Introducing: Queen Zee

Hailing from Liverpool is the beautifully chaotic punk 5 piece, Queen Zee. The group have been producing some blistering angst-filled tracks since officially forming last year, 2017. From politically-fuelled tracks to songs about heteronormality within LGBT+ relationships- they really do cover it all. Queen Zee defy conformity to any mainstream musical expectations, boosting their powerful… Read More Introducing: Queen Zee

Ulrika Spacek and the Male Gaze

Words by Nils Rehlinger Feature image courtesy of Ulrika Spacek   Repetitive and hypnotising, Ulrika Spacek is a five-piece London-based Indie-rock band who incorporate psych, avant-garde and stoner elements in a slumbery fashion. Their music is best describable through the metaphor of a loving family household: A supportive fatherly bass, triplet guitar children playfully harmonising,… Read More Ulrika Spacek and the Male Gaze

EP REVIEW / INTERVIEW: Introducing Sheffield’s alternative emo-punks, Midnight Son

The debut, three-track release from Steel City emo’s, Midnight Son (Thomas Holland – lead vocals, Robert Leake – bass, Chris Leake – guitar, Charles Fitzgerald – guitar/vocals, Alex Pullen – drums), is a blistering, cutting-edge effort – jam-packed with a perfect balance of  punchy grit and dreamy tranquility that’ll leave you wanting more and more after every… Read More EP REVIEW / INTERVIEW: Introducing Sheffield’s alternative emo-punks, Midnight Son

New Single – Crewel Intentions, ‘Youth In Overload’

Words by Joe Bulger (@notjoebulger) Chilli Jesson’s Crewel Intentions have announced details of their debut track. The one-time Palma Violet has this week revealed new single ‘Youth In Overload’. It’s the first offering from Chilli’s cryptic new project. Already a household name with denizens South of the River, not much is known about the group… Read More New Single – Crewel Intentions, ‘Youth In Overload’

White Riot – ‘Sid’ single review

Welsh indie-punk trio White Riot release their debut single ‘Sid’. Drawing its inspiration from none other than punk icon Sid Vicious and his tempestuous relationship with Nancy Spungen, the rough edges to ‘Sid’ are what gives it its sincerity. It’s a track reminiscent of every shade of Britpop glory: vocals loaded with Gallagher-style conviction and… Read More White Riot – ‘Sid’ single review

Album Review – IDLES, ‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’

Words by Joe Bulger (@notjoebulger) IDLES have long been a divisive but unshakably important presence in the UK’s much maligned guitar scene; already a culture dish for the uninteresting, uninspired and at many times unlistenable. Eighteen months on from the release of lauded debut album, Brutalism, the Bristol five-piece are this week gearing up to… Read More Album Review – IDLES, ‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’