For a band that has been together little over a year, London based Cope have had an impressive career. From being one of the last bands to play Camden Barfly (RIP) to playing this years Camden Rocks Festival, it’s about time Cope released some music to justify the hype. Continue reading
Exeter punk trio Muncie Girls have been tipped as ones to watch in 2016 by many of the mainstream rock press which is quite a feat given they come from a scene which despite producing some of the best British guitar music of the decade so far, has been largely ignored by the mainstream British music press. Here we have the band’s debut full length release ‘From Caplan to Belsize’ on Specialist Subject records. Continue reading
Dinosaur Pile-Up is a modern alternative rock band from Leeds, Yorkshire. They play heavy grunge like music in the vein of Alice In Chains and Soundgarden. Despite the similarities, Dinosaur Pile-Up have spent the last 8 years crafting a unique identity for themselves. Speed and aggression get them through albums and shows, and latest record Eleven Eleven is no exception.
Back in 2013 The Wonder Years released the best ‘pop punk’ album of the decade so far. It was catchy and belting from start to finish and touched the hearts of everyone who gave it 50 minutes of their day. But it was a conclusion, the end of the band’s trilogy of albums about growing up. Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell is all grown up now which lead to the question of where the band would go with ‘No Closer To Heaven’.