Few artists are able to bridge the divide between the chaos of the punk rock scene and the subtle beauty of the folk landscape. Where other people struggle to find their niche within the seeming paradox, Jesse Ahern strides purposefully through the genres to craft a sound quite unlike any other artist. The live experience...
In the kindest possible way, East London's Bad Nerves are a rough and ready proposition. Theirs is a musical upbringing fed by those who coloured outside of the lines; the underdogs who were careening around stages before they had fully figured out how to play their instruments. That's not to say there is anything derivative...
They might have been made famous through their starring role on the BBC TV show, Andy and the Band, but there's more to Andy and the Odd Socks than first meets the eye. Not only are they preparing the release of their sophomore album (Odd Socks Calling, out Friday 1st April), but the full length also features Brian May...
For obvious reasons, it's been quite a while since The Beths made the trip over to the UK from their New Zealand homeland. This week sees them back on the road with a sophomore album tucked firmly under their collective arm ready to give its anthems their debut British airing. Joining them as support are Derry's...