Currently on their 2017 UK tour, Exeter trio Muncie Girls makes a visit to Cheltenham’s alternative club venue 2Pigs: their first visit to the town – excluding their appearance at 2000 trees in 2016. Continue reading
South East England three-piece Sibling are sharing their newest EP with the world at the end of June: a petite collection of four tracks entitled ‘Dream You Away’. Initially formed to become a fundamental studio group, ex-Hindsights vocalist Benio Baumgart along with Sam Correa and Lewis Pickering have since decided to take the songs they write to the stage. Continue reading
Welsh quintet Nineteen Fifty Eight are set to release their newest set of tracks in the form of EP ‘Dark Blue’ in May. The six-track collection presents various catchy tunes that show off the band’s true dedication to their music. With a strong female lead and a newly developed association with Transcend Music under their belts, the group are raring and ready to take on world with their mesmerizing melodies. Continue reading
Up to now, Dan O’Dell (AKA Heartwork) had nicely slotted into the over-saturated crowds of singer-songwriter, releasing 2 well received EP’s & playing countless shows across the country. However, things have changed with the release of his crowd funded debut album ‘Things I Wish I Said’; an album that sees Dan embrace a fuller band sound akin to emo legends, American Football.
Hot Mulligan are a pop-punk quintet from Michigan. After recently signing with new label No Sleep Records, the group have re-released a special edition of their most recent EP ‘Opportunities’. The record, made digitally available at the end of March this year, features the original six tracks with addition new acoustic song ‘Deluxe Capacitor’.
It must be pretty good to be The Smith Street Band right now. Riding high off the back of breakthrough album ‘Throw Me In The River’, the band have made a splash around the globe playing everything from Reading & Leeds festivals to dive bar basements & making countless fans in the process. The band set these experiences to tape & the result is their most ambitious & boldest statement yet.
Originally formed back in 2009 as a formation from previous members of Reuben and Hundred Reasons, Freeze the Atlantic have undergone many alterations in lineup; including a rotation through three different singers and two different bassists. Now firmly in a comfortable status, the group – formed of Hundred Reasons’ Guitarist Andy Gilmour, Reuben’s guitarist Jon Pearce and drummer Guy Davis, along with Liv Puente on vocals and Tom Stevens on guitar – have announced details regarding their third full-length album. Continue reading
Following hugely successful tours with HalfNoise on both sides of the pond and recently reuniting with a little band called Paramore, it’s fair to say last year was a big one for Zac Farro.