Music

REVIEW: ALTERED SKY – BURY IT ALL

As they prepare to embark on latest UK tour and ahead of the release of their first full length album later this year, Scottish quintet Altered Sky have delivered this absolute monster of a track. There’s no denying that front-woman…

REVIEW: SUNSET SONS – SHE WANTS

The last few months have seen Sunset Sons working hard to prove themselves to be a band to watch and, after recently completing a sold-out UK tour, they have rightfully captured the attention of music fans across the country. Prior…

REVIEW: BRING ME THE HORIZON – HAPPY SONG

As the band prepare for the release of their live DVD, ‘Bring Me The Horizon: Live At Wembley’ next week, through this track, premiered over the weekend, the Sheffield quintet have provided their growing fan-base with a tune for them…

REVIEW: JOYWAVE – SOMEBODY NEW

Mixing electronica and indie rock, this release is an encouraging introduction for fans as yet unfamiliar to this quintet from New York. Moving away from the incessant pop ditties that tend to rule the airwaves and the charts, this instead…

REVIEW: BORNS – 10,000 EMERALD POOLS

Despite the rather feminine sounding vocal that begins this track, it is in fact sung by LA based artist Garrett Borns. Coming in at a little under three minutes, the piece is an intimately melodic little number that strongly demonstrates…

REVIEW: THE BIRD AND THE BEE – RECREATIONAL LOVE

Hailing from Los Angeles, the duo of Inara and Greg, AKA The Bird And The Bee, begin this collection in a manner which suits the description they posted about their musical influences on Facebook: “a futuristic 1960’s American film set in…

REVIEW: RIXTON – LET THE ROAD

After what some fans might feel is an extremely long wait, the quartet that are Rixton have finally delivered their debut album, and it gets off to a brilliant start with the balladesque title track ‘Let The Road.’ Almost completely…

REVIEW: THE RIPTIDE MOVEMENT – GETTING THROUGH

As one of Ireland’s biggest rising bands, The Riptide Movement, now signed to a major label, are set to earn themselves a whole new army of fans with this new release. With similarities to bands including Stereophonics, their songs almost…

REVIEW: THE RUBIKONS – LOVE, FAITH & FEAR

At a time when One Direction style pop ditties are taking over the charts, any attempt to bring indie music back to the major music scene can often be difficult, however this trio from Wolverhampton certainly put in a good…

REVIEW: SILVERSTEIN – I AM ALIVE IN EVERYTHING I TOUCH

Having already released seven albums during their impressive career, the release of this new collection proves Silverstein aren’t a band afraid to take risks. Following on from the likes of Green Day, the band have now gone down the route…