The Neighbourhood release EP ‘Hard’

In true The Neighbourhood fashion, the band have dropped a surprise EP ‘Hard’. This 5 track EP is the first release since their sophomore album ‘Wiped Out!’ and has been a long time coming. The Neighbourhood continue to develop their sound in unexpected ways, with the lyrics dealing with issues of fame following the success of ‘Sweater Weather’ and staying true to one’s self.

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Ministry sign to Nuclear Blast Records

Industrial metal pioneers, Ministry, have signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band are due to release their record ‘AmeriKKKant’ during the first quarter of 2018. More details on the upcoming album are to be announced shortly.

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Interview with Broadside

Broadside have recently released their brilliant sophomore album ‘Paradise‘ and are currently touring the UK alongside Trash Boat and Homebound. Before the show, I caught up with Broadside members Ollie Baxxter and Niles Gregory  To talk about ‘Paradise’, the most difficult track to write and what they love about the UK.

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Interview with Homebound

Pop-punk band Homebound are one EP deep into their career but are already making waves. This UK band are touring alongside Broadside and Trash Boat and proving it is where they belong. I caught up with Charlie and Tom before the show and we talked sonder, Nickelback and band names.

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Trash Boat @ The Talking Heads, Southampton – 17/09/2017

The Talking Heads is a treasure hidden away in the streets of Southampton. Last night, one of their two deceivingly large rooms was host to an amazing show from 4 pop-punk bands. Each band was fantastic, with the crowd really getting behind every performance. The first night of tour is off to a flying start for Trash Boat, Broadside and Homebound.

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Being As An Ocean release ‘Waiting For Morning To Come’

Being As An Ocean release their first album independent of any label. ‘Waiting For Morning To Come’ is their strongest release yet, emotionally gripping and beautifully delivered. The combination of screaming, spoken word and soft singing creates the perfect storm that is full of emotion that the listener can’t help but feel. This album is a must for any music fan.

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Redrock Festival

Redrock Festival is the perfect opportunity to see some brilliant unsigned bands playing in London. If you are missing the excitement of watching live bands or feeling low after the festival season then Redrock is for you. Taking place on Sunday 24th September at the famous Dublin Castle, Camden.

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Filth – Day In Day Out

Trio ‘Filth’ are releasing their EP ‘Day In Day Out’ September 20th. The Oxford-based band combine alt-rock quirkiness with high-octane indie vibes, creating a perfect storm of brilliant, catchy music. As the band explained in our interview, ‘Day In Day Out’ explores our every day ordinary life and as such this is an EP for every day ordinary people.

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