2019 EPs

SUNGLO – Are You Happy? (Review)

Previous MoggBlog stars SUNGLO summit the air with their fierce take on grunge fuzz. Here with their debut EP “Are You Happy?”, the EP was released a week ago today. Already circulating recognition, the Manchester based fuzz rockers uplift the aura with an psychedelic grunge fusion.  "Rainpour" takes to the stage as the EP’s opener.… Continue reading SUNGLO – Are You Happy? (Review)

2019 Singles

Miss June – Best Girl (Review)

Based in New Zealand, Miss June have just returned from supporting Idles all around NZ and just announced they’ve signed to Frenchkiss Records. It’s safe to say that the band are getting the recognition that they truly deserve. “Best Girl” is their latest experiment that sounds like The Breeders had a lovechild with Sonic Youth.… Continue reading Miss June – Best Girl (Review)

2019 EPs

Neverlanded – F.U.U (Review)

Even though Neverlanded’s debut EP dropped on April Fools day, this is no joking matter. Featuring four compelling tracks, they’re bringing Grunge back into the limelight after a long time in the shadows. Bringing a whole new definition to energy and an ‘electrifying’ atmosphere, the band are influenced by the grunge movement of the 90’s.… Continue reading Neverlanded – F.U.U (Review)

2019 Singles

SUNGLO – Elevator Belle (Review)

It’s like Sonic Youth had a love child with the Pixies and created SUNGLO. Manchester based quartet are back with the infectious “Elevator Belle.” 2018 saw the release of their debut single “I Don’t Mind”, which took Manchester by storm with Sunglo’s defying “happy filth” sound, which is probably the best way to describe them… Continue reading SUNGLO – Elevator Belle (Review)

2019 Singles

R G Acoustic – Political (Review)

Multi instrumentalist Robert Garbett has been writing music for numerous years as a therapeutic process with dealing with life issues. As a true songwriter, he writes his feelings down and portrays them exactly through the music. Taking influence from a whole string of genres, you really can hear the grunge side of Robert in his latest… Continue reading R G Acoustic – Political (Review)

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

She Makes War – Brace for Impact (Review)

Finally getting round to sitting down and reviewing this really great album. For people who don’t know, Bristol based, Laura Kidd has her own solo project called She Makes War. Think delicate, angelic vocals over powerful, melancholy grunge ballads, pretty cool huh? She Makes War is FIERCE. With already 3 albums and 2 EPS under… Continue reading She Makes War – Brace for Impact (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Vertical Noise – It’s Not What You Think (Review)

Vertical Noise are known as a power trio. A simple layout of vocals, guitar, bass and drums. Sometimes, music is best kept simple and this band certainly showcase the simplicity in their line up. Saying that, they take influences from bands such as Muse, Blood Red Shoes and I can really hear the rawness of… Continue reading Vertical Noise – It’s Not What You Think (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Our Girl – Stranger Today (Review)

  I've been waiting for Brighton based Our Girl's debut album ever since I first heard of them back in November when I saw them support Marika Hackman. They blew me away from the first song they played. For a trio, they have such a big sound and Stranger Today just confirms that. I find it really interesting that this album features 6… Continue reading Our Girl – Stranger Today (Review)