Big Light Shining Through: The Insides

Follow the band on Instagram - @the_insides @evilsisterart (Joe- singer/guitarist) @iangallagher12(Ian- bass) @nowhereusa(Mark- drums)  Philadelphia. Yet another East Coast city that shines through with a big light musically. I mean we’ve got bands like Circa Survive, Modern Baseball, and The Starting Line, just to name a few. It is no wonder when living and or growing... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – The Sad Song Co. – Saudade

Rating - 2.5/5 The Sad Song Co. is Nigel Powell (formerly of Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls) and returns this month with his latest album “Saudade” which is due to be released on 22nd Jan 2021, but is preceded by the latest single “My Saccharine” which arrives just before on the 15th. Saudade means... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Greysha – Aspirin

Rating - 4/5 Aspirin, the latest single by Greysha, sees the Shropshire based singer bring a darkly compelling track that makes you want to listen more than once. It's got a mid-nineties trip hop vibe that’s hard not to love, not only in it's nostalgia but also the fact that it's well done. Not a... Continue Reading →

Real Talk – Hemai

Heami, from Birmingham England, has a modern initiative like no other. The young aspiring musician has managed to truly embrace and master the art of blending sounds and combing textures to create a fantastic modern display of art. This can be heard in his whole body of work and even more prominently on his latest... 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 →

Real Talk – Terror

Change can be a process that some find difficult, but to some, it comes naturally. So natural that it takes absolutely no effort to blend and mold yourself with the current scene and countless peers that come and go as the year's pass. Terror has successfully been a longstanding force in the worldwide Hardcore scene... Continue Reading →

Real Talk – Greysha

Creating new music and progressing forward as an artist can come with its changes. Projecting your new creativity to the world can leave an artist with some reflection. Grace Keeling experienced exactly this and now resides under the name "Greysha" allowing her to portray her life experiences and storytelling in music the most organic way... Continue Reading →

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