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
Roundhouse, London has today announced details of their 2019 line up for their In The Round series. Running between the 22nd – 31st January the star-studded line up features headline performances by Patti Smith, Ronnie Spector, Shirley Collins, Fatima and This Is The Kit. The venue is world known for being a cultural hub in… Read More Patti Smith, This Is The Kit and more to headline Roundhouse 2019 In The Round series
Tonight, the vicinity of Clwb Ifor Bach is heavily populated by testosterone-fuelled teenage boys, who seem to be using their actively sought out drink as their currency, sheepishly smuggling in hip flasks to the amusement of one another. These shenanigans are repeated most weeks at this venue, where a 10pm curfew acts not only as… Read More The Pitchforks – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff ★★★
Indie icons, Black Honey, have just announced their debut album. Their highly anticipated debut will be self titled and consist of 11 tracks( as seen below). Black Honey, the album, is due to be released 21st September, aligning with the lead singers birthday. Tracklist 1. I Only Hurt The Ones I Love 2. Midnight 3.… Read More Black Honey announce their long awaited debut
Hailing from the county of Oxfordshire, Haze are another exciting emergence of talent to the scene. Having shared stages with the likes of fan favourites, Shame, Hotel Lux and The Garden, they have no need to shy away in their new single titled ‘Ladz Ladz Ladz’. Beginning with a catchy cowbell sound, their repetitive guitar… Read More Haze: ‘Ladz Ladz Ladz’
URF are a neo-psychedelic, female fronted band from Manchester. The band blend the hard-hitting soundscapes of Black Angeles, the soothing shoegaze breeze from Slowdive and the gothic elements of The Cure to create a true elemental force that cannot be touched. Their unique psych sound is about to grab Manchester by storm with their upcoming… Read More EP REVIEW: URF are a “true elemental force that cannot be touched”. The debut EP reviewed.
This April 20, White Mystery will be celebrating their 10 year anniversary as well as playing their 1000th show, 9th album, and box set release. The duo will be celebrating at Waldo’s Forever in Chicago for free, and you can RSVP here! You can shop the box set, containing all the sold out White Mystery… Read More White Mystery Are Coordinating Masters
Since joining BIMM in Manchester, I’ve already discovered a wealth of brilliant new talent stretching across the city. Johnny Black, Cavana and Octopus have all joined that list. The trio of acts performed at the second outing for the cosmic art-rock act, Johnny Black. Johnny Black is the fictional character created and performed by Daniel… Read More Johnny Black’s Chapter II was impeccably brilliant – Live review
Gender Roles are a three-piece, indie punk outfit from Brighton making fuzzy, hard-hitting, tracks. Last Friday saw the release of their second EP, ‘Lazer Rush‘, a pulsating, ferocious and infectious four-track jammed to the brim with bangers. The new EP sees the guys finding their own sound, and really enjoying it. If you’re a fan… Read More EP REVIEW: Gender Roles – Lazer Rush
As some people may be aware, Let It Happen has now branched out into the live music scene as we delve into the promotion of up and coming artists. We will be revealing all the details on this process in due time, but now we would like to introduce our first acts for our very… Read More Our First Show! Idle Hours Live at Jimmy’s, Manchester – All the details here!