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Album Review: Migos – Culture II

Album Review: Migos – Culture II

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

by × February 6, 2018 ×

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Strange Cages ooze out into the light on their new EP “The Cracks”

Strange Cages ooze out into the light on their new EP “The Cracks”

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

by × June 26, 2017 ×

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Sweetmates drop a four track Disco Turd, and it sounds great

Sweetmates drop a four track Disco Turd, and it sounds great

    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

by × April 1, 2017 ×

Reviews

A first look at Get Inuit’s new single “Barbiturates”

A first look at Get Inuit’s new single “Barbiturates”

Kent based band Get Inuit have been busy the last few months. Supporting Spring King on tour, playing Reading, Leeds, Y Not, Truck Festival and even squeezing in some headline dates in between, you’d forgive them for having a bit of time off. Instead, they’ve just released a brand new // Read More

by × January 5, 2017 ×

Music, Reviews

Demob Happy at Soundscape, April 2014

Demob Happy / Tigercub Co-Headline at Patterns: Review

Demob Happy are a Brighton institution, and Tigercub aren’t that far behind. With this in mind it’s no surprise that their co-headline show at Patterns sold out in short order, even on a Wednesday night (October 12th). We went along to see what the fuss was all about. A coin // Read More

by × October 14, 2016 ×

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Estrons at the Green Door Store: Review

Estrons at the Green Door Store: Review

Fresh off the back of supporting Slaves on their ‘Back in the Van’ tour, Cardiff based 4-piece Estrons returned to the Green Door Store on Saturday (October 8th) to show Brighton that they’re more than worthy of a headline show. Opening without singer Taliesyn, the band launch straight into a // Read More

by × October 12, 2016 ×

Music

Operation Kino Release “The Middle Children Of History”

Operation Kino Release “The Middle Children Of History”

Following the release of Knuckles VS Teeth over a year ago, Operation Kino have finally released a new song and a music video to boot. The Middle Children Of History starts off hard and ends harder. With the energy of Thor’s hammer smashing your eardrums to bits, Operation Kino hold // Read More

by × August 8, 2016 ×

Reviews

A Brief Introduction To: Pistoia Blues Festival

A Brief Introduction To: Pistoia Blues Festival

For 342 days of the year, the medieval cobbled streets of Pistoia, a small town near Florence, are stage to the quiet affairs of country life and small family businesses. Between 1st-24th of July every year however, the roads make way for rock stars such as Alex Turner or Noel // Read More

by × September 15, 2015 ×

Reviews

Calling Curtis at Patterns: Review

Calling Curtis at Patterns: Review

“It’s in their blood” one fan told me, as Calling Curtis took to the stage in Brighton’s nascent venue Patterns last Friday. Jacob Bugden, Jazz Pope, Fin Abbo and Sam Abbo comprise the band, and it’s true, they all have strong musical backgrounds. The Abbo brothers experienced moderate success in // Read More

by × June 25, 2015 ×