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
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
Hey guys, Stockport's 5-piece indie poprock band finally released their self-titled debut album yesterday on 5th August 2016. After having their name plastered on my twitter feed over the past year, particularly the last few months with the release of singles 'Charlemagne' and 'Getaway', it was pretty much impossible not to listen to them. The … Continue reading Blossoms’ debut is finally here!
Alistair James is a singer/songwriter from Middlesbrough who hadn't initially planned to go solo following his band's split before 2013 but as fate would have it, with a small independent record deal under his belt, he soon began writing and playing again. Alistair has had an incredible few years with recieving praise from Mark Plati … Continue reading Alistair James, ‘Just Getting Older’ Review
Hey guys, So as most of you are probably aware, I am a massive Catfish and the Bottlemen fan and if you are familiar with the band yourself, you will know that former Catfish guitarist Billy Bibby founded his own band earlier last year (2015), naming it ‘Billy Bibby and The Wry Smiles’. Since their … Continue reading Billy Bibby and The Wry Smiles, ‘Are You Ready?’ Review
To start, I am a massive fan of Catfish and the Bottlemen so have waited for 'The Ride' for quite literally 2 years after their debut album, 'The Balcony' was released in 2014. Already, I genuinely believe that Catfish have had an extremely difficult task with topping such an incredible debut. Before I get into … Continue reading Catfish and the Bottlemen ‘The Ride’ Review 27/05/16