Album Review: Gengahr – A Dream Outside

GengahrA Dream OutsideRelease Date: 15th June 2015After an impressive string of singles, that has seen this band played on 6Music, featured on blogs and in the music press and gaining plenty of fans around the country and the world, the Gengahr lads have finally released their much anticipated debut album. ‘A Dream Outside’ is bound [...]

Album Review: Drenge – Undertow

DrengeUndertowRelease Date: 6th April 2015Having risen to prominence over the last year or so, Derbyshire brothers Drenge have become one of the best two piece rock bands on the scene. Recently, the band released their second album ‘Undertow’ and it is nothing short of a masterpiece of an album.Coming in at just over 30 minutes, [...]

Album Review: Callaghan – A History of Now

CallaghanA History of NowRelease Date: 12th April 2015British born singer/songwriter Callaghan has spent the past four years enjoying great success in the States and the last 2 years writing the follow up to her critically acclaimed debut ‘Life In Full Colour’. This new album sees a shift in sound and growth in her music and [...]

EP Review: Delicate Holly – Love. Hate. Control.

Delicate HollyLove • Hate • ControlRelease date: 27th April 2015Formed in the spring of 2013, Delicate Holly quickly gained a fanbase on their local scene of Cheltenham playing plenty of shows in the area. Since then they have supported the likes of The Subways and Coasts, they’ve had many festival sets and headlined plenty of [...]

Album Review: Gray Charles – headbumpkiss

Gray CharlesheadbumpkissRelease Date: 23rd December 2014Bishop Stortford based artist Gray Charles has recently released this, his first album as solo artist, it is a collection of his most intimate songs and a stunning listen. Previously playing in band Ferocious Lights, it was in 2013 when the guys parted ways, from then on he has carved [...]

EP Review: Milestones – Equal Measures

MilestonesEqual MeasuresRelease Date: 6th April 2015‘Equal Measures’ is the debut EP from Milestones is a great release from a band whose average age is only 18. The band recorded the EP last year with former Bring Me The Horizon sound guy Phil Gonnell, where the quartet created five songs well above their years and are [...]

EP Review: Inherit The Stars – Beyond The Beacons

Inherit The StarsBeyond The BeaconsRelease Date: 8th DecemberSheffield alternative metalcore quartet Inherit The Stars have recently released ‘Beyond The Beacons’ the 5 track EP follow up to their 2014 debut album ‘We Were Made To Walk The Skies’. The EP was launched with a triumphant hometown show at the beginning of February and this release [...]

EP Review: Essence – Smoke and Mirrors

EssenceSmoke and MirrorsRelease Date: 2nd February 2015Progressive metalcore five piece Essence from Belgium take inspiration from the most creative and progressive parts of the metal scene and that is something that can be seen delivered through their heavy layered sounds of thundering percussion and riffs alongside melodies and great, life-affirming lyrics. With their lead singer, [...]

Album Review: Fall Out Boy – American Beauty/American Psycho

Fall Out BoyAmerican Beauty/American PsychoRelease Date: 19th January 2015A very powerful album, full of huge tracks that will ultimately get you pumped up and give you that bit of confidence and ballsy attitude we all need. In many ways this is a huge departure from the Fall Out Boy of 10 years ago but it [...]

Album Review: Tracey Browne & Raevennan Husbandes – East By North West

Tracey Browne and Raevennan HusbandesEast by North WestRelease Date: 21st December 2014When it comes to debut albums they are always hugely anticipated either by the many through media hype and coverage or the few loyal fans of a band or act. The debut album from these two very talented woman is not an exception to [...]