Without doubt, Hundred Reasons are one of the most underrated British bands of all time. The initial embrace of the mainstream media press saw them anthems like ‘I’ll Find You’ and ‘If I Could’ plastered over the airwaves and the band played high profile slots across all of the major festivals including a glorious...
Since their formation in 1999, the My Vitriol timeline has been far from typical, not least the 15 year wait between their debut album (timeless classic ‘Finelines’) and the sophomore effort (2016’s crowd-funded ‘The Secret Sessions’). But there never was anything about the band’s material and this far-from-straightforward...
Salisbury’s Carsick have quietly been making ripples in the alternative music pool since unleashing their debut single ‘Is What It Is’ in late 2021; in recent months those ripples have been building into substantial waves, not least with their signing to Alcopop Records. Known for their championing of bands who are...
Oso Oso spill forth from a part of the world (Long Island) with a long and proud lineage of bands and, at points in their career, they have taken a backwards glance at these acts and offered their own spin on genres and approaches which they have both loved and studied throughout their own formative years. In...
New Jersey’s Titus Andronicus have been an ongoing concern for almost two decades, with this year marking the 15th anniversary of their debut album ‘The Airing of Grievances’, but the breath-taking urgency which rippled through their early releases is still as present as ever on everything they released since. Last year’s...
It takes a certain amount of gusto to unleash a debut single titled 'NOW' (their capitalisation, not mine) and the brashness is multiplied when said single is tumbling out of a small-town bedroom amidst a global pandemic. It is perhaps no surprise then that the small matter of COVID-19 failed to thwart Priestgate's...