METZ / Wytches The Deaf Institute, Manchester 22/11/2013 Manchester’s stunning boutique venue, The Deaf Institute is happily sheltering an abundance of young adults from tonights wintery November nip. With it’s vintage wallpaper and am-dram style theatre seating plan, this small space will soon play host to a selection of grunge inspired noise from one of […]Read more "Live Review: METZ"
Oh Brighton, you’ve only gone and done it again… Have a listen to the lovely, lazy sounds of Lion Bark. Their dreamy guitars and steady beats are perfect for any sun-drench afternoon, and if this first track, ‘Two Prongs’ is anything to go by their debut will be sublime. We can’t wait to hear more. […]Read more "Lion Bark"
Here’s some delightful acoustic music for you to enjoy this weekend from the very talent Jake Mattison. We found him busking on a street corner two years ago in Brighton during The Great Escape festival and his new track ‘Golden Friend’ is simply beautiful. Listen now…Read more "Jake Mattison"
I’ve spent this afternoon in Birmingham listening to the cities “finest” bands, and needless to say it has been an emotional roller coaster. But after soon realising that the scene is mainly made up of people who have never managed to get over the fact that they were too late to see Nirvana live, I’ve […]Read more "5 Things Better Than ‘B-Town’ That Begin With The Letter B"
Catchy guitar-led pop rock from the sunny seaside town of Brighton. Check out the review for their new EP, due out on the 3rd June. Bursting with a youthful energy and presented in the glorious sound of guilt-free pop rock, Brighton’s latest hopefuls The New Union have got all the qualities you’d expect to find […]Read more "Band Of The Week: The New Union"
Brighton based indie band Kins have got some rather wonderful songs they’d like to share with you. Have a listen to the stunning, yet slightly fragile sound of ‘Pale Faced Fear’ below, and make sure you head over to their Soundcloud page to download the EP for free.Read more "Kins"