ALBUM REVIEW: Every Time I Die – Low Teens

Low Teens is a tough listen, but it is also a record that sees Every Time I Die flourish both musically and lyrically. Whilst the band have a strong catalog of releases, Jordan Buckley, Andy Williams, Stephen Micciche, Daniel Davison and Keith Buckley may have put together their most complete record to date.

ALBUM REVIEW: A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations

It seems like a lifetime since we were graced with an A Day To Remember record, thankfully the band announced their comeback earlier this year by dropping single Paranoia and announcing their sixth studio album Bad Vibrations. Here's what we thought...

EP REVIEW: Youth Man – Wax

Youth Man have been kicking around the British punk scene since 2012, and a support slot with letlive. earlier this year saw their hard work pay off, as they introduced themselves to the masses with an explosion of aggression. Here's what we think of their latest EP, 'Wax'.


There’s no denying that every letlive. fan on the planet was itching for the band to make their glorious return earlier this year, so when the time finally arrived we were, quite frankly, overjoyed. Having recently made their mark on intimate UK venues and with their brand new album imminent, we caught up with frontman Jason Butler to find out exactly what’s been going on since 2013's The Blackest Beautiful.