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 →

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 →

Reviewed – Jack Henderson – Nobody Gets Hurt

Rating - 3/5 Glasgow’s own Jack Henderson brings us his latest single “Nobody Gets Hurt” from his upcoming album “Where’s The Revolution” which is due for release on 2nd October 2020. “Nobody Gets Hurt” delivers a bundle of pain and disappointment written out and delivered with soul searing emotion and hurt. Jack’s voice is the... 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 →

Reviewed – Fordë – Despite Yesterday

Rating - 3.5/5 Listen on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUc6PjzWxks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heyitsforde/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heyitsforde/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/heyitsforde ‘Despite Yesterday’ is the debut release from British singer-songwriter Fordë; it’s an eclectic  exploration of hip hop, electronica. punk and alternative music written against the backdrop of COVID-19. How does the mixing and matching of these potentially disparate styles pan out? Well, let’s find... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – The Ghosts of Helags – Parallel

Rating - 4/5 website: http://www.theghostofhelags.comFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/theghostofhelagsTwitter: @theghostofhelagsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theghostofhelagsofficial/ As a little reminder, The Ghost of Helags are singer-songwriter and producer duo Teresa Woischiski and John Alexander Ericson. Hailing from Sweden and now located in Berlin. We looked at their previous single Chemistry which was inspired by a night time drive and was full of eerie... 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 →

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