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 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)

1990 Albums, Classic Album Review, My Favourite Albums

Jeff Buckley – Grace (Review)

In my eyes, "Grace" is the best album of all time. Without Grace, my life would be so much more different to how it is now. When I first found Jeff Buckley's music, it turned my life completely around and made me realise how much music means to me. It really opened my eyes to how much I want a career… Continue reading Jeff Buckley – Grace (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)

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)

2018 Singles

The Pink Diamond Revue ft Legpuppy – Acid Dol (Single Review)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIr2hQEWKNc Aspects of eccentric style of music; The Pink Diamond Revue have released a new song (14th Feb) about their front "person", who is known to be from another dimension. Acid Dol is a biographical song purely about their "doll", and already, I'm slightly freaked out of this mannequin. On the song, Legpuppy, a trip-hop/dance band feature and… Continue reading The Pink Diamond Revue ft Legpuppy – Acid Dol (Single Review)