Scottish indie wonders The Twilight Sad deliver an emotive performance to a diverse and energetic crowd, writes Cameron Taylor
“If anything, we stand for narcissism and selfishness.”
Australian surf rock trio Skegss bring a bit of Australian sun and laid back attitude to a gloomy Manchester day
Olivia White probes the intriguing minds and peculiar narratives behind one of the music industry’s most exhilarating live performers, HMLTD
Twisted Wheel are back, and this time they are here to stay writes contributor Freya Thomson as she catches up with frontman Jonny
Lily Martin reviews Blackpool-based Punk band Strange Bones, delving into the world of political music and mosh-pits at Manchester’s Deaf Institute
Slaves return with an impressive third album, binning the meaningless skits of the previous LP whilst demonstrating the lyrical and vocal power of frontman Isaac Holman
Australian punk trio Camp Cope produce a hard-hitting, deeply rewarding and empowering second album
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.
Zene Davine, lead singer of glam punk group Queen Zee, talks politics, being a transwoman and the DIY production of their self-titled debut
Dylan James highlights the significance of Sound Cloud for upcoming artists and how it was vital a platform to some of the biggest musicians in the industry
Self proclaimed ‘melodic hardcore punk’ band- Basement, performed an emotional sell-out show at Club Academy writes contributor Alex Wain.
Despite the dramatic change in line up, Gang of Four manage to retain much of their classic punk ethos, writes contributor Cameron Taylor
Callum Lunn assesses The Story So Far’s growth in maturity evident that is upon the release of their latest album
Savage pop punk star GIRLI tears up Manchester’s Deaf Institute with a show not for the faint hearted
Turnstile’s sophomore album is more creative, consistent and energetic then previous material, but most importantly it’s a whole lot of fun