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February 25, 2020

Mental health has been at the forefront of many messages bands are voicing to their fans in recent years, as it has become more prevalent to tackle in wider society. It can be a real struggle dealing with your demons and the emotional strain it can put on oneself. 

This is a reason why Introvert have released Mending Breaking, their newest EP. The Australian punks have releasex six tracks dealing with self-loathing, depression and ideas that toy w...

February 13, 2020

With existentialism and insecurity, comes a form of musical catharsis like no other in the punk scene. It’s clear that Spanish Love Songs have always dwelled in this nihilism and frustration, and their new release Brave Faces Everyone shows no sign of change. With 2018’s Schmaltz firmly cementing their place within the scene, Brave Faces Everyone takes on an awfully important role for the LA quintet to prove their worth.

Frontman Dylan Slocum is q...

January 15, 2020

Following on from the first part of this feature, we present to you the second wave of artists set to make this year their own. From DIY feminist punk to blissful blackened post metal, 2020 is perfectly shaping up to be a year bountiful with brilliant groundbreaking music.

Related: Ones To Watch: Top Bands Set To Conquer 2020 | Part One

Dream Nails

Forming around the halfway mark of the last decade, the punk witches in Dream Nails have spent the pas...

January 8, 2020

Whilst 2019 was certainly a turbulent year to say the least, the year ultimately saw the release of a plethora of phenomenal music spanning the entirety of the alternative music spectrum. With the year now wrapped up, it’s time to look forward to the brave new world that is 2020. Whist it remains to be seen what the year holds, it already looks clear that this year is set to be abound with brilliant music, with hundreds of artists from all corner...

November 22, 2019

Ever since releasing their debut EP in 2016, the Croydon emo collective Bellevue Days have spent the past several years wearing a slightly romantic facade, so to speak. A common staple of the DIY live circuit, the band have spent the past several years slowly but steadily building a reliable and dotted fanbase across the nation, with their introspective and withdrawn take on the genre allowing the band to be commonly associated with acts such as ...

October 21, 2019

Last week we headed into the heart of Camden town to see Real Friends and the fellow pop punkers Grayscale treat the Electric Ballroom to a night of positivity, inclusivity and acceptance. Check out Jess's shots below!

October 18, 2019

If there’s anything that harshly highlights the unstoppable march of time it’s the fact that Jimmy Eat World are now on the cusp of releasing their tenth full length release. Even after 25 consecutive years, the influence the Arizona quartet have had on the wider alternative scene has been undeniable, with countless acts from across the globe drawing inspiration from the group’s legacy.

However, even with the collectives success having been solidi...

September 3, 2019

Like many who just happen to be unfortunate enough to live in this mundane and draining modern world that we all inhabit, Oso Oso isn’t unfamiliar with the concept of pessimism and cultural nihilism. The musical project of one Jade Lilitri, Oso Oso found critical acclaim on a global scale following the release of 2017’s dearly beloved The Yunahon Mixtape. His respective sophomore release, whilst the record radiated a sense of calmative anodyne, t...

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