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September 9, 2020

You may not be acquainted with the indie-pop quartet Snow Coats as of yet, but believe us, you’re going to be hearing their name repeatedly over the next few months. The product of the burgeoning Dutch indie scene, the group have spent the last year riding a wave of success within the Netherlands following the release of their debut long play Take The Weight Off Your Shoulders. Whilst the band are yet to break into our scene just yet, they're set...

September 1, 2020

After five years in the making and one pandemic related delay, the full-length debut from feminist punk witches Dream Nails is finally with us - and goodness me was it worth the wait. 

A record of inclusivity, joy, rage and celebration, the self-titled record is the full encapsulation of the Dream Nails ethos and experience. In an age where the more wider punk gene pool has become stagnant, it's a showcase that the genre still has plenty to o...

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...

June 25, 2020

“This album is an attempt to present that complexity (history as open structure) in the simple form of a rock band,” says guitarist/synth player Kohhei Matsuda, “or more precisely: it is a rock band questioning itself as to what it could be in this time of bedroom producers, alternative R&B, and modern hip-hop. If this apparent history of music has its root somewhere, and that root leads to this present moment when rock bands are being pushed asi...

March 19, 2020

Bad news out the way first – due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, London punk witches Dream Nails will now be releasing their self titled debut on September 4th as opposed to next month. However, the band have released their latest single in the form of the righteously raging ‘Kiss My Fist’

A direct blow to the nose of all homophobes, ‘Kiss My First’ is a documentation of the abhorrent violence members of the LGBT+ face in everyday life. The track...

February 17, 2020

“Sweat, loss of hearing and tears,” reply the band when asked about what they want people to experience when catching them live for the first time. It’s a brief but perfectly tailored answer, one that encapsulates the sound of DITZ in a nutshell. Emerging recently from the deafening hive that is the Brighton scene, the noise-punk quintet have been the subject of much debate and discussion within the UK DIY scene as of late. A topic that’s been fu...

February 8, 2020

Composed of members of Fresh, Finish Flag and Happy Accidents, the lo-fi indie punk trio Cheerbleederz soundtrack the hidden sanctums of peace and love within the callous urban labyrinth that is inner London. Released on Friday via Alcopop! Records, the group's brilliant second EP Lobotany showcases this fact through gentle, pure but fierce indie punk. We got in touch with vocalist Kathryn Woods who detailed the meanings and inspirations beneath...

February 6, 2020

With thousands upon thousands of musical artists emerging from the woodwork, it’s not surprising that new bands are attempting to create new sounds and employ new gimmicks in an attempt to distance themselves from their competitors. Now don’t get us wrong, the fact that bands are probing new musical territories and fusing genres en-mass is nothing but wildly exciting. But even still, sometimes you just want something new that’s a bit more comfort...

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