New Ways Of Living: Track By Track With The Winter Passing


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June 12, 2020

Since their inception in 2018, Newcastle quartet Creegan have been busy cementing themselves as an essential edition to all those 'ones to watch' playlists we love to keep ourselves tuned to. Having played a string of sold out shows in the North East, blown away audiences at Hit The North festival, built a fast-growing Spotify fanbase and received media support from BBC Introducing alongside a plethora of other media outlets, the band excel at bl...

May 20, 2020

Eight years ago, Crossfaith released their revered Zion EP worldwide, shining a huge spotlight on the band on a global scale. With that spotlight they've been slowly building their profile and securing their legacy in stone, from their unparalleled live shows to their expansive library of ragers, bangers and anthems. With their new EP, Species, the Japanese titans are set to usher in a new age of chaos, with their sights set on huge stages and an...

May 6, 2020

Local music venues are the lifeblood of the music scene. It is a statement we are all aware of but one that unfortunately is a common point of discussion between music fans due to the increasing challenges for venues.

You hear it all the time, support your small cap venues and ensure bands have somewhere to begin their journey. The importance of this cannot be overstated and lo and behold it is true. At this time when a fan's ability to physically...

April 29, 2020

Having already completed an array of incredible tours and festivals in their time as a band, as well as signing to Hopeless Records, Newcastle melodic hardcore risers GroundCulture are now gearing up for the release of their long awaited debut album How Well Do You Really Know Yourself? To know more about the release, their history and their ethos we had a chat with vocalist and frontman Roy Watson.

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April 27, 2020

“How Well Do You Really Know Yourself?”, a question, an album title, an opening lyric bellowed from the depths of Roy Watson's vocal chords. Newcastle heavy hitters GroundCulture are offering an open door into an auditory experience that aims to shake up your senses and shake down your conscience. The band, formed of the aforementioned Roy on vocals, Lewi Shoulder and Mattie Turner on guitars, George Collings on bass and Josh Murphy behind the ki...

February 18, 2020

Raucous grime-punk outfit PENGSHUi are ready to crack your cranium open with the burst of sonic discharge that is their self-titled debut album. Forget what you knew about Hadouken! or Astroid Boys, this trio are the rawest, hardest, most aggressive take on this crossover style sound that you’ve ever heard. Brace yourselves.

“YES MATE, COME ON”, belts bar spitter Illaman as the hum of Chris Hargreaves (AKA Fatty Bassman) 4 string feedback machine...

February 5, 2020

By now you may well have already heard of the global phenomenon The HU (not to be confused with Roger Daltrey and co). Despite forming less than four years ago, the Mongolian group have shaken the musical world with their unique brand of “Hunnu Rock”, with their music video for 'Wolf Totem' already boasting well over 25 million views since its release in late 2018. Chances are you've probably come across this video at some point, as it became a v...

November 6, 2019

It’s been a long time coming, but the debut album from London duo Anavae is finally here. 12 bursts of sound pushing the envelope further than ever before, 45 sees the band break down the boundaries of genre and bend them to their own will. The result a collective of songs that emerge from the ashes of inner turmoil, like a gold-coated phoenix taking flight to be admired in all its shimmering glory.

The scope of this album is gargantuan, from bomb...

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