ALBUM REVIEW: Mozes and the Firstborn – Dadcore

Mozes and the Firstborn are proving that grunge isn’t only rife in the Pacific Northwest. Hailing from The Netherlands, this quartet is throwing their sound into the ring with sleazy power-pop guitars and emotive vocals. The band aren’t aiming to re-write the rule book, but they are a strong presence in our new era of grunge. 'Dadcore' is the band’s third album released through the independent label, Burger Records.

EP REVIEW: Fangclub – Coma Happy

Dublin's Fangclub have been making a name for themselves recently, being covered by the mainstream rock press, played on Radio 1, and soon, supporting chart-botherers Twin Atlantic for the Ireland/UK leg of their European tour, which includes three nights in Glasgow's Barrowlands. This tour leg commences just under a month after the release of their sophomore EP, Coma Happy.

EP REVIEW: John Alcabean – Real Time Fiction

Danish trio John Alcabean have been making waves for a little while now with their scuzzy, garage rock sound, and with their debut release they've shown that they could become a force to be reckoned with on the live circuit.