A Day To Remember are back with a new album, 'You’re Welcome', which sees the band to take on a brand-new ambitious sound. So, after nearly two years of hype and speculation, will the band pull off this new, arena-friendly sound or will they fail miserably?
Innovative young pop prospect Amber Jay releases her debut EP 'Never Too Far From A Dark Thought' on 3rd March. Her blend of dark-pop, alternative synths and honest, emotional vocals make her an extremely exciting artist worth keeping an eye on.
After kicking off 2021 with a bang by dropping huge new single 'Obsolete', Of Mice & Men have set the standards for this EP incredibly high. The band have labelled these tracks as the beginning of a new era. So does their first music released on SharpTone Records begin the new era fittingly?
Following up the release of the breathtakingly astounding 'I Let it in and it Took Everything' was never going to be an easy task for one of England’s most exciting young bands. With all the expectation in the world, does this dazzlingly ambitious record back up the statement that Loathe are one of the most intriguing bands in the scene?
Friday 5th February marked the date that Hastings’ finest Kid Kapichi unleashed their highly anticipated debut album into the world. 'This Time Next Year' was produced by the band during lockdown and is a record that bursts with personality and boisterous charm. We spoke to co-vocalist and guitarist Jack Wilson about the record, their future plans, and how much Buckfast makes the perfect gig.
After building up a strong reputation for themselves on the UK live scene and being hyped up by the likes of Radio One, NME and MTV, Kid Kapichi are finally set to release their long-awaited debut. However, has it lived up to the excitement?
Blackout Problems are back with a third record that sees them respond to the alarming headlines of recent years, in a sound that combines the soothing melody of Holding Absence with the energetic intensity of Enter Shikari. Their message is a strong one. But does the album do their message justice?