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November 28, 2019

In January of this year, we released a two part article documenting a variety of bands that where set to dominate this year. Luckily for us, the majority of artists we featured erupted this year, with a number of listed artists going on to become colossal success stories. Yet, there was one band we featured that has spent the vast majority of this year within the shadows. However, that’s not to say the said band have not successfully established...

November 22, 2019

Sleep Token are one of the most talked about, but at the same time cryptic bands in the UK scene of the past few years. Whoever is behind this project has carefully crafted it so that nobody, not even their own label mates, know who is actually in the band. The outfit perked up a lot of ears with their first two EPs, which featured an unusual blend of down-tuned djent riffs mixed with ambient sections that would sit right at home on a Sigur Ros a...

June 26, 2019

Combining poppy bops with hip hop beats, UNFD’s fresh meat Woes have produced a fresh yet familiar release in Awful Truth that is set to accompany you all summer long. The Scottish boys, who are known for their classic pop-like sound, have taken their material to the next level, incorporating multiple genres to produce a refreshing take on the UK’s pop punk scene.

Album intro 'Boy' immediately offers an atmospheric spin on their newly acquired syn...

June 18, 2019

X Ambassadors are a trio you may or may not have heard of BUT you will have heard one of their songs/collabs whether you know it or not. If you are unaware of X Ambassadors you may recognise some of their huge singles ‘Renegades’ or ‘Unsteady’ which saw the band gain global success and multi-platinum sales, they’ve also been involved in some big collaborations with the likes of Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons and Ty Dolla $ign on the Suic...

February 9, 2019

Music is a powerful tool that can cross all kinds of boundaries. Whether it be the boundaries of nations or the boundaries of genres. From the city of Bordeaux, France of all places we meet the fairly new “dark pop” quartet The Sunday Sadness. Presenting their self-titled debut EP, the four gentlemen aim very high.

Right from the first bars in the opening track 'Lost In The Crowd', it becomes clear that the band doesn’t try to hide its influences....

January 5, 2019

When instigating the beginning stages to a profound shift in one’s life through musical exploration, we are more than happy to indulge in the foundation for future works that promise a divine listening experience for all parties involved. Unfortunately it seems this immaculate conception was not on the cards for the Sheffield traditional electronica band Blossomer, who are waiting ever so patiently for their latest EP HLLW to drop.


The ban...

August 10, 2018

The Great Depression is pop punk quartet As It Is' third stab at a full length LP. Throughout its twelve tracks, the band attempt to provide a social narrative unlike anything they have approached before; pushing questions towards society’s current take on mental health, and the stigmas that come along with it. The lyrical themes are raw and personal, yet hidden within the easy-listening style of classic pop punk music. As a result of this direct...

June 14, 2018

If there's one band that have taken the modernisation of pop punk and ran with it, it's without doubt Albany New York's State Champs. Their debut record The Finer Things hit with such a balance of melody and pace that you couldn't help but feel like the quintet were an outfit that were certain to catch on fire; turns out, it didn't take them long to become the band at the forefront of pop punks new melodic charge. 

The bands third album Liv...

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