Girl In Red has been sharing her brand of DIY Scandi-Indie-Pop for just over four years now and with each subsequent release she seems to be getting a bigger and bigger following.
By Andrew Lockwood on 30 April 2021
The return of The Offspring with Let The Bad Times Roll feels timely if not for the recent resurrection of pop punk, but for the absolute disaster of a time we're currently living in.
By Holly Mosley on 16 April 2021
Smith & Burrows, aka Tom Smith and Andy Burrows, release their second album in a decade with 'Only Smith & Burrows Is Good Enough'.
By Andrew Lockwood on 15 February 2021
As shock comebacks go, the return of Stabbing Westward after 19 years, maybe this year's biggest.
Posted 04 December 2020
Mostly known in North America for his work with psych-rock outfit Blaak Heat, Thomas Attar Bellier is back with this completely new musical project and direction.
Posted 06 November 2020
Since returning to his musical ventures in 2013, the former Reuben vocalist has become a valuable member of the British alt-rock scene.
Posted 27 October 2020
After I Don't Know How But They Found Me (iDKHOW) released their 1981 Extended Play back in 2018, we had quite a strong idea about what to expect for their debut album Razzmatazz.
By Holly Mosley on 23 October 2020
Mark Lanegan's 'Straight Songs Of Sorrow' follows last year's release 'Somebody's Knocking' and is inspired by his own life and his memoir 'Sing Backwards And Weep'
By Andrew Lockwood on 04 May 2020
On BC Camplight's latest album, 'Shortly After Take Off', he has once again tapped into his genius and produced some wonderfully weird and wonky songs.
By Andrew Lockwood on 09 April 2020
The Mifo O5 PROs are some of the most durable wireless earbuds on the market and we can't recommend them enough.
By Holly Mosley on 09 April 2020
Laura Marling's latest album 'Song For Our Daughter' was due for release later this year, until Marling announced that she had decided to bring the release forward.
By Andrew Lockwood on 07 April 2020
Celine Dion is an extremely successful singer, who built her career with the best-known hits and her unique characteristics. Ever since her first show and her first single, Celine Dion has been the most demanded Canadian artist on the big...
By Lenny Barksdale on 06 April 2020
These acoustic reprises of songs that appeared on Halestorm's 2018's album 'Vicious' show the band in a whole new light.
Posted 16 March 2020
For the opening night of his latest UK tour Frank Turner packed out Leas Cliff Hall for his first gig in Folkestone, playing a solo tour with no Sleeping Souls for the first time in years.
By Andrew Lockwood on 10 March 2020
The Winter Gardens saw Blossoms in the Spring as the band brought their 2020 tour to the seaside to promote their third album, 'Foolish Loving Spaces'.
By Andrew Lockwood on 10 March 2020
The Quarterhouse, and Melting Vinyl, played host to two inspired performances in Folkestone on the first evening of March.
By Andrew Lockwood on 03 March 2020
'Father of All...' isn't an awful album but it certainly isn't that good either.
Posted 27 February 2020
Hattie Webb not only brought a couple of harps but also Andrea Resce, her brother and a collection of cold remedies to the cathedral city of Canterbury.
By Andrew Lockwood on 17 February 2020
3TEETH hit Leeds for the first time with support from British artist PIG.
By Holly Mosley on 05 February 2020
The biggest names in music royalty.
One of the most diverse line-ups we've seen for a major awards show in a while.
Ahead of the release of their tenth studio album 'Let The Bad Times Roll', The Offspring unveil an extremely trippy (if appropriate) video for the...
Elton John's ten best songs on his 74th birthday.
During a socially distanced 63rd Grammy Awards ceremony at the Staples Centre in downtown LA, Dua Lipa not only lifted an award for Best Pop...
Harry's latest single, Oblivious, is a follow up to his January release, Invisible Man, and both represent something of a return to music for Gardner...