Godmanchester Chinese Bridge Single Review- The Howl & The Hum 29/03/17

Hey guys! So my favourite new discovery, The Howl & The Hum, have finally released their first single online and as if this wasn’t exciting enough, it happens to be my absolute favourite song that I’ve heard them play. I first heard these lads support ‘Heir’ at The Wardrobe last year and was so astounded … Continue reading Godmanchester Chinese Bridge Single Review- The Howl & The Hum 29/03/17

Little Comets at Leeds University Stylus 17/03/17

Hi guys! Last night I went to see one of my all-time favourite bands Little Comets for the fourth time who have just released their newest album ‘Worhead’. Having not had chance to listen to it prior to the gig I was incredibly excited to hear it live for the first time and experience it … Continue reading Little Comets at Leeds University Stylus 17/03/17

Upcoming bands of 2017

Hey guys, sorry that I haven't posted in such a long time, I've been ridiculosly busy! However, I have compiled a list of bands who have recently released music that I think you should keep your eye on particularly this year. This will probably be in two parts so here's part one...   'Fiction Act' … Continue reading Upcoming bands of 2017

“F*ck it, let’s do it now”: An interview with Oscar Lulu

After releasing ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’ just 5 days ago, Sundara Karma’s electrifying debut album has already reached into the Top 20 of the charts and stunned various critics such as the Daily Star who claimed it was ‘2017’s First Great Album’ as well as Clash Magazine who described it as ‘A … Continue reading “F*ck it, let’s do it now”: An interview with Oscar Lulu

‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’, Sundara Karma’s debut review

I have been a fan of Sundara Karma since their emergence in 2014 so when they announced that they were finally releasing their debut ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’ last year, I was ecstatic. Having released the titles of their tracklist prior to the actual release, I was pleased to see their classics … Continue reading ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’, Sundara Karma’s debut review

Bands To Look Out For In The New Year!

Hey guys, now that christmas has come to an end and we're fast approaching the New Year, I thought I would select my top 5 bands of 2016 who I believe have all the potential to absolutely smash next year. If you've been reading my previous posts, I have already mentioned a few of the … Continue reading Bands To Look Out For In The New Year!

Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles Interview 16/12/16

I had the pleasure to interview and review former lead guitarist and founder of Catfish and the Bottlemen Billy Bibby and his new band 'The Wry Smiles'. Comprised of BB, Rob Jones, Matt Thomas and Mike Pearce, these newcomers have been extremely busy over the course of 2016 in the release of their EP Bide … Continue reading Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles Interview 16/12/16

‘Heir’ at The Wardobe, Leeds 07/12/16

‘Heir’ are an indie-pop quintet who originated from “all over the place” ranging from Blackpool to Exeter who I had the pleasure of seeing last night at The Wardrobe in Leeds. From start to finish, the pure vitality and vigour of all five members radiated and filled every corner of the venue. ‘Heir’ are perfectionists … Continue reading ‘Heir’ at The Wardobe, Leeds 07/12/16

Most underrated band of the year: An interview with Glass Caves

‘Glass Caves’ are a Pontefract 4-piece indie rock band who took to the stage at the Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds on 18/11/16. Opening with the first track ‘Go’ from their debut, raw and gritty lyrics are impassioned by Matt’s raspy vocals as their collective efforts as polished musicians merge together to form a concoction … Continue reading Most underrated band of the year: An interview with Glass Caves

My current favourites 

  Hey guys, sorry I haven't written anything for such a long time, I've been so busy! I have constructed a list of some of my favourite songs at the moment. They are all written by modern bands and artists but some are older songs than others. Hope you enjoy! Turnover// Diazepam Peripheral Vision by … Continue reading My current favourites