Festival Review: Live at Leeds 2019 – Take 2

I’ve been envious of editor Adam’s certain and confident plans for his 2019 Live at Leeds schedule; I made a couple of festival school boy errors namely being strangely (for me) indecisive about who I wanted to see, and wishing the schedule and the band clashes were something different to what they actually were. Thus until I chilled into the day, I’d worked out a … Continue reading Festival Review: Live at Leeds 2019 – Take 2

Stereo Honey release stunning new track What Makes A Man

One of the most thoughtful and insightful artists to emerge through last year was London based Stereo Honey. In particular, two of their songs on their wonderful Monuments EP offered deep food for thought as The Bay offered a moving and floating memory of the 21 Morecambe Bay Chinese immigrant cockle pickles who died on the shifting mud flats while cut off by the incoming … Continue reading Stereo Honey release stunning new track What Makes A Man

Avalanche Party // Porcelain

There are a few heavy indie bands on the live circuit at the minute that laugh loudly in the face of crazy with a sweaty, crowd surfing, get-dirty-with-the-locals performance. Avalanche Party are one of those providing a service more gratifying than sex and their efforts are clearly designed to ensure their audience go home with mad loopy grins on their faces. So when I discovered that … Continue reading Avalanche Party // Porcelain