Reviewed – Cat SFX – Doom Generation

Rating - 3.5/5 Cat SFX’s track ‘Doom Generation’ is a dark pop track with some heavier sounding  influences in the vein of NIN, Placebo et al. It’s a classic “rage against” track, exploring social and political issues. In Cat’s own words: Doom Generation is a commentary on my personal experiences of mental health issues, big... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Passion Flower – Picture Perfect

Rating 4.5/5 Passion Flower, hailing from Warrington UK, brings us nostalgic, but modernised sounds of early 2000s emo and pop punk. The artist gracefully brings attention to the effects of mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, feelings of intense hopelessness, however contrastingly delivers the essence of love.   ‘Picture Perfect’ is the first single from... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Owen – The Avalanche

Rating - 5/5 It had been a good few years since I had last engaged with the work of Owen, however the release of singles ‘A New Muse’ and ‘On with the Show’ brought everything back to me.  I was taken back to when I first discovered the solo material of the infamous Mike Kinsella... 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 →

Reviewed: Wishbone – Pseudo Planet EP

Released: 1st May 2020 Rating: 4/5 The world needs more doom pop, and Midlands trio Wishbone are here to provide it. Their debut EP, Psuedo Planet, is a magnificent insight into the genre, and promises the band an exciting future. The EP features two previously released singles, Laika and Maelstrom, plus three brand new tracks,... Continue Reading →

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