A turn into new territory for Bring Me The Horizon with their latest release AMO, which moves past the heavy metal genre with mixed results
For this week’s Hot Right Now, Georgina Davidson explores the distinctive, indie rock inspired tones of solo artist Thea Brooks
Don Boroco have the potential to be electric and creative, but couldn’t quite fuse the two together at their Victoria Warehouse show
A punchy return to form for You Me At Six as they take the stage for a sold out show in celebration of ‘Take Of Your Colours’ 10th anniversary.
5 Seconds of Summer drop their pop punk roots in favour of a more polished performance that old fans might not favour, writes contributor Georgina Davidson
Frenetic, infectiously vibrant and full to the brim with energy: Bad Sounds take the stage at Manchester’s Gorilla for a sold-out gig
Georgina Davidson enjoys a wonderfully warm, packed out night at WAM Festival for The Orielles, with sensational sights and sounds to be had for many.
Contributor Georgina Davidson reports from Tramlines 2018, giving us the lowdown on music offerings and the reasoning behind the event’s message to “Be More Nulty”
A considered, electronica infused whirl of sounds awaits in a world of ambient excellence with The Japanese House, writes contributor Georgina Davidson
They’re alternative, melodic and steadily gaining traction. Brighton quartet, YONAKA lie just at the forefront of a new movement that defies genre, writes Georgina Davidson.
Contributor Georgina Davidson catches up with Bury Tomorrow’s Dayvd Winter-Bates to discuss their tour and latest album release, Black Flame
A sharp and spell binding performance from start to finish with Sheffield’s own Bring Me The Horizon, writes Georgina Davidson.
It’s been a hectic tour for this indie rock band as contributor Georgina Davidson discovers in conversation with Californian quartet, RUSSO
Black Honey take to the stage at Manchester’s Academy 2 to deliver a disappointing set that didn’t quite live up to expectations
Contributor Georgina catches up with Ewan Merrett of Bad Sounds discussing their hip-hop sampling roots, album excitement and their successful summer of great music