• Album Review: Drenge – Strange Creatures

    An intoxicating invitation into an expansive void of darkness, the Loveless brothers have concocted an impressive platform for the future with their third release. Since the Loveless brothers, Eoin (vocals) and younger brother Rory (drums), first formed Drenge in 2010, British underground rock music has transitioned into a dark,...
  • Album Review: Don Broco – Technology

    Back with their third album Technology, Don Broco introduce a heavier and more complex sound than previously seen on their first two albums Priorities (2012) and Automatic (2015). The Bedford rock band showcase an experimental approach to song-writing across all fourteen tracks, with a collection of high-energy songs that...
  • Live Review: Royal Blood / Mini Mansions, Rock City (11/03/15)

    Royal Blood took their energetic, moody set to Nottingham’s Rock City. The band have shot to fame this year and for all the right reasons. They have a tremendous amount of talent. The jam packed crowd eagerly awaited the duo, not before being treated to support band Mini Mansions....
  • Album Review: Death From Above 1979 – ‘The Physical World’

    Given the commercial success of Royal Blood’s self-entitled debut album, it’s a wonder Death From Above 1979’s second LP failed to attract the same attention. After all, the tried-and-tested combination of driven bass, drums and vocals are all there. Both albums were released in the same summer. So, what went...
  • Review: Leeds Festival 2014

    Leeds Festival, it’s never going to be the warmest festival and it is usually overshadowed by Reading. However, armed with a few layers of thermals, Impact sought out the charms of the festival located in a field just off the M62. There is little disagreement that Arctic Monkeys stole the show, performing...