Bath quartet Medway have honed a powerful, emotional and engaging sound that floats between pop-punk, rock and emo.
With Halloween around the corner, you’d be wise to be wary of all things nightmarish and villainous coming your way. But we fully recommend you allow Bath band The Fangs Of The Dodo to guide you through their dystopian fairground of ghoulish monstrosity.
For anyone who, like me, grew up on the old-school emo and post-hardcore sounds of the early 2000s, we may just have found you a nostalgic new favourite band.
Friday is here, which means the weekend is but a few hours away. Praise the Lord! And what better way to while away your last few hours at work than … Continue reading New Music Friday Round-Up: 30 November
Grunge is usually filled with angst. But what happens when you’re just a bit too knackered to be pissed off all the time? Enter, Vrillon. This Bath-based four-piece are taking … Continue reading Introducing: Vrillon
Nestled in the heart of England in the middle of the beautiful Cotswolds, Bath is not only loaded with Roman heritage but rich rock’n’roll history. Maintaining the city’s rock integrity … Continue reading Introducing: Novatines launch debut single Medicine
Bath indie-rock four-piece Farebrother offer up an intriguing sound built around intricate harmonies and exhilarating ambience, which is winning over new fans – including a certain Game Of Thrones actress. … Continue reading Introducing: Farebrother release video for Rewind