“Hold on, what you say?” Black Bear Kiss have released their new single, that’s what I’m saying. ‘Secret Side’ is out now, and you can listen to it here. Any of you religious readers out there will recognise the vogue VIPs from the review I published for their debut release, ‘Hooks.’ Since then, the … Continue reading Secret Side- Black Bear Kiss
Apologies for the lack of content lately. I've been searching for jobs, and really trying to get my career in place. Any bands, artists, anyone; hit me up with your music, and I'll write you a creatively worded review. MM.
It is often that, in the greatest times of despair, resentment and satirical passion rise above all, forming a true, imperfect beauty. With the UK suffering from abhorrent political drama, an age with an unforeseeably dark future is imminently poised upon any regular civilian. Yet, a profound outfit named Luna Rosa have absorbed the chaotic … Continue reading Fear, Filth, Dirt and Death- Track Review
Dear Australian Readers, Upon reading the title ‘AUSTEL,’ it is likely that you are associating it with the Australian Telecommunications authority. Or you’re really not, but it’s amazing what you find when you ask for definitions on Google. Regardless of your nationality and the associations you may have with the peculiar word creation, I am … Continue reading Austel- EP Review
Grunge Rock is often thought of as a fossilised eradication, once dominated by so many amazing bands, but now laid to rest in all its glory. Anyone new to the scene faces significant backlash from those who love the originals, and must embrace the genre to such incredible heights in order to gain a following. … Continue reading Damp, Straw Men in Glass Houses, Track Review
Remember when slightly indie rock was at its prime? I don’t; I hadn’t quite mastered the ability to walk at the time, and for some of it I wasn’t even born. But, thanks to parents with good music taste and technology enabling me to explore the plethora of magnificent bands from that period, I managed … Continue reading Black Bear Kiss- Hooks, Track Review
There’s nothing that enhances music more than being enlightened by the exalted chronicle that its inspiration stems from. It gives the song a different flavour, bolsters its worth, and injects a new sentiment through the very fibres of the listening experience. This enhancement is something that has become very apparent to me recently, via my … Continue reading Frankenstein- Dazed & Out, Track Review