I’ve been writing for Bring the Noise for almost a year, prior to this I used to be a games tester for Microsoft but these days you’ll find me writing reviews for all sorts of films and for the occasional rock album and gig. Bring the Noise have been awesome to me & have given me a chance to write & reach an audience & hopefully if I don’t screw up you’ll see lots more of my stuff in the coming months and years

ALBUM REVIEW: PVRIS – White Noise (Deluxe Edition)

PVRIS are one of the hottest rock bands around these days and they’ve recently dropped the Deluxe Edition of their debut album White Noise. The deluxe edition adds three tracks – You and I with a stripped down version and Empty; and after a few listens, it’s safe to say that we were suitably impressed.

ALBUM REVIEW: From Ashes to New – Day One

American rockers From Ashes to New have recently released their first full record, Day One. At only 36 minutes, is there enough content to give listeners an idea of what the guys can offer or will we have to wait for more content further down the line?

ALBUM REVIEW: The Used – Live and Acoustic at the Palace

We all love a live acoustic album & the guys from The Used have not disappointed with their latest release Live and Acoustic at The Palace. Recorded live at The Palace Theatre in LA, the album is a celebration of the band's 15 year anniversary.

ALBUM REVIEW: The Qemists – Warrior Sound

Brighton based rock and DnB outfit The Qemists are back after a six-year gap with the release of Warrior Sound. In a genre filled with heavyweights of music, do these boys have the warrior spirit to take on these giants?

TECH REVIEW: Skullcandy Grind Wireless Headphones

To coincide with Record Store Day on the 16th April 2016, Skullcandy have launched their latest pair of headphones, the Grind Wireless. We were invited down to independent record store IF Music in London’s Soho to test a pair out.

EP REVIEW: Across All Oceans – Homegrown

Homegrown is the latest EP from Middleborough five-piece Across All Oceans; with just 12 minutes of content, is there enough for a casual listener to go on or is the lack of content going to cost the guys fans? We’ve had a listen and from what we’ve heard their future looks quite promising,
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