Playing Pretend: Few Faces

Pop Punk. A lot of people have their own opinions on who and what defines this genre. People want to protect and defend it and some even criticize bands and artists for not “staying true” to what they think the genre should be and sound like. However, shouldn’t we be praising and encouraging new bands... Continue Reading →

Animal Instincts: Title Holder

Today we take a journey into some new East Coast territory…New York. There we find a gentleman who seems to be a Jack of all musical trades. His name is Matt Sullivan and he is about to take us on a journey into the land of Ska. Grab your sax and let’s head to the... Continue Reading →

Comfort in Solitude: The Harbor

Solitude. There is no doubt that solitude can bring a lot of uncertainty. Finding comfort in it can also be a grizzly task. However, even with the lows, it can bring, it also never ceases to help with the creation of something great.We often are gifted with great music when bands and artists take some... Continue Reading →

Covered In Smoke – Saver

I want you to think about a song you’ve listened to lately that brought you comfort. The way its lyrics wrapped you up in peace and its melodies took you far away from whatever you were going through at that moment. After all, isn’t that why we love music and its ability to be our... Continue Reading →

Goalkeeping in La La Land

Nothing will ever beat the feeling of going to see your favorite band or artist live. The anticipation before. The waiting in line and possibly meeting new pong partner. The wondering if they’ll play your favorite song. But I think the best part of shows is the fact that we all came together for one... Continue Reading →

Reviewed John Mayer – Sob Rock

Rating - 2/5 John Mayer is an extremely polarising figure in the musical world, so let me caveat this review by saying that I’m unashamedly a huge fan of the majority of his work. He’s a fantastic songwriter with a lot in the bag when it comes to guitar heroics and up to this point,... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Harry Leo – Youthquake

Rating - 3.5/5 Follow Harry Leo on - Instagram /// Tiktok /// Twitter /// Facebook Youthquake’ is the debut single from Birmingham singer and songwriter Harry Leo, released as part of an upcoming EP titled ‘Social Commentaries’ set for release later in the year. Drawing from the sounds of pop-rock radio staples in the style... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Noprism – Order

Rating - 3/5 Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisisnoprism Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisisnoprism Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisisnoprism/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/thisisnoprism Noprism, the synthwave four piece from Newcastle take us back to the heady days of Duran Duran and Human League with aplomb. The vocals lack the saturated darkness of soul of Ian Curtis and the track definitely carries a lighter feel, rather than a... Continue Reading →

A Year of Coping: Casa Loma

We are halfway through 2021 and sometimes I feel like we still get stuck reminiscing on how rough 2020 was. Now it is definitely easy to sit and go on about how hard last year was, but I don’t think we need any more reminders, or articles for that matter, dissecting the hardships of 2020.... Continue Reading →

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