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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...

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...

April 25, 2019

If you cast your mind back to last month, you may recall a news story documenting how almost 50 million songs where accidentally deleted from the social media platform MySpace due to a botched server migration. Whilst this may sound trivial, for the alternative scene it was a disaster akin to the destruction of the Library of Alexandria.

The popularity of the once great social media behemoth ushered in an age of prosperity for core orientated musi...

February 12, 2019

Whilst 2018 proved to be a year for celebration for hundreds of acts, it’s likely that no other band experienced the multidimensional whirlwind that Queen Zee found themselves perpetually within last year. On the back of a string of tracks and a ferociously idiosyncratic reputation live, the group went from curious oddballs to being endorsed by the likes of Iggy Pop and Liam Gallagher in less than a year, all without having a full length under th...

March 3, 2018

Every now and then you stumble upon a band who sound completely unique and unparalleled whilst feeling welcomingly familiar. One such band is Greater London’s itoldyouiwouldeatyou, a collective who present a creative exploration of arbitrary alternative music that is an amalgamation of emo, indie-pop and math-rock. Such devotion to experimental creativity is unmistakable within their work and with the group now on the cusp of releasing their new...

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