DUCKING PUNCHES – The Wave Maiden, Portsmouth – 1/06/18 | Live Review

Ducking Punches, Death By Shotgun and Kill the Witness rocked The Wave Maiden. The intimate venue was filled with passionate fans and those who got drawn in by the music from downstairs alike. All of these people had something in common – by the end of the night we all loved the three bands that played. The night put together by Nerd Rage Bookings, gave us a range of the very best punk has to offer; from pop-punk to indie-punk all these bands gave us music that meant something

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The Peace and The Panic Giveaway

Another year of university finished with, my upload hiatus is ending and summer has finally arrived, so we’re celebrating here at True Timbre. I’m giving away a digital copy of one of my favourite albums at the moment; ‘The Peace and The Panic’ by Neck Deep. Find out how to enter below:

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NOVELISTS + LANDMVRKS announce UK and European Tour | News

French metalcore group Novelists recently announced that they’ll be supporting Eskimo Callboy throughout Europe during March and April. Just days later the band have announced they’ll be returning to the UK and Europe on a headline run to promote their album ‘Noir’ during April and May – supported by labelmates Landmvrks. Full dates below.

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Interview with Death By Shotgun | 2/02/18

I’ve been a fan of Death By Shotgun since seeing them open for Trash Boat in Southampton last year and was super excited to catch them again in Southampton for another show and an interview. This four-piece band melds pop, punk and rock together to create catchy melodies with incredibly relatable lyrics. We talked about favourite desserts, where the band name came from and which song is hardest to play live.

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OLD NOTES to release sophmore album ‘With A Heavy Heart’ | Review

Old Note’s sophomore album, ‘With A Heavy Heart’, is set for release February 16th (Friday) through Old Press Records. The follow up to their debut, ‘former self’, is a healthy evolution.  Unlike their debut, this record deals with much darker themes, including suicide, loss, abusive relationships and an overall unease with life. These troubling and evocative lyrics are paired with hypnotic guitars, heavy-hitting percussions and clean vocals that break into screams with palpable intensity.

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FUTURE SUNSETS | Sing Something Saturday

Future Sunsets is the project of multi-instrumentalist David Michael Frank. Having received critical acclaim on MTV, Billboard, Buzzfeed & Perez Hilton, FS has played over 60 sold out shows around the US and Canada, as well as headlining a 15-city European tour, he has garnered more than 141,000 subscribers. Continue reading “FUTURE SUNSETS | Sing Something Saturday”

Jasper Owen | Sing Something Saturday

Jasper Owen is relatively new to YouTube with only 4 videos on his channel. However, people were first introduced to his beautiful voice through his collaborations with Abbey Glover. Jasper has just over 5,000 followers but he deserves much more and I’m sure he’ll one day be selling out stadiums.

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Daisy Clark | Sing Something Saturday

I can’t think of a better way to kick off our new feature, Sing Something Saturday, than with Daisy Clark. With over 40,000 subscribers, this 19-year-old singer-songwriter from the UK has a large following for a reason.

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TWENTY ONE PILOTS | Vessel | Review

Twenty One Pilots‘ second studio album, ‘Vessel’ turns 5 years old today. It was the first album I heard from the dynamic duo and its the reason I’m so in love with them. ‘Vessel’ is an eclectic mix of alt-rock, rap and ukuleles. This album is impossible to pin down; some songs are heavy on synths, whereas some are stripped back completely. It is this versatility that makes this album so loved by people with all musical taste.

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