Sounds Like A Storm – Blind and Deaf

Sennen Ludman, vocalist of Leeds band Sounds Like a Storm told me earlier in the year, "Emission", their last single, is just the start, wait till you hear what we've got to come. To be honest, the track was so powerful, I honestly didn't think they could top it. Sometimes though, you have to admit... Continue Reading →

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Carnation – Fatal Attraction

2017 has been a huge year for the heavier side of indie-rock music. Whilst recent times has seen "funky" bands such as No Hot Ashes and Corella come out strong, this year has seen fuzzier tracks from bands like Cabezudos and Reverend and the Makers return to the front of the industry. The stand out... Continue Reading →

Ormstons – Bridgewater Way

Ormstons are an indie-rock band from Leeds, and have begun to create a bit of a buzz with support slots at venues like The Wardrobe, and a headline show at The Key Club this weekend that celebrated the release of their debut single, Bridgewater Way. ‘Bridgewater Way’ is a raucous indie romp if I ever... Continue Reading →

Dead Natives – I Got Menace

Single review: Dead Natives For fans of : Arctic Monkeys / Redfaces October 13th - mark your calendars for the release of this hot new single from Dead Natives, in my opinion their best work to date. After a short crescendo to kick things off, they leap straight into the song and never look back.... Continue Reading →

The Hubbards are Body Confident

Single review: The Hubbards For fans of: Pavement / Weezer I’m in aural heaven when I hear a jangling guitar and a good beat, so one of the tunes of last year came from those clean and crisp sounding Hull guys, The Hubbards, and in particular their track Merv from their Cold Cut EP. 2017... Continue Reading →

Atlanta House – Home

Atlanta House’s debut EP Home is slick, classic sounding Indie-Rock with a quietly swaggering confidence. The band, for those who don’t know, are an emerging Indie-Rock outfit from Leeds, consisting of Matt Hirst (Lead Vocals), Jake Ingleson (Rhythm Guitar & Backing Vocals), Luke Williams (Lead Guitar), Nigel Ngwenya (Bass Guitar & Backing Vocals), and Connor... Continue Reading →

Deep City Diver – Deep City Diver

Album review: Deep City Diver For fans of: The War on Drugs, Echo and the Bunnymen, Aztec Camera It says something very creditable about the faith in unsigned Hackney based trio Deep City Diver that they were able to use that lifeline Kickstarter to raise £1600 towards the printing and production costs to enable their debut... Continue Reading →

Jackobins – Outside

Single review: Jackobins For fans of: Kaiser Chiefs; Killers; JUDAS ‘Outside’ is one of those eagerly anticipated singles you can’t be disappointed with, particularly on your first listen. The Liverpudlian band who’s single ‘Hasty’ was titled BBC Radio X’s track of the week have maintained and strengthened their awesome indie rock style, which will leave... Continue Reading →

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