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May 31, 2019

It's a big day for the Aberdeen based emo band Dude Trips. Released today is their stellar debut, Through Love & Death I All I Have Left, a cathartic and therapeutic narrative of the band's struggles with love, death, release and acceptance. We spoke to Shaun Ross (Vocals, Guitar) and Jamie Mathers (Vocals, Bass) about the tales and stories that shaped each track on the record. 

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(Shaun Ross) We chose this track for the opener beca...

May 31, 2019

Hailing from canal crossed urban labyrinth that is Greater Manchester, whilst the name Pleiades may not incite much of a reaction from many within the national alternative scene, those acknowledgeable of this band will undoubtedly meet a mention of this act with a knowledgable grin. Since releasing their debut EP Symptoms Of A Human Being in 2016, the quintet has been bedazzling the depths of the underground post-metal scene; a select choice for...

May 31, 2019

During the search for oneself in the midst of this chaos inducing reality, we seek divine intervention in one’s life to truly inhabit the realised and desired perception of ourselves, which for the longest time seems to have succumbed to the deeply damaging and suppressive nature of modern society. In the wake of such obstacles lining the way to personal freedom and fulfilment comes the surprising third solo studio album Barriers by the Punk/Emo...

May 29, 2019

Scottish alternative emo quartet Dude Trips are on the precipice of releasing their debut album Through Love & Death, You’re All I Have Left on 31st May, 2019. The band come from the far north-eastern coastal wilds of Fraserburgh, though their sound draws from much wider and more varied influences than their seaside town origins.

Since forming in late summer 2016, the band have released two EPs: Sad Lads—written on a whim in an attic, with the e...

May 28, 2019

Brooklyn/Newcastle self-professed old school heavy rock act Tanith manage to tastefully and authentically resurrect the early 70s rock sound of groups like Uriah Heap and Wishbone Ash, incorporating some of the subtleties found in these bands such as elements of folk, psychedelia and prog. After issuing the teaser EP Citadel, they now bring us their debut full-length album In Another Time featuring 2 songs from Citadel (‘Citadel’ and ‘Eleven Year...

May 28, 2019

Going it alone within the music industry can be a frightening yet exhilarating venture to take on, which can open up the flood gates to an artist’s true potential outside of an already established dynamic that has captured the attention of fans across the globe for an extended amount of time.The risk taker behind this eerie road of self discovery comes from none other than the lead vocalist of the Milton Keynes native progressive metal band Tesse...

May 24, 2019

Since breaking onto the scene with their self-titled EP in 2016, feminist punks Petrol Girls have certainly made a mark on the industry; turning heads with their angsty yet undeniably important message. New record Cut & Stitch is just as explosive as you’d imagine, combining post-hardcore energy with passionately brutal lyrics to bring a sound that’s acquainted, yet unquestionably fresh.

We’re immediately greeted with an opening intro, discussing...

May 21, 2019

It's almost surreal to think that it's almost been four months since the metallic hardcore bruisers in Ithaca released their full length debut The Language Of Injury. Released via Holy Roar, the record is still a highly celebrated staple within the national scene, with many attempting to decipher the meaning behind the tracks. Here, the band breaks down the stories and details behind each track on the record. 

'New Covenant'

This is actually the fi...

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