Little Comets are one of the hardest grafting and underrated bands of the current music industry. Little Comets’ music seems to bathe your soul in warmth and nostalgia. They’re an old-school indie outfit complete with nifty guitar licks, compelling lyricism, and an endearing air of modesty. They are, and have been for a while now, [...]

Jaws are a Birmingham- born quartet who effortlessly fuse nifty guitar licks laced with reverb distortion with angsty and raw lyricism creating songs that linger in your subconscious for weeks. Singer Connor Schofield who’s currently residing in London whilst balancing an internship in fashion PR with his craftmanship in song writing offers an insight into [...]

Hey guys so I went to review Wolf Alice last week at the Apollo along with a photo pass! Check out what I thought below... To read on The Mancunion Website: http://mancunion.com/2017/11/17/live-review-wolf-alice/ All photos are mine North-London quartet Wolf Alice returned to the Manchester O2 Apollo with their electric second album Visions of a Life. [...]

Pale Waves are a shimmering, glimmering Mancunian quartet who have really risen to prominence over the past year in which they’ve released their first two official singles ‘There’s a Honey’ and ‘Television Romance’.  Heather’s hazy vocals embellish a blend of soft and intricate guitar riffs which are accompanied by drummer Ciara’s bold beats producing singles [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]