LIVE REVIEW: Mayday Parade @ Troxy, London (23/02/2019)

Two of pop-punk’s finest, The Wonder Years and Mayday Parade, have teamed up for a co-headline tour, and if that doesn’t promise an emotional time then what does? Oddly enough, it doesn’t seem to have attracted a particularly large audience, and the crowd in the Troxy is noticeably sparse. However, what they lack in numbers, they seem eager to make up for in enthusiasm. Read More


ALBUM REVIEW: Avril Lavigne – Head Above Water

Long gone are the days of skateboards, baggy trousers, and wanting to date a ‘Sk8er Boi’; Avril Lavigne is all grown up. Following a six year break from music, in which she faced a battle with Lyme disease, the pop-punk princess is back with her sixth album, ‘Head Above Water’. Full of emotion, it’s a testament to why she has lasted this long in the industry. Read More


ALBUM REVIEW: Aenimus – Dreamcatcher

Hailing from San Francisco, Aenimus released their debut album ‘Transcend Reality’ in 2013, and spent the first few years touring with the likes of Rings Of Saturn and I Declare War. Having gained a reputation for producing complex and aggressive death metal, they spent two years working on its follow-up, ‘Dreamcatcher’. Read More