Warpaint – ‘Heads Up’ Album Review

8/10 Release Date: 23rd September 2016 Label: Rough Trade Heads Up, California’s coolest chicas, Warpaint, are back with their refreshingly fun-loving and free-spirited third album. The four-piece indie band from L.A. have seemingly ditched the omnipresent dark, brooding, moody tones that have been so distinctive in their previous albums, and have emerged with what seems to be a very relaxed, […]

Deap Vally – ‘Femejism’ Album Review

8/10 Release Date: 16th September 2016 Label: Nevado Music Inc The fierce and firey LA duo are back after three years with the fantastic Femejism, and heads up, this album contains some seriously sassy social commentary! Lindsey Troy (vocals/guitar) and Julie Edwards (drums) who originally met at a crochet class, have returned with an array of stoner metal anthems, […]

Enter Shikari – ‘The Mindsweep’ Album Review

7/10 Release date: 19th Jan 2015 Label: PIAS The St Alban’s four-piece have been going for 12 years strong, and their fourth studio album The Mindsweep has not disappointed. The Mindsweep was recorded last year at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire with Producer, Dan Weller, who also worked on the brilliant 2012 A Flash Flood Of Colour and is another […]

Royal Blood unleash debut single: Out Of The Black

Brighton rockers, Michael Kerr and Ben Thatcher, are showing the world what being an English rock and roll two-piece is all about! After releasing a one off track earlier this year via soundcloud the jammy two-some were thrown into music and media frenzy resulting in the launch of their debut single in September, and boy, […]

Sub Pop’s Bruce Pavitt shares the lo-down on touring with Nirvana and how Seattle’s grunge scene conquered Europe

Falmouth journalism graduate Taya Black caught up with the legendary co-founder of Sub Pop Records and author, Bruce Pavitt to get an inside look on how grunge stormed Europe with his raw photo journal: Experiencing Nirvana. Originally born in Chiacago, music industry hero Bruce Pavitt moved to Seattle in 1983, and started the famed ‘Sub […]

Black Sabbath Return With 13 (Album Review)

After 35-years, the prince of darkness Ozzy Osbourne has returned to front the latest, slightly underwhelming Black Sabbath album, 13, with guitar-legend Tony Iommi and bad-ass bassist Geezer Butler. Although the 3/4 Sabbath reunion has been exciting prospect for metal fans everywhere, and there have been high hopes to revisit the awesome tones heard in Sabbath’s […]