granted, we're but being given the run around by HAL...

June 24, 2020

 Photo: Danika Zandboer

To say the world is in a pretty sorry state right now certainly wouldn't be a hyperbolic or melodramatic statement. From rampant systematic xenophobia and murder all the way to an ongoing global pandemic that mirrors a plot device from a subpar thriller, 2020 has essentially played host to the worst of the human condition - and the tunnel ahead is still without promising light.

With that in mind, it's no surprise u...

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