I don’t have a vanity spawned by fear, so I was sceptical as to how I would fair with this album. Verdict: you don’t need a vanity spawned by fear to love the new release from Fret! (I promise this running gag ends here.)
I don’t have sexy legs, so I was sceptical as to how I would fair with this song. Verdict: you don’t need sexy legs to love the new single from Mr. Ted!
I’m not very good at swimming, so I was sceptical as to how I would fair with this song. Verdict: you don’t need to be able to swim to love this new single from The Empty Page!
Those who have followed The Cauteriser over the last year will probably know about my mental health struggles, part of which I struggled to get out of the house for anything other than work, missing over a year’s worth of amazing gigs in the process. Obviously music is something that I am the most passionate about, so I was given a flyer for a monthly event near me where people gather for a few hours in the evening to stick on some records and talk about music.
Do you like your music loud, crusty and faster than an epileptic seizure? Then you’ll need a dose of Barque in your life.
Leeds’ space age one-man rock band builds a world for fans to explore.
If people listened to music with as much care as Trigger Cut have put into Buster, the world of music would be a very different place.
It’s no secret that to make it as a band, you need to be wiling to adapt to whatever is popular in the mainstream. Even new independent bands seem to be adopting this revival of the classic quiet/loud formula that dominated the 90s. Although most of these bands have a solid live sound, they don’t translate it to the studio with any passion or energy. Queasy on the other hand are proving to be standing far out from the crowd and doing things their own way.