INTERVIEW: The Fever 333 (09/06/2018)

Enlisted as this year’s Download Festival secret guests, we caught up with The Fever 333 back in the festival’s press area to talk about their nature of surprise releases and shows, lack of representation on festival line-ups and society as a whole, the inspiration they feel from the March For Our Lives movement, and how they feel the youth will change everything. Read More


EP REVIEW: Dream State – Recovery

Welsh post-hardcore upstarts Dream State have been everywhere recently. Since signing with Australian label UNFD back in December, home to acts like Architects and Northlane, they’ve had airplay on BBC Radio 1, landed over five million views on YouTube, and bagged slots on just about every festival going, including The Great Escape, Download, and Slam Dunk. Not bad for a band that was still unsigned this time last year. Read More


ALBUM REVIEW: Frank Turner – Be More Kind

Folk punk singer/songwriter Frank Turner doesn’t seem to understand the concept of rest. Despite the fact his last album was 2015’s ‘Positive Songs For Negative People’, he’s since toured consistently with his band The Sleeping Souls, released a collection of reworked older tracks entitled ‘Songbook’ last year, as well as playing some explosive reunion shows with hardcore side-project, Möngöl Hörde. Read More


LIVE REVIEW: Cancer Bats @ House Of Vans, London (11/05/2018)

Nestled down the side of Waterloo station, the House Of Vans is a vast, versatile space, containing a skate park, cinema, bar, cafe, and an intimate little music venue right in the centre. The walls are littered with Vans merchandise, and the cavernous tunnels that the space is comprised lend an edgy feel that makes the venue perfect for Canadian hardcore punks Cancer Bats, who’ll be headlining tonight. Read More