It's a little known fact that Boston's Future Teens tumbled into the world as something of an in-joke, only ever intended for one tongue-in-cheek set. You wouldn't know it now, reflecting on their two outstanding full lengths and a clutch of EPs and rogue cover versions. While they've surely been building a UK fanbase over...
They say time flies when you're having fun and maybe that's why it's taken us by surprise that Tigers Jaw are a band rapidly approaching the 20th anniversary of their formation (2005). That's not to say the journey has always been a smooth one - perhaps something of an understatement when discussing a band who once...
It's undeniable that Ireland is spewing forth some of the most invogarating and thoughtful new music around at the moment and if you thought acts like The Murder Capital andd Fontaines DC were embracing the lyricism of their poetic bretheren then prepare for Odd Morris to take that to another level. This week has...
Throughout March and April, The Mysterines followed up their stunning debut album ‘Reeling’ with an explosive series of headline shows across the country. We warned you at the time that it would be your final opportunity to catch the band in such small venues and now they’re dusting off their instruments to join..
When Manchester’s own Adam Rooney entered the world of battle rap under his Shotty Horroh moniker, surely even he couldn’t have expected the levels of success he would achieve in such a short time. Even more impressive is the ways in which his latest album ‘Scum of the Earth’ serves as something of a crossover event.
Me Rex are a far more compelling prospect than a pun-tastic name should ever really suggest. Starting life as a relatively solo project (and returning to such a version on this particular tour) they have recently expanded into fully-fledged band which has become something of a British indie supergroup, counting members of...