Emerging from the shadowy backstreets and alleys of Manchester, the hooded figure of Rhys Bloodjoy brings us his debut 7″, Scandinavian Girlfriend / Broken Window. Fraut with tension, almost sinister in its delivery, Bloodjoy utilises the looper to create a stroke of lo-fi genius, that will haunt you long into the night… Scandinavian Girlfriend / Broken …

Another one of our occasional forays into the underbelly of the US post-punk scene, see’s us stumble into Second Still. A coldwave outfit originating from Brooklyn, Second Still deliver beautifully dark, enchanting tunes that lure you into the deepest recesses of the night. Definitely not for day time , drive time radio, (but then again …

Following a string a live dates, including a storming set at this years Cosmosis festival – where they simply owned the main stage – Lola Colt are set for a headline tour of the UK next month in support of their second album, ‘Twist Through The Fire’. Highly intoxicating vocals, signature Morriconesque sonic beats and …

You can’t beat a good combo – fish and chips, tea and a biscuit… – which is why we find ourselves at the very packed Brudenell Social Club. Good (reasonably priced) beer and good company are guaranteed in this neck of the woods, and good music is usually a given. So that’s another great combo. …

The Devil has the greatest tunes, but he relies on his disciples to deliver. Born beneath a lightening strewn sky in a cemetery at midnight (-it’s true. Read this.) Saint Agnes’ offer up a tune more than fitting for the godforsaken roadhouse you’ll find at the crossroads way out in the middle of the Badlands. Let …

We’ve had the appetiser – today we get the first slice of the pie. Taken from their soon to be released sophomore album, ‘Twist Through The Fire’, Lola Colt release the single/video ‘Gold’, which see’s Gunn doing the best visual impression of Jill Masterson in like , ever… Gold is released digitally on 13 May, …

Back for a fourth bite of the acid soaked cherry, Karma Fest 2016 returns to Leeds on the 29th of May. As you’d expect, it’s a day filled with tunes and vibes from the some of the UK’s best psych outfits , but this year see’ a very distinct international flavour been added to the …

Opening with what has become their distinguishing trademark, Marcel Jongejan’s vocals lead us in and sweep us away into three minutes of synthetic bliss. “What Have You”slowly builds in intensity as its many layers unravel to reveal hidden depths of power and emotion that Stillwave so easily and skillfully turn over, and over again… “What Have You” is …

Since the release of their debut, “Ricky Spanish” last year, plucky Hull three piece, Room 22, have been turning heads and making noises in all the right places. They’re a young team that are doing more than their fare share at keeping the D.I.Y. ethos of punk alive. Originally taking their influences from the Punk …

Black Lime, the brainchild of lead singer-songwriter Sam Connolly, hit the scene with their debut release “Down and Out” this Friday. It’s a fruity cocktail – the flavour of the Arctic Monkeys, infused with a dash of the Black Lips, and garnished with a slice of zesty indie rock all of their own making… Singer Sam Connolly …