Clocking in at an hour and 45 minutes long, Migos’ latest offering can hardly be accused of holding back on content. The problem is, a lot of the content on offer just isn’t that…good. The reason the original Culture became such a breakout hit for the trio was that they // Read More
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Mac’s back, baby. The Canadian flannel shirt magnet played his first Brighton show since 2014 at The Dome on 27 November, and things got a little bit…weird. It’s immediately clear he’s on top form. The sound, bolstered with the help of a live band, easily filling the venue. Opener ‘On The // Read More
What a month August has been in grime. We have seen so many high profile releases come around, so lets get straight into this months round up. Big Zuu – Big Zuu EP One thing grime music has seemingly lacked for a long time is a wave of new personalities. Big // Read More
Australia may not be known for its cowboys, but that news doesn’t seem to have reached the ears of Animal House. The band come on in spurs, stetsons and questionable shirts, firing pound shop pistols and sharing the stage with cacti made from fairy lights. It’s a sight to behold, // Read More
Brighton sleaze-rock connoisseurs Strange Cages have just dropped their new EP “The Cracks”, a slice of psychedelic-meets-psychosis that could happily soundtrack a Hammer Horror reboot. Strange Cages have always borrowed a lot from cult heroes The Cramps, but the selection of tracks on offer here push further away from this // Read More
Despite our absence at the end of March, we’re very happy to bring you an extended edition of ‘The Month In Grime’ which will be showcasing the last two month’s releases. Let’s kick it off straight away with the latest release from Rapture 4D. Rapture 4D – Unrelated Grime Even // Read More
Just when you thought your summer wasn’t going to have a soundtrack, Sweetmates have dropped their debut EP, and it’s a banger. Combining the house-inspired electronic drums of producer Declan Rogers with singer/guitarist Sam Bunker’s emotional lyricism, Disco Turd manages to straddle the indie/electro divide like it’s the // Read More
Bleed Again have been painting the south coast red for the past three years with their unique brand of thrashy metalcore.