• Album Review: Catfish and The Bottlemen – The Balance

    The Welsh Indie Rock band gives us their latest offering with The Balance. Their first two albums perfected their catchy rock style. The question was whether they would switch it up for their third entry. Evidently Van McCann and co. subscribe to the adage that if it ain’t broke,...
  • Miles Kane @ Rock City

    Arriving in Nottingham for the penultimate leg of a thirteen-stage UK tour, Indie rock troubadour Miles Kane shimmered in front of a raucous sold-out crowd spanning the generations. Having first tasted success playing lead guitar on Arctic Monkeys’ iconic 505, Miles Kane’s career has rocketed to incredible heights. The...
  • Our Girl @ Rough Trade

    The 90s felt alive again at Rough Trade as trance rock band Our Girl took the stage for the release of their debut album. On the 23rd August, Rough Trade hosted the latest in a wave of indie girl-led bands that are hitting the music scene. Branching out from...
  • Sziget Festival, Budapest – The Review

    Sziget is a week-long festival which takes place during August in the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary. Sziget was founded 26 years ago based on the concept of a ‘’dream nation’, celebrating all cultures and people across Europe and complete freedom without prejudice or exclusion. One of the many...
  • Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

    Who the f*** are Arctic Monkeys? Only, the biggest name in British alternative music and after a five year hiatus they’re back and certainly making an impression. Twelve years on from their first album, the Sheffield quartet has released their sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. And...
  • Arctic Monkeys – Album Ranking

    For many, ranking Arctic Monkeys records is almost like choosing a favourite child. Arguably the closest thing this generation has to the Beatles, the band have constantly renewed their sound with every record, while maintaining a massive global fanbase essentially from the get-go. With their sixth album, the sure-to-be-divisive...
  • SPINN @ Chameleon Arts Café

    “Get on with it you Scouse fuck,” is, I imagine, not something you expect to hear from an audience who has paid to hear you perform. Nor do I imagine that when Liverpool band SPINN opened their set at the Chameleon Arts Café, they expected to finish with an...