"If we win over only a handful of people, it’ll be a success" - Introducing the cinematic electronica of Poisonous Birds


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July 22, 2020

Times are tough right now. The last few years seem to have been one weird nightmare after another, an apparently never ending stream of reality-shattering alterations to the world’s status quo. How one reacts to these strange days depends on their perspective and worldview. It’s of course preferable to have hope, to remain optimistic in the face of the oncoming danger. However it’s also tempting to succumb to despair, to view everything through b...

July 21, 2020

Lacerating riffs and cocktail sophistication - a timeless, perfect mix.

Bar from writing and playing feral metalcore in the vein of Every Time I Die, Cancer Bars and While She Sleeps, Bristolian metalcore yob RXPTRS love nothing more than a good, high percentage alcoholic beverage. Whilst the summer has long been a season associated with social drinking, for obvious reasons, this year has been a bit different. With that in mind, the band got...

July 21, 2020

Differing yourselves from your contemporaries can be a difficult task for many emerging artists. In order to truly stand out you need to offer an experience utterly unique, incomparable and beyond standard norms. Some artists trying to offer such fall flat. For others, crafting an unparalleled experience comes naturally. The Bristol based quartet Phoxjaw fit effortlessly into the later category. 

From the very early days, it wa...

July 20, 2020

Since their inception back in 2007, British proggers Haken have been steadily building an impressive discography and showing themselves to be one of the best examples of modern progressive metal. Some fans even argue that they have filled the empty space left by Dream Theater who, in recent years, have not exactly been garnering as much praise as they did in their heyday back in the 90s and early 2000's. Whilst this could be up for debate, it's i...

July 17, 2020

If you like your rock music loud, bolshy, and tinged with furious early-2000s urgency, then Asylums are the band for you. Their second album Genetic Cabaret is a political commentary on all things Donald Trump, Brexit, widening class contrasts and generational divides. It offers you something to scream along to at the top of your lungs and lyrically, Asylums have written some simply impeccable powerful protest songs forged via personal and societ...

July 16, 2020

“Just because The 1975 are the biggest guitar band in the world, doesn’t mean that we have to go full fucking 80s,” laughed Rob Flynn, bassist and vocalist of The Winter Passing. Not that they have anything against The 1975, but The Winter Passing wanted their second album to be a true representation of them. 

That album, called New Ways of Living, is a collection of deeply personal songs, and it’s one that we absolutely love. When starting the wr...

July 15, 2020

In recent years, Liverpool has proven to be a hotbed of alternative talent. The hometown of the likes of WSTR and Loathe, post-hardcore collective Decay are yet another Scouse name we’ve been watching closely. Last week brought the release of their debut album, Staring At The Sun, which sees them develop at a remarkable rate.

The foundations of the 10-track release are built on feelings of grief, heartbreak and depression, which contrast with the...

July 13, 2020

Cardiff's much beloved PWER Festival will be returning in 2021, it has been confirmed today. 

Standing as a sturdy pillar of supporting up and coming artists, PWER Festival has done a tremendous job of spotlighting the industries future heavyweights since 2017. 

Having featured acts such as Dream StateVukoviSoeurCHROMACassles, and False Advertising - it comes as little surprise that festival organisers Luke & Calum are eager to get the...

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