2018 Singles

Far Suns Fall – Shape of the World (Review)

An electric influence of Blues, Grunge, and Alternative rock music is secured with GoLoud Records band Far Suns Fall. They released their first single "Shape of the World" from debut album “Aphelion” (due for release in April) back in November. With the debut album still to be released, the band are generating a strong fan base. Combining all their… Continue reading Far Suns Fall – Shape of the World (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Equatorial Group – Apricity (Review)

Think Fleetwood Mac but more folk orientated. The Equatorial Group are a group of friends from the East of Sussex. With many things in common but primarily being the same influences in music and life, the five piece band create a gentle landscape with their subtle but powerful compositions. Released on May 25th, Apricity is… Continue reading The Equatorial Group – Apricity (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Audrey – EP (Review)

Playing in and around Hull, as Audrey, the original rock and roll band are destined to be stars. The band started off as a jam between the songwriter and drummer, then before they knew it, a 4 piece band were in the pipelines. They promise to hold an energetic and engaging live set up and… Continue reading Audrey – EP (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Dollymops – Gap Year Tourists (Review)

You may never have heard of The Dollymops, but for any newbies, they’re a 4 piece, indie-punk band from Oxford. Drawing influences from the classic indie prodigies that are The Libertines, The Strokes, The Clash and that small band from Manchester called Oasis, The Dollymops second EP has that refreshing indie sound that every indie… Continue reading The Dollymops – Gap Year Tourists (Review)

2015 Albums

The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)

Sean’s a musician from a little place called Bishops Castle in Shropshire. Sean’s soulful approach to his music screams out in his original compositions with his own band complimenting his work beautifully. With "The Story of How We Lose Control" being almost 3 years old in two weeks time, the debut solo album is beaming… Continue reading The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)

2018 Singles

GoldWater – Warpath (Single Review)

From their hometown of Leicester, the lads of GoldWater are known for their foot stomping music. Their latest single “Warpath” just cements that fact to be 100% true. The track is drowned with a blues structure, but it’s the big gospel vocals that situates the song with a natural hip hop essence. This essence definitely… Continue reading GoldWater – Warpath (Single Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Tom Misch – Geography (Review)

Not many folk had heard of Tom Misch until his latest release, the timeless album "Geography"  back in April. I can already tell that in a decade or so, this album will simply be put as a "classic", as the production, the songwriting, the talent is oozing with goodness out of every pour. Tom is only 23 years… Continue reading Tom Misch – Geography (Review)

2018 Singles, Live Reviews

Meme Detroit & Institutes live at The Night Owl, Birmingham – 5th May 2018 (Review)

I went to see Meme Detroit with support from Institutes live on the 5th May at the Night Owl. I know both bands personally so it was nice to go and do a feature on both. Institutes brought their theatrical side out with the theme tune of the Avengers signalling their first track. Gareth’s vocals were… Continue reading Meme Detroit & Institutes live at The Night Owl, Birmingham – 5th May 2018 (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Quill – Grey Goose Call (EP Review)

Quill are not only known for their unique musical style... they create a musical journey through the ages with their live set up. After listening to Grey Goose Call, it's now a fact that they create the same energetic live essence throughout the studio recording. They sit comfortably within the celtic folk/rock genre and it's safe to say,… Continue reading Quill – Grey Goose Call (EP Review)