There’s a certain charm to a venue as versatile as Heaven, which is an LGBT nightclub that doubles as a concert hall. Its stage has hosted some of the most revered artists of all time, and on Wednesday, October 13, it was Black Honey‘s turn to grab a piece of the action for their sold out headline show.
It was a mixed bag of people filling up the main space of Camden’s Roundhouse when goth-rockers The Sisters of Mercy played their first show of a three-date residency on Friday, September 10.
Fusing all the best elements of punk and metal, Real Authority established themselves as a force to be reckoned with when they released their sensational debut EP True Motion in 2019.
Live music is back with a vengeance, and the galvanizing rock ‘n roll trio High Functioning made sure they were one of the first on the scene as they took to the stage at The Chequers pub in Walthamstow, East London.
After rescheduling several times due to the worsening of the COVID-19 pandemic, Slam Dunk Festival will finally take place in September for the first time since May 2019. There have been several changes to the lineup where certain artists can no longer make it, but organizers have ensured that every replacement has been just as good. For those attending, this […]
The latest and considerably most ambitious addition to Waterparks’ alphabetized discography is the highly anticipated Greatest Hits. The record’s name alone is setting the bar high, but this is not a band that would make such a statement unless they could not only meet but succeed expectations.
Released on Friday, April 23, via Airbag Records, High Functioning’s eponymous debut EP is a white-hot thrasher. It’s fast-paced punk at its finest, compact but more than enough to tide you over. The production value here is through the roof—it was recorded at Toe Rag Studios in Hackney by Grammy-winner Liam Watson, who famously worked on The White Stripes’ Elephant.
Following on from their recent LP release, Cowboy Flying Saucer are set to drop a double-sided single today, April 2. ‘Mascara’ is headlining in this instance, followed by ‘I Threw Something Awful On It’. This is a strictly limited physical release with only 25 copies of the 7″ available (and already sold out at the time of this review!), with […]
The music industry as we know it has changed drastically, and artists are now desperate to find new ways to connect with their fans. With shows not feasible in most countries currently, live streams have become the new norm. Texas-bred band Waterparks are one of the latest to jump on the bandwagon, offering ticket and merch packages for a live […]
Brighton indie rockers Black Honey made a splash with their eponymous 2018 debut, leaving them with huge shoes to fill in regards to their follow-up. With vocalist Izzy B. Phillips at the helm, Written & Directed drives home what is, of late, a particularly relevant message of female empowerment.
Cowboy Flying Saucer are a bit of a local legend in Walthamstow, a town in North East London whose previous musical exports include East 17 and Blazin’ Squad. However, that is where comparisons must end as there is nothing quite like CFS’s avant-garde stylings.
Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Kelc Galluzzo, who goes by the stage name Jetty Bones, proves that talent is found in the most unlikely of places.
Formed by three talented musicians with years of touring and recording experience under their belts, Twin XL has quietly been rising to the top since they released their first single, ‘Good’, in 2019.
2020 has not been the best of years for the average music fan, with concerts and the like generally taking a backseat as we all figure out how to navigate this strange new world. Fans of LA-based indie rockers The Wrecks have been luckier than most, however. The band released their debut album, Infinitely Ordinary, back in May, and now a […]
Taylor Swift has spent the best part of her career defying all odds. From her humble beginnings as the darling of country to her more recent successes in the world of pop, she’s very much incapable of putting out anything short of stunning.
Seattle rockers Acceptance were cutting their teeth in the music scene before a considerable amount of contemporarily popular bands were even past their youth.