Certain aspects of London sub-culture make it hard to disassociate yourself from the certain stereo-types that come to mind, namely – leather jackets, exhaust fumes and grit. Seemingly, there is never going to be a time where street level society will become too elite for bands that champion themselves as bridging alternative attitude with high … Continue reading ‘New Blondie’ Bexatron Resonates High Energy Performance to Conquer Europe
Journeying back across the Atlantic from the riotous furore that has swept across the US, ever evolving, self-styled, psychedelic-punk outfit Wartoad are set to conclude their ‘Don’t Step on Me’ World Tour by unleashing themselves upon a pilgrimage of some of the leading punk and indie venues up and down the UK. Perhaps the most eye … Continue reading Punkadelic Prog-Frog Superstars Wartoad to Tour UK!
Defining ‘punk’ is like trying to ask The Sex Pistols to please keep the noise down. Whilst the good intention might be there, it’s a truly futile effort. Throughout the years punk has evolved in both the UK and USA to mean different things and be recognised differently by every generation. Classic punk can, of … Continue reading Rare Americans are making a name for themselves with debut self titled album
Every day new music is being created. Whether it be in high production recording studios or someone’s mum’s basement, the world will never be devoid of fresh sound as long as creative people are encouraged to pursue their talents. Yet not everything can start from nothing and many aspiring artists find themselves using the works … Continue reading Cover Countdown
Not always being up to date with the latest consoles has allowed me to recently indulge in some forgotten video games that were true favourites growing up. Playing the games now has allowed my enjoyment to move beyond the games themselves to appreciate the effort put into their creation with, of course, a specific focus … Continue reading The Soundtrack of a Childhood
With the summer holidays finally upon us for some and just around the corner for others, most of us are probably ready to let all inhibitions go and have a well over due celebration. Whether it be a sizzling BBQ, getting ready for prom, psyching up for graduation or just wanting to unwind after a … Continue reading Party Playlist
Just because I am currently too overwhelmed by Pray for the Wicked to review it right now, I want to draw attention to another ground-breaking album that helped me through some really tough times. Everyone knows the nineties didn’t really end until about 2006 but I was still late to the party in 2011 when … Continue reading From the Vault: Alanis Morissette