Psychedelic garage rock that retains a sense of lo-fi silliness. I mean... how could we not?
Multi-lingual rage-induced-post-pop from Newcastle-based trio, ‘Vultures’ is out today.
Primitive Ignorant speak with John Clay of Clark Kent's Rock and Roll Revue about glamour, Brett Anderson and finding one's identity through the wearing and discarding of disguises.
It’s a cloudy afternoon in Reading, but Izzie Dyer’s chance to chat with up and coming local duo Air Circus brightens the day.
Brand new alt shoe-gazers Dead Zoo managed to get a few shows under their belt before London went into lockdown, but are now ready to release their debut single from house arrest.
An ode to Berlin’s wild and hedonistic lifestyle, 'Rat' is the second offering from Mone's upcoming debut album.
The squealing rock n roll stylings of Guitar Gabby caught our communal eye a while ago. And with two albums released in 2020 alone, we needed to catch up with them, fast.
We saw the incredible Molchat Doma in London as part of their Storm Over Europe Tour Part II, which (with almost every show sold out) saw them doing exactly that.
Indie guitar rock at it's finest from October Drift, and fellow Somersetians(?) support, China Bears.
Roadkill Records are back with another incredible Summer weekender, and yours truly are DJing the Sunday hangover shift. Enjoy a run down of what we think of Sunday's line-up.
Roadkill Records are back with another incredible Summer weekender, and yours truly are DJing the Sunday hangover shift. Enjoy a run down of what we think of Saturday's line-up.
Fashionably late, unfortunately wet.
Here’s the low down on the highs of Beat Connection... Apologies if that sentence was too much of a roller coaster for you.