Going Dark: An Interview with Glass Heart


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March 12, 2020

After three years since their last release The Districts return with their next instalment You Know I’m Not Going Anywhere. An album that ties together the journey that the band have been on in recent years, You Know I'm Not Going Anywhere ultimately journeys through what they as a unit have discovered about themselves and their music.

Regarded by bandleader Rob Grote as an album that almost never happened, the album is a collection of songs that...

March 9, 2020

Four years seem like a long time when a band disappears off the face of the earth - climbing the ladder of the rock world, releasing a hot selling debut album...then poof. Gone. It’s understandable when times get hard or other responsibilities get in the way and sometimes as much as a band may love the music they create and the fans they share that relationship with, it just isn’t feasible. 

But this is definitely not the case for the bluesy...

January 24, 2020

It has been almost a month into the new decade, and it seems Billie Eilish’s illustrious career is reaching new heights each and every day; including Six Grammy Nominations, releasing her own sustainable clothing line, in collaboration with H&M. As well as making history as the youngest recording artist to write and perform the new James Bond theme, for the upcoming feature film No Time To Die starring Daniel Craig, Rami Malek and Ralph Fiennes;...

January 23, 2020

Ethereal, spectral and deeply captivating are just some of the adjectives worthy enough to describe the first single and accompanying music video off of Hayley Williams secretive debut solo album Petals for Armor due to be released on the 8th of May 2020.

For the past few months the news surrounding Hayley Williams’ return to the studio as a soloist has caused massive buzz across the globe for Paramore fans, especially after Williams left her fand...

December 9, 2019

The end of the year is soon to be upon us and it seems a vast array of artist’s latest work has stemmed into a deeply vulnerable personal space, which really opens up the discussion into the untameable nature of mental health issues.

Keeping this in mind the Philadelphia natives Out of Service have taken a deep dive into such subject matter in their sophomore studio album which promises to be another display of their vulnerable yet volatile musica...

November 15, 2019

A solo venture can be an exciting one. The commencement of Lande Hekt’s own venture lies in the form of debut EP Gigantic Disappointment. Widely known for her part in the loveable indie rock trio Muncie Girls, Lande experiments with 80’s influences for a fresh perspective on what we’ve heard from her previously.

Recorded during a time in Australia with Ben David of The Hard Aches, the seven track EP takes a route away from the norm and into a more...

October 28, 2019

Fresh off the release of their latest single ‘One Man Army’ British metal crew Shvpes assembled a top class line up of bands for their headline show at Mama Roux’s, a nifty little venue tucked away in Birmingham. 

Opening the night is Chapter And Verse [8], a band who captivate and mesmerise through poetic lyricism and beautiful melody, laden with bursts of Darren Goslings lively guitar noise and Kevin Millers pounding drum beats. They start...

January 23, 2019

Bands with dramatic break-ups/backstories are the best kind. Why? Because we all love a bit of drama. And to grasp the relevance of Blood Red Shoes’ fifth release Get Tragic, one must first immerse themselves in the duo’s backstory.

To gain a full understanding of the duo’s proximity induced fight, ‘Eye To Eye’, the sleazy album opener, gives detail to the bands past life. As drummer Steven Ansell states “We got the to the end of the fourth record...

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