This week, we shed some light on Black Foxxes, whose debut EP Pines has left us so impressed that we can only predict a big year ahead for the alternative rock trio.
Quiet Quiet Band’s debut album is weird; but it’s just the right amount of weird that it’s good. Their music gives a whole new face to folk rock all the while giving us a good chuckle while they’re at it.
Coming at you with full force, Fawn Spots’ debut album is a perfect introduction to the punk hardcore trio. Read our full review here.
Enter Shikari are playing a one-off Download warm up show in an intimate venue in Bristol. Find out all the details right here.
Attention Palm Reader fans! The band’s upcoming album Beside The Ones We Love is now available for pre-order. Details here!
Excited for the release of We Are The Ocean’s new album? Come May you can see them perform new material live in teeny tiny venues. Details here.
Is Tom DeLonge still a part of Blink-182? Travis Barker speaks out and thinks it’s about time the frontman manned up and quit the band. Details here.
Nostalgic for the good ol’ days? The Answer has got a new album of rock n’ roll goodness waiting to be taken on a drive across Route 66.
There’s no secret that Light You Up are becoming a force to be reckoned with. Frontman Tom Napier shared with us a little insight on the band everyone’s currently talking about.
Monster Jaw’s sound has a whiff of nostalgia for better, carefree times when love, sex and drugs were what it was all about. Here’s our review of their new EP titled ‘Losing All My Friends’.