Introducing… Shaded

It is fair to regard pop-punk as pretty selfsame from time to time when newbies arrive to incorporate bouncy hooks and catchy melodies. Shaded are, as expected, full to the brim with emotive pop-punk songs that you can’t help but enjoy. They bring together some of the best names from the popular genre, with WSTR style guitar hooks and drums and vocal patterns that resemble that from State Champs or Neck Deep. Continue reading

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Introducing… Bordello

The local music scene in Bristol is a diverse one. With the vast selection of common cover bands to rock newcomers performing at the local brewer for a quick set of entertainment. Four-piece Bordello come with something a bit different up their sleeves: a refreshing approach to bringing together soulful blues and lively rock vibes that sets them above the rest of the ordinary music scene. Continue reading

Introducing… The Jackobins

Liverpool founded quartet The Jackobins may have gone through some line-up changes over the last couple of years, but that hasn’t stopped them from getting down to business and creating brand new, fresh music ready to be admired by many. Their newest track ‘Nightfire’ was released on 5th May and brings forth a new, raw energy that is sure to excite fans of alt-rock. Continue reading

Introducing… Start the Virago

Start the Virago was formed back in 2007 as a solo project for West Yorkshire guitarist James Brickles. The band’s demo ‘Re-start the Virago’, released in 2008, got a revised launch on June 12th 2014, featuring the eleven primary tracks along with new addition ‘Time is a Great Healer’, not featured on the original demo. The digital download also provides a bonus song titled ‘Monster’. Continue reading

Introducing… Porshyne

Porshyne are an atmospheric rock five-piece hailing from Brighton. Formed in 2014, early releases from the band such as “Residue” and “Warp” have helped to cement their name within the Brighton music scene, leading to them playing shows alongside the likes of Black Peaks, Valerian Swing, Town Portal and many more. Continue reading

Introducing… OPS

Birmingham-based vegan punks OPS (formerly Okinawa Picture Show) will release their debut album ‘Sluice Around’ via Everything Sucks on 11th November. The first track to be revealed is ‘So Slick’, aptly illustrated with the slug protagonist of its accompanying music video. OPS are currently on tour in the UK with T-Shirt Weather.   Continue reading