2018 EPs/Albums

The Creature Appeal – You Shouldn’t, But I Know You Probably Will (Review)

Local indie band, The Creature Appeal, from Birmingham released their debut EP in October 2018 which has already had quite a lot of streams on Spotify as well as their debut single having over 6,000 streams alone. They've been played on BBC Introducing a fair few times too. Implying that they hope to release new tunes… Continue reading The Creature Appeal – You Shouldn’t, But I Know You Probably Will (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 Singles

Future Fires – Keep A Secret (Review)

Four-piece indie rock band from Birmingham, Future Fires are full of energy and are ready for anything. Formed in 2017 and serving a wide range of shows across the country, they released their latest single “Keep A Secret” back in October. With drawing influences from The Editors, The Subways and The Killers to name a… Continue reading Future Fires – Keep A Secret (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

The Tenmours – Maze (Review)

Formed in December 2013 by Alex Johnston-Seymour & Ross Tennant, the talented songwriting duo became an important part in Folk Fusion. Folk fusion is fused with folk, rock and world music - all genres that will definitely get your feet stomping and your jaws dropping. They’re known for creating a true energetic experience at their… Continue reading The Tenmours – Maze (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

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

Warriors of the Dystotheque – I Know You’ll Never Die (Review)

Released on the 12th October, Warriors of the Dystotheque make their anticipated return after released their debut album "Madness In The Method” in January. Want to hear something completely bizarre? Some of the band haven’t actually met before or been in the same studio at the same time. They’re known as being an online project and it’s crazy… Continue reading Warriors of the Dystotheque – I Know You’ll Never Die (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Alarm the Captain – I Know You’ll Get Hurt (Review)

I was so proud when I got this submission to review Alarm the Captain’s album through my emails because they’re from Israel and found my blog, the power of the internet is extraordinary. The band formed in 2014 and have been trying to get a good following around the world. The band are hoping to relocate… Continue reading Alarm the Captain – I Know You’ll Get Hurt (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)