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March 10, 2020

Brighton alt-rock quartet Wild Cat Strike have confirmed the details of their new forthcoming EP Mustard Coloured Years, released April 17th via Small Pond Records. To coincide with the announcement, the band have also released a brand new single in the form of ‘Mustard’.

“Mustard is a 2020 take on a 1950s waltz," details bassist Chris Whitehorn “We recorded at Echo Zoo, Eastbourne where the word around the campfire is that the mixing desk once be...

February 22, 2020

Regardless if you're a post-rock aficionado or a genre casual, the incredible sophomore record from Glaswegian post-rockers VASA is sonic tale that offers universal relatability An instrumental concept record that details the turbulent adventure that is growing up, Heroics is a jubilant and relatable contrast against the tawdry soundscapes commonly associated with post-rock. We recently spoke to guitarist Scott Coupar, who detailed the five album...

February 19, 2020

Hailing from Glasgow, the groove bearing post-rockers VASA made a vibrant splash in 2015 with their debut Colours. A distant and joyous cry from the tawdry atmospherics often associated with post rock, VASA painted a spattered collage that illustrated the upbeat joys and carefree wonder this often misunderstood genre is capable of. However, five years have passed since that debut, a passage of time that has brought forth the reluctant gift of mat...

February 17, 2020

“Sweat, loss of hearing and tears,” reply the band when asked about what they want people to experience when catching them live for the first time. It’s a brief but perfectly tailored answer, one that encapsulates the sound of DITZ in a nutshell. Emerging recently from the deafening hive that is the Brighton scene, the noise-punk quintet have been the subject of much debate and discussion within the UK DIY scene as of late. A topic that’s been fu...

February 8, 2020

Composed of members of Fresh, Finish Flag and Happy Accidents, the lo-fi indie punk trio Cheerbleederz soundtrack the hidden sanctums of peace and love within the callous urban labyrinth that is inner London. Released on Friday via Alcopop! Records, the group's brilliant second EP Lobotany showcases this fact through gentle, pure but fierce indie punk. We got in touch with vocalist Kathryn Woods who detailed the meanings and inspirations beneath...

February 6, 2020

With thousands upon thousands of musical artists emerging from the woodwork, it’s not surprising that new bands are attempting to create new sounds and employ new gimmicks in an attempt to distance themselves from their competitors. Now don’t get us wrong, the fact that bands are probing new musical territories and fusing genres en-mass is nothing but wildly exciting. But even still, sometimes you just want something new that’s a bit more comfort...

January 27, 2020

Copenhagen-based trio Nelson Can have been enhancing their own spin on the DIY music sector since their formation in 2011. The group’s newest endeavour comes in the form of sophomore full-length record, So Long Desire. Marking their first album in six years and three years since the arrival of EP3, the ten track offering shows off an assembly of influences and genres.

Their mix of influences and headstrong attitudes are not the only unique aspects...

November 22, 2019

Ever since releasing their debut EP in 2016, the Croydon emo collective Bellevue Days have spent the past several years wearing a slightly romantic facade, so to speak. A common staple of the DIY live circuit, the band have spent the past several years slowly but steadily building a reliable and dotted fanbase across the nation, with their introspective and withdrawn take on the genre allowing the band to be commonly associated with acts such as ...

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