New Music – KEG ‘Presidential Walk’

With a skittering beat and frenzied instrumentation KEG create an explosive soundscape that blows out the rigid support beams of any defined genre. Dancing in the shadow of chaos it creates something beautifully ordered within the blurred edges. It begins with this bubbling guitar that soon spills over with the peaking burst of the drums.…

New Music – The Best Around ‘Bitter Pill’

With this frenetic buzzing spiral of sound at the core of it’s main refrain, ‘Bitter Pill‘ is the sonic answer to a panic attack. It prickles against the eardrums and puts the listener into a state of unease. It’s incredibly masterful and emotive song writing that acts as the perfect vessel for the songs message.…

New Music – OGMH ‘You Are’

Weaving a dark web of gothic prog, OGMH pierce the airwaves with an pulsing electro sound with dagger sharp vocals and a pounding beat. The track begins with the jangling chime of bells riding atop a coursing river of droning keys, bass, and crashing drums. There is something incredibly morose about the beginning of the…

New Music – Tom Williams ‘Follow The Leader’

‘Follow The Leader’ as an album is resolutely anarchic. It ranges from ferociously feral bared tooth growling rock and roll, to subtle and sumptuous softer song writing. Yet every track punches with an emotive power and passion for the music that will leave you feeling. Tom Williams is an incredibly versatile and talented musician that…

New Music – Scott Lavene ‘Worms’

After delighting us with his last release ‘The First Time’ we couldn’t wait to get stuck into Scott Lavene’s new single. Brandishing the same irreverent yet poetically powerful and philosophical wit, it has the raw jagged edges of punk but with the soulful sooth of a satin sleeping bag, listening to your favourite indie folk.…

The Endumbening: Why Reading This Article Might Make You Stupid

With the recent “shocking” story that Steve Jobs boycotted his own game changing contribution to the modern worlds landscape and forbade his own children and family from owning an iPad/iPhone, the slant on the story painted the man as somewhat of a hypocrite. We treat our access to new technologies and conveniences as a right…

New Music – Tongue Of Fire ‘Clean’

Grunge made modern, ‘Clean’ crackles with the angst and aggression but spends a bit longer forming it’s thoughts before spitting that venom into the microphone. It fuzzes against the hairs in your inner ear tickling as it goes in, there is a sense of unease, but also of release. The EP that the track is…

New Music – Air Devi ‘Shaky’

With the charming hop and skip of the twinkling indie guitar strings and a delightful build throughout ‘Shaky’ is a track that is constantly stepping up. It is lyrically and vocally incredibly well crafted with nods and wiggling brilliance that engage and excite. The song is a poetically honest and open song about to our…

New Music – Black Bordello ‘Nunhead’

Trying to build a box big enough to contain the massive genre defying sound of Black Bordello would take 10 Da Vinci’s their whole lifetimes just to design the bloody thing. This 5 piece art rock band produce a sound that falls somewhere between Kate Bush, The Cure, and Joy Division and it’s absolutely gorgeous.…

New Music – Vant ‘Il Capitano’

Vant make music that makes other musicians jealous. This is sumptuous, subtle, and sublime song writing allowed to soar amongst the surreal and serious subjects that the songs are carefully crafter from. It has this electricity buzzing at its core that crackles out and energises each and every aspect of the sound. Lyrically Vant are…