With a name like Kick Up The Fire, you expect a band to have a bit about them – and the London garage punk trio that assumed this moniker most certainly do.
As far as eclectic music goes Hastings’ Matilda’s Scoundrels are among the most diverse you’re likely to encounter. The six-piece freely admit they fall into a ‘pretty tough category on … Continue reading Introducing: Matilda’s Scoundrels
Having gigged relentlessly across their home city of Nottingham, Say The Word are bringing their catchy rock meets punk sound to a wider audience with Saturday’s launch of new single … Continue reading Introducing: Say The Word
Swedish-born, London-based singer / singwriter Axel Jansson is an enjoyable throwback to the good old days of rock, with a gritty yet engagingly melodic sound. His music has been heavily … Continue reading Introducing: Axel Jansson
One of my favourite gigs of all time was seeing The Gaslight Anthem at the excellent Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver around seven years ago. A then relatively unknown English guy opened proceedings, … Continue reading Album Review: Dave Hause – Bury Me In Philly