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 →

Reviewed – Darling BOY – Air-Conditioned Gypsy

1/5 ‘Air-Conditioned Gypsy’ is the latest release from Darling BOY following his ‘In Flames!’ EP in 2015 and delivers a positive and optimistic outlook to life and the future. Any listener will hear the immediate influence of Oasis and The Smiths. The introduction gives us a rapid strumming pattern which resembles and sped up ‘Wonderwall’... Continue Reading →

Real Talk – Desolated

After returning last summer for a strong for passionate festival appearances and headline shows Desolated let everybody know that they are back with a vengeance. The band was a driving force and relentlessly took British beatdown across the globe before sadly having some time away from the scene to focus on their personal lives in... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Taylor Swift – Folklore

Rating - 4/5 ‘Folklore’ is the latest offering from Taylor Swift, which as you can imagine from the name, borrows heavily from the folk tradition. It’s a collection of stories, self reflection and assorted musings set to a backdrop of downbeat, alternative folk and dream pop. Aaron Dessner and Jack Antanoff are credited as co-writers... Continue Reading →

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