Rosie Solomon
Rosie is a music PR/journalist by day, queer pole-dancing feminist vigilante by night. In her spare time you can find her reading, writing, dancing, and arguing with misogynists on the internet (@thebechdelbitch on twitter, @thebechdelbitch or @dlgrl2021 on insta)
Music Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Dream Nails – Dream Nails

“I FEAR NOTHING AND NO ONE EXCEPT THE TEMPTATION TO HOLD BACK.” What would you do if these words rang true in your head every morning? Dream Nails might just have the answer with their self-titled debut full length release.
Music Reviews

EP REVIEW: LibraLibra – Hail Mary

Brighton punk-rockers LibraLibra bring it all on their debut EP, 'Hail Mary', which sees them showing off all their strengths. A promising debut from a band who refuse to play by the rules.
Music Reviews

EP REVIEW: Turkey Vulture – Time to Pay

'Time to Pay' is the second EP from Turkey Vulture, the gritty, bluesy duo from Connecticut who bring together punk, metal, Americana and… sea shanties? This is a bizarre and engaging musical project which you’ll certainly want to be keeping an eye on. 
Interviews

MUSIC INTERVIEW: Maud the Moth

Amaya López-Carromero (aka Maud the moth)’s third album - 'Orphne' - earned her a 10/10 review on Bring The Noise UK a few weeks ago. Having let the dust settle over the release somewhat, we caught up with the neo-classical musician...
Features

Black Lives Matter: Current Black Artists Who Should Be On Your Radar

In the wake of the protests in the US and political unrest the world over, we at Bring the Noise UK wanted to shine a spotlight on some of the best Black musicians in music. We have been doing this in a series of articles, the first of which highlighted legends throughout history. This second part of the series features some of the greatest Black musicians in the alternative music scene today.
Music Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: HAIM – Women in Music Part III

Wind your clocks back to 2013. HAIM had just exploded onto the indie-pop scene with the phenomenal debut, 'Days are Gone' - an album which paved the way for an onslaught of incredible female talent which came in their wake. The album held up throughout the years, making it onto many best-of lists at the end of the decade. 2017’s follow-up, the breakup album 'Something to Tell You', missed a little of the confidence and knowing spark which their debut had, perhaps in favour of some more emotion and sprawling energy. Now back with their hotly-anticipated (and COVID-delayed) third full-length release, how will 'Women in Music Part III' hold up?
Music Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Maud The Moth – Orphne

Classically-trained esoteric vocalist and pianist Maud the Moth is back with 'Orphne', her follow-up to 2015’s 'The Inner Wastelands'. At once exquisite, terrifying, introspective, haunting - this album deserves your time and attention. Listen to by candlelight, on the next full moon.
Features

Black Lives Matter: Legendary Black Musicians Who Helped Shape Rock ‘n’ Roll History

In the wake of the protests in the US and political unrest the world over, we at Bring the Noise UK wanted to shine a spotlight on some of the best Black musicians in music. We are going to do this in a series of articles, this first one being about legends throughout history. This article goes through music history, starting in the 1930s, and names some of the most influential and important Black artists to whom we owe so much. Watch out for part two, coming soon!
Music Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Phoebe Bridgers – Punisher

Sitting down with the newest Phoebe Bridgers album was always going to be an intimidating task. One of the most exciting new names on the folk/indie rock scene, Bridgers received a lot of attention for her debut, 'Stranger in the Alps', not least earning her a guest spot on the new Hayley Williams album. But can she keep the momentum going with follow-up, 'Punisher'?
Music Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Lamb of God – Lamb of God

In one of the most significant moves of their career, Lamb of God have returned with their eighth studio album after a gap of five years. It’s self-titled, it’s the first one with new drummer Art Cruz, and it’s released during a time of immense global upheaval. So, how does it hold up?
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