Reviewed – Wishful Thinking – After Hours

Bandcamp - https://wishfulthinkingnj.bandcamp.com/album/after-hours Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Wishful51/?epa=SEARCH_BOX Instagram - https://instagram.com/wishfulthinkingnj?igshid=12cqm9yjm0sl7 Rating - 4.5/5 After Hours’ is the debut LP from Jersey pop-punk outfit Wishful Thinking; a follow up to the 2016 EP ‘We’re Not Alone’ previously reviewed on Faultline. That EP was a good showcase of the band’s sound, a taster of what they could be... Continue Reading →

Real Talk – The Magaus

The Magaus have achieved a sound that is so hard to achieve in the modern age. A musical identity that breaks the mold of the modern boundaries and shows that there are no limitations to songwriting. This band has taken a set of ideas and gave them a modern twist to provide us with a... Continue Reading →

Sound City

It's 2007. I’m in a soaking wet field in Staffordshire at V Festival. My friend Detta had got a tip about a band that we had to see called 606. None of us, her included, had heard of 606. We didn’t know what they did, who they were, or what we were letting ourselves in... Continue Reading →

CMFT Let’s see?

The first thing I feel we need to say is that this album isn’t out until the 2nd of October. Secondly, its title is the solo artists name with Mother Fucker in the middle but expressed as initials. That being said, this is Corey Taylor. Lead singer of Slipknot and Stone Sour. In case you... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Mawpit – Natures Curse

Bandcamp - https://mawpit.bandcamp.com/releases Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mawpitband/?hl=en Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/2RD7z9F2Px2N47I8jOJYpS?highlight=spotify:track:36134CQG6Gz15e0LpZdAOC Rating - 4/5 F.F.O : Wolf Alice, Royal Blood, Garbage, Turbo Wolf Modern rock from Cardiff is a simplistic way to state the identification of Mawpit. The Welsh trio are a tight unit. They quite clearly have music embedded in their daily desires and it shows... Continue Reading →

Real Talk – Frank Turner

Frank Turner is in an English Folk icon. However, his take on the modern approach to the folk genre saw him marinate his music with a Punk aesthetic. Stemming from his Hardcore beginnings, the singer-songwriter was at the heart of the London and British Hardcore scene in the late nineties and early two-thousands. After fronting... Continue Reading →

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