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Faith in the industry, faith in society and faith in an ever-loving benevolent God. These are the three vile demons you must slay in order to truly appreciate the work of Bristolian doomgazers Sugar Horse.

Despite being a fairly new proposition to many, Sugar Horse have already made a significant impact due to their sheer dynamism, offensive disregard for genre conformity and ability to manifest all annihilating walls of noise that are both crushi...

April 14, 2020

Emerging from the same pool that birthed artists as Phoxjaw, The St Pierre Snake Invasion, and even Idles, the Bristolian quartet Sugar Horse have already displayed the same fervent creativity and aptitude that made their peers so illusive. With this fact in consideration, it’s hardly a surprise the act have already made a great impact within the scenes and circles they run in, especially after violently introducing themselves last year with thei...

November 21, 2019

We're living in a time where we're told that 'rock is dead' or 'heavy music is going out of fashion' more often than ever - but if you're a fan of heavy music, you know that this is far from the case. If anything, recent years have seen heavier genres enter into somewhat of a renaissance with elements from a plethora of genres being fused in new and interesting ways resulting in the creation of exciting, emerging sub-genres. With the constant exp...

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 7, 2019

One of the most gratifying and thrilling things about being into emerging music is the rewarding feeling of discovery when you stumble across an artist that’s sonically unparalleled and beyond comparison. Cork’s God Alone are one such band. Whilst it’s easy to detail individual aspects of their output, to attempt to compare their work another artist, let alone pigeonhole it into a singular genre, is nigh on impossible. It’s a fact the young Irish...

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 25, 2019

Recognising the roots of a band can be a rewarding journey to see how far they have come and commend previous accomplishments. And that’s exactly what Slow Crush are doing with their latest release. Following their debut full-length album Aurora in 2018, the Belgian shoegazers are re-releasing the EP that started it all for them: Ease.

Their ability to transport listeners to faraway landscapes during the duration of each track exhibits their ease...

September 16, 2019

If there's one musical artist that has never shied away from utilising their experienced trauma for artistic inspiration it's the fantastic Cultdreams. Bold, unflinching and an act that offers safe harbour to those who have suffered harrowing trauma, the two piece recently turned heads and raised eyebrows with their brilliant sophomore record Things That Hurt. We recently got in touch with Lucinda Livingstone (Vocals, Guitar) who broke down the s...

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