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 Singles

Restless Youth – My Medicine (Review)

The third studio release from Theo, known as Restless Youth, is the personal track “My Medicine”. From Glastonbury in the UK, Theo began to write songs at the young age of 13 after being inspired by the history of reggae and artists such as the Marley family. Theo describes his songs as “protest music”, I… Continue reading Restless Youth – My Medicine (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Muse – Simulation Theory (Review)

One of the most famous trios of all time, Muse released their highly anticipated 8th studio album 2 months ago today. With hitting number 1 in the UK album charts, the album takes Muse towards their electronic influence. With a lot of fans dissing Muse for not sticking to their pioneering stadium rock tunes, this album… Continue reading Muse – Simulation Theory (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 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

The HomeGrown – Just Another Royal Wedding (EP Review)

Known for their catchy choruses and honest opinions, the politically inspired band; The HomeGrown blend together soft guitar chords, quirky bass riffs, singing, rapping and simple drum beats to create their sound. The band have only been together for 3 years, where the frontman and guitarist met at university, now the band are based in Bedford and… Continue reading The HomeGrown – Just Another Royal Wedding (EP Review)

2017 Albums

Phil Matthews (The Village) – Carnival of Fools (Review)

Phil Matthews aka The Village released his Carnival of Fools album back in 2017. With elements of traditional folk music and americana, Phil has built up a fan base around the Midlands. With influences from The Beatles to the Beach Boys, The Village's music is known to be a magical place for outsiders and oddballs. The album features tracks, "The Secret Garden" which he wrote in… Continue reading Phil Matthews (The Village) – Carnival of Fools (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Hush Mozey – Tales of Bigotry (EP Review)

Being their debut release, "Tales of Bigotry" is a strong EP for Hush Mozey and they definitely should be ready for their future, because through my eyes, it seems pretty bright. Their music delivers influences from punk, grunge, ska and "drowsy rock and roll." The Bristol based band have grown a following and have even took to the stage at Y-Not… Continue reading Hush Mozey – Tales of Bigotry (EP Review)

2017 Albums

Shaun Gambowl Walsh & the Plagiarists – The Broth (EP Review)

"The Broth" came out in July 2017 being Shaun Gambowl Walsh & the Plagiarists second release. Let's just say, this band are not for the plain hearted, innocent people of the world. With their genre sitting comfortably in the space punk category, they're known for causing controversy with their music. Bringing humour and explicit content into their… Continue reading Shaun Gambowl Walsh & the Plagiarists – The Broth (EP Review)