The Shows Must Go On: The Crucial Refuge Of The Mothers' Ruin

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November 13, 2019

For several years, an entity has been rumbling within the blackened confines of the DIY scene. However, as of late, such rumblings have turned into deafening roars from the void. Masterfully fusing agonised black metal, awe-inspiring post-metal and emotional shoegaze, Earth Moves are finally receiving the acclaim and attention they have been deserving of for years. A collective for our turbulent modern times we are all unfortunate enough to...

November 6, 2019

We last spoke to Manchester trio False Advertising in the sun-drenched fields of the Cotswolds at 2000 Trees Festival. The weather is turning now, and festival season is well and truly over but False Advertising are gearing up for the exciting release of their debut album, Brainfreeze, as well as embarking on a headline tour. We recently spoke to vocalist/guitarist/drummer Jen Hingley about everything Brainfreeze and what False Advertising’s worl...

November 5, 2019

With a sound so dynamic, fresh and intricate as this, it's not surprise Press To Meco have found acclaim and praise from all sides of the spectrum that is the international alternative scene. Just before their headline show at Cheltenham's The Frog And Fiddle we sat down with Lewis Williams (Drums, Vocals) and Luke Caley (Guitar, Vocals) to discuss the importance of touring smaller towns, their latest track 'Easy Life', channeling resentment and...

October 31, 2019

In 2016, a dark and miserable entity emerged on the graffitied and drug addled streets of Bristol. With effortless skill in hybridising the deeply atmospheric nature of doom with the shimmering, occasionally euphoric tendencies of shoegaze, Sugar Horse swiftly became a constant yet praised presence within the contemporary Bristolian DIY scene. Off the back of a handful of SoundCloud tracks, the doomgaze collective found themselves manifesting the...

October 24, 2019

Despite hailing from the distant metropolis of Philadelphia, the alt punkers in Grayscale have certainly made an impact on our shores recently following the release of their sophomore release Nella Vita in September. From running with pop punk get up kids Real Friends to having just been announced for the juggernaut of an event that is set to be Slam Dunk 2020, the rise of the Philly collective is utterly indisputable. Prior to their show at Bris...

September 30, 2019

Despite only forming in 2016, San Diego’s SeeYouSpaceCowboy have burst into the spotlight of the DIY metalcore scene with energy and fervour most bands can only dream of possessing. Amalgamating metalcore sensibilities from throughout the history of the genre whilst adding their own characteristic dynamics, the punishing quintet have swiftly become a rallying point for those oppressed by our current global sociopolitical climate, with the group f...

September 26, 2019

For many, the subcontinent of India and it’s surrounding regions aren't exactly locations that are synonymous with thriving music scenes and cutting edge artists. However, this has proven to be a misconception. India is now host to a thriving national scene that champions contemporary and heavy music, with large scale events now gaining attention on the global festival circuit. One of the most prominent bands that have emerged from this blossomin...

September 8, 2019

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With ArcTanGent having just celebrated it's massive seventh consecutive year and with 2000 Trees being championed with plaudits and awards on high, it's no surprise that these festivals are the fastest growing events within the UK. Whilst at this year's ArcTanGent we sat down with the head organiser James Scarlett to discuss the success of both festivals, the challenges of hosting growing festivals, hosting UK exclusives, his advi...

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