2019 Singles

Rachaayluu – Angel (Review)

Latest single from Rachaayluu, who is currently studying vocals at BIMM in London, is the graceful, “Angel”. Based in London while studying but originally from the West Midlands, the track sounds influenced by that personal experiences of trying to be this type of “angel” to someone special in your life (a partner or even a friend)… Continue reading Rachaayluu – Angel (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

PaperWolf – Talk About It (Review)

It’s safe to say that the indie rock scene at the moment is probably at the biggest it’s ever been. PaperWolf are here to just prove that even more. The power trio from the south of London already have quite a good discography under their sleeves. The new EP “Talk About It” is a collage of… Continue reading PaperWolf – Talk About It (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)

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

The Garage Flowers – Crashing The Party (Single Review)

London-based band, The Garage Flowers are a typical bad boy, dirty rock and roll band. The energy they create in their songs is unbelievable and reminds of what The Rolling Stones would have sounded like if they took their music down the slightly heavier guitar tone route. The Garage Flowers fan base is forever gaining with thousands of followers on their… Continue reading The Garage Flowers – Crashing The Party (Single Review)