‘Columbia’ – The Blinders | Review

On 21st September 2018, the gates of Columbia were opened to the public, courtesy of Doncaster (via Manchester) punk trio The Blinders. 'Columbia' alludes to an alternate dystopia, built uponĀ  a new world order, with the debut album expressing a desire to change and innovate society instead of marvelling on the past. The Blinders, composed … Continue reading ‘Columbia’ – The Blinders | Review

slowthai is changing the UK music scene

Aggressive yet meaningful lyrics rapped over unique, unorthodox beats are just one part of Northampton-born slowthai's fascinating and talented persona. Slowthai, born Tyrone Frampton, just released his new EP RUNT, andĀ  is making waves in the UK music scene, having recently been announced as a support act for a London date on punk duo Slaves' … Continue reading slowthai is changing the UK music scene

‘Loaded’ – Miles Kane | Review

17th April saw Miles Kane's return to the music business as a solo artist, releasing new single 'Loaded', his first solo release since his second studio album 'Don't Forget Who You Are' in 2013. After the 2016 second coming of The Last Shadow Puppets recently came to the end of its cycle, both Miles Kane … Continue reading ‘Loaded’ – Miles Kane | Review

TRASH are an indie dreamboat, and we should all be aboard

  11th August saw the release of the self-titled EP from Chesterfield indie band TRASH; a 5 track strong release which was teased beforehand with the release of two dreamy, indie pop singles, '81' and 'Migraines'. The EP largely consists of warm, musing guitar riffs combined with the chilled out vocals of frontman Dan Longmore, … Continue reading TRASH are an indie dreamboat, and we should all be aboard