Reviewed – Knuckle Puck – 20/20

Rating - 4/5 Knuckle Puck has certainly come back with a bang on their highly anticipated third album 20/20. The album kicks off with the title track 20/20 and is lead by a soft melodic introduction on the guitar to be the foundation for vocalist Joe Taylor to spread a positive message that everything is... 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 – Isolates – Hollow

Rating - 4/5 Inverness outfit Isolates have already proven they are capable of writing a brilliant song or two with debut single Frost, and followup, Forces. But Hollow, their debut album, shows this was no fluke, and they have plenty more to offer. Hollow consists of seven tracks, including Frost and Forces, and clearly takes... Continue Reading →

Death – Symbloic – 25 Years on.

Twenty-Five years ago the greatest death metal album was given to the world. Symbolic by Death is a journey. A formation of songs that encrypt the listener into an inviting climb of what thrash metal had buried within itself to become. Although Symbolic came towards the end of the Death Metal genres peak in the... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Red Negative – Sweet Summer Girl

Rating - 3.5/5 Midlands five-piece, Red Negative release their single ‘Sweet Summer Girl’; an upbeat pop-rock effort that is at best extremely catchy and at worst derivative; but hey what pop-rock isn’t somewhat derivative at this point? The single arrives in advance of a longer, an unreleased project titled 'Two Metres Apart’; presumably a commentary... Continue Reading →

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