Turbowolf – Scala, London – LIVE REVIEW

Turbowolf are undefinable and uncontrollable. Tonight they threw a party in London on the penultimate date of their UK tour.   Brighton’s Big Spring were the night’s opening band. The first of three acts who are all noted for having created their own interesting sounds, Big Spring’s performance was a focused one. On point vocals and an undeniable connection were only slightly weakened by a rigid stage presence that will certainly by warmed up once their fan base has grown.[…]

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Loathe & Holding Absence – Boston Music Room, London – LIVE REVIEW

After turning more than a few heads with their split EP, This Is As One, last month, Holding Absence and Loathe have taken to the road with an explosive co-headline tour, stopping off at London’s Boston Music Room. Tonight’s support came from Sleep Token who nobody knows too much about. They claim that they are ‘united by their worship of an ancient deity crudely dubbed “Sleep”, since no modern tongue can properly express it’s name.’ Sleep Token are a masked,[…]

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MARCH EXPOSURE – Yur Mum

Take it from people who know – when you put the name ‘Yur Mum’ on a gig poster, people take notice. It’s pretty hilarious, and definitely serves a purpose of attracting attention but the name matches these guys perfectly. Formed in London in 2016, Yur Mum are a three-piece grunge band who happen to be the epitome of good rock music. Their name is as in-your face as they are and definitely just as eccentric. Whilst people might come for[…]

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afterLIVE LIVE IV – The Exchange, Bristol – GALLERY

The afterLIVE party stormed into Bristol in February for a night of incredible rock music from across the country.  Manchester’s MINNO, Bristol’s own KAMINO and London’s Yur Mum came together for an absolute stonker of a line up. It’s safe to say they absolutely blew the lid off of the intimate venue. Huge thank yous are owed to all three bands, The Exchange, and all of you for coming down. It’s incredible to see how these shows are growing and[…]

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The Front Bottoms – The Roundhouse, London – LIVE REVIEW

The Front Bottoms had a sensational 2017 in the UK playing 2000 Trees Festival, touring the country’s arenas with Blink-182, as you do, and just missing out on a top 40 slot with latest album Going Grey. Now the New Jersey emo/indie/folk rockers can add an incredible UK headline tour to their list of achievements and a packed out night at London’s Roundhouse. When the opening band are currently unsigned, known for a DIY production and are playing in the[…]

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The Front Bottoms – The Roundhouse, London – GALLERY

The Front Bottoms had a sensational 2017 in the UK playing 2000 Trees Festival, touring the country’s arenas with Blink-182, as you do, and just missing out on a top 40 slot with latest album Going Grey. Now the New Jersey emo/indie/folk rockers can add an incredible UK headline tour to their list of achievements and a packed out night at London’s Roundhouse. See our full review here!

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Wild Cat Strike – Hope & Ruin, Brighton – LIVE REVIEW

Brighton’s Wild Cat Strike have come a long way since the days of 8-minute-long instrumental tracks. Now armed with more succinct records the beautifully-noisy quartet took to the stage in their home town to tug on some heart strings. The very best bands in the world have endured an extensive development process, and Wild Cat Strike have done their fair share of growth. Formed in 2012, they have six years of gigging under their belts with slots at 2000 Trees[…]

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