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May 14, 2020

Over the past six years, Sertraline has established themselves as incredible prog-rock bruisers. They’ve expanded their horizons since then and their latest offering, Clouded Minds and Silver Lines, has built on the riff-heavy foundations to offer up five spectacularly bold new tracks. 

Sertraline’s signature sound includes interesting vocals - from guttural growls to stunning melodic crooning, Clouded Minds has it all. The vocals flow with the mu...

April 23, 2020

Much like 2017's full length Normal, The latest offering from Pittsburgh folk-punk mainstay The Homeless Gospel Choir is filled with emotion and loathing for our current geopolitical climate masked by pretty pop-punk. However, This Land Is Your Landfill see's Derek Zanetti - the man behind the project - with more venom in his words, more frustration in his bloodstream and more energy in his delivery. The upbeat guitars gently shift focus from the...

March 11, 2020

As you may have heard, Haggard Cat are the band that entombed themselves within concrete for 24 hours in protest of Brexit. A collective that have always laughed in the face of conformity and obedience, they’re a duo that has never approached music conventionally and their latest venture, Common Sense Holiday is no different. It’s 11 tracks of varying length, each commenting on different aspects of modern life and it's respective turmoil and...

February 19, 2020

Big Sleeper is the latest offering from supergroup InTechnicolour. If you’re not sure who they are, well, you will be after listening to this album. To clue you in though, InTechnicolour is a supergroup hailing from Brighton. Members of Delta Sleep, LUO and Broker form the quartet and they will change your perception on stoner-rock in just nine songs. 

‘Miami Funk’ is first off the mark to grace your ears. While there’s not really much Miami,...

February 10, 2020

Arranged by third-year music students at the University of South Wales, Immersed! Festival offered an insight into the wonderful music scene of Cardiff. The organisers honoured Cardiff’s musical landmarks, offering attendees a chance to relive their days at Gwdihw Cafe Bar or their halcyon nights on Womanby Street.  

Tramshed’s Waiting Room was transformed with relics from Gwdihw and adorned with sofas and beanbags. Upstairs, the cocktail bar was...

February 10, 2020

Local scene represent - the Cardiff Music Awards are returning once again! This year the awards will be bigger and better than ever and they’ve just announced the awesome finalists. 

Among the 100 plus names announced as finalists are Holding Absence, Bloom, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, Nightlives and HANA2K.  

We can also reveal that we (that is, Noizze) have been named a finalist for 'Best Music Press' alongside last year's winner Minty’s Gig Gu...

February 5, 2020

After they took Immersed! Festival by storm, we chatted to Sophie Bryan [vocalist/guitarist] and Rhia Greer [drums] of the recent Stereo Brain Records signees Bloom, the powerful alt-rock trio making waves in the underground South Wales scene right now. 

Their initial line-up comprised of just the two of them, with the addition of bassist Max Theobald in late September 2019. They’d like to remind you that now, “Max is in the band”, as th...

January 22, 2020

Vukovi have been highly praised by us, by their contemporaries, and by their fans. Their latest venture, a full-length album cleverly christened Fall Better, is bound to generate plenty more compliments. Powerful guitars and bone-shaking basslines stand behind beautiful lyrics, written by vocalist Janine Shilstone and inspired by her type of OCD. 

The album is defiant, standing up to some of the bigger guys in rock music just as Shilstone stands u...

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