According to my psychologist, the colour red is the most devious of colours, symbolising power, aggression, and sex. I dunno, but maybe that’s why London post-punk outfit Terminal Gods have decided to immerse themselves in swathes of it for their latest video… Shot by Massive Capital Video , ‘Connection & Rupture’ is taken from the bands debut album …

Right from it’s ominous intro, ‘Lost Sanity Smiles’ is beautifully uncomfortable throughout as it drags you through the mire into a world where things are far from orthodox. Thankfully not for the mainstream, Vulgarians latest track takes a big heavy hammer and smashes a long rusty nail right into your heart… ‘Lost Sanity Smiles’ is out …

With a stage presence that many would trade their souls for, Lola Colt have gained a well deserved reputation as one of the most impressive live bands around. A perfectly balanced sextet, the band appear to have an inherent built in knowing for where each and everyone of them is going. Their sound is massive, totally absorbing, with the ability to sweep …

Rock’n’roll has some great stories to accompany the people behind the music. Sundrones are about to add to that list with the tale of Joshua Moran who spent his childhood years as a troubled youth growing up in a children’s shelter. Where, he picked up a guitar and learned to play. Upon leaving the shelter he …

London trio, Playing House make no apologies for their up-front alt-pop approach to life. Drawing reference to the likes of Talking Heads, The Slits and Everything Everything, the band are just about ready to release their debut EP ‘New Haircut’ on the world. We caught up with Mel recently, to sit her down and find out …

Slow Riot follow up their very well recieved EP ‘Cathedral’ with another cut of classic sounding post-punk. “Trophy Wife” see’s the band from Limerick, a town more notorious for knife play than music (although it did give us The Cranberries ), continue to drive along the new wave style way, twisting the basics laid down …

Myself and the Shoegaze Brigade touched down in Manchester early, ditched the vehicle for safe keeping and headed out of town. Our mission -which we had already chosen to accept – lead us to the Victoria Warehouse and a rendezvous with our newly accredited Cosmic Cadets. Our task, to get them through twelve and half hours …

Following a fairly rigorous rampage around the UK supporting some of the finest garage scenester’s around, London trio Virgin Kids have just dropped their debut album ‘Greasewheel’. A fine collection of pizza and beer fueled garage punk-rock, that throws a cheeky wink back as far as the 13th Floor Elevators, whilst throwing the odd cursory …

The Cult at Leeds Uni. I can remember saying that a few times in the past. Despite their flit to the states, world wide stadium shows and all that other razzamatazz, it still feels right and proper to me, that the one and only place to truly experience such an iconic band is right on …

Somewhere in the frozen wastelands of the North country. Our correspondent sits by an open fire. Down, but not quite broken, he tries to make sense of his current situation… “For some time, rumour’s and whispering’s had been coming out of the South of a happenings going on in the big city. Out here in …