LIVE REVIEW: Black Foxxes @ O2 Academy Islington, London (06/04/2018)

It’s a Friday night in North London, and the pubs are bursting at the seams with people fresh out of work, and ready to see the weekend in with a cocktail or two on what is a surprisingly pleasant April evening. If that’s not your bag, however, you can head down to the O2 Academy Islington, known for having hosted many an up-and-coming act before they’re ready to take on bigger stages. Read More


ALBUM REVIEW: Black Foxxes – Reiði

Hailing from Exeter and offering a comprehensive and depressing take on modern rock, Black Foxxes write music that sets itself aside from a lot of other bands, and, as a follow-up to their debut ‘I’m Not Well’ in 2016, ‘Reiði’ is no exception. The title means “rage” in Icelandic, yet the album isn’t all-guns-blazing aggressive progressive rock at all. In fact, the album is so carefully orchestrated and wound together that it almost feels like it’s telling a story through a collection of ten melancholic and deep cuts. Read More