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Stone Sour are just about to kick off their UK tour, celebrating the launch of their 6th studio album, ‘Hydrograd‘, which was released earlier this year. Stone Sour will play at Brighton Centre on December 1st (make sure to get your tickets here), followed by a London show at The […]

Preview: Stone Sour @ Brighton Centre, 01/12/17


The Libertines, Photo by Gili Dailes
The Libertines signed off their Tiddeley Om Pom Pom tour with a sold out show at Brighton Centre and it seems like they never stopped An unprecedented three support acts preceded The Libertines on this wet and quintessentially English evening. Deadcuts, who have been a regular support slot for Pete […]

Review: The Libertines @ Brighton Centre


Blackfield, a music collaborative formed by Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson and Israeli rocker Aviv Geffen have gone on tour around Europe in support of their latest album, ‘V’. We caught Aviv & Blackfield at the Islington Assembly Hall in London on Friday and enjoyed 90 minutes of pure music escapism. […]

Review: Blackfield @ Islington Assembly Hall



Stone Sour have announced a major UK tour coming our way this winter, supporting the launch of their long awaited 6th studio album, ‘Hydrograd‘, which will be released on June 30th. The first two singles released from this album already sound promising, the latest one being ‘Song #3‘, which was […]

New Video and UK Tour Announcement from Stone Sour


Big Spring have just announced their first ever headline tour as a band. They will kick things off in Leicester on July 7th and tour across the country throughout the month. Big Spring will be wrapping things up at Brighton’s Hope & Ruin on 27th July (with a FREE ENTRY show!), shortly […]

Big Spring Announce First Headline Tour


After touring Europe and the UK pretty much every night for the past month, Counterfeit. made it down Brighton for the penultimate night of their tour, promoting the release of their debut album Together we are Stronger. Supporting Counterfeit tonight (and on their UK tour) were Faux (who we’ve unfortunately […]

Review: Counterfeit. at The Haunt (+ Support)



Photo by Ki Price
  Fresh in time for Halloween, pop punk rockers Love Zombies’ new single Birthday is an unapologetic playful anthem as sickly sweet as an over iced rainbow cake with extra sprinkles. Taken from their upcoming album Passionfruit, Birthday is energetic and buoyant with echoes of early Paramore and undulating vocals […]

Single Review: Love Zombies – Birthday


Imagine wandering through a dreamscape, thick with mist and ambiguity, lost in your thoughts but filled with determination. This is the imagery this song conjures. What starts with feelings of loss becomes a fuelled search of purpose, frustration and drive. The pace quickens and before you know it your thrown […]

Grymm – Dream of You


Stunning artwork by Chris Townson – Captain of The Pinafore
  I was first introduced into the world of Martin Gordon back in 1977. I was walking down The Mound in Edinburgh and I had nipped into one of my favourite record stores. Rummaging through the latest 7″ release box a sleeve design jumped out at me – the logo […]

Catch up with Ex Sparks Martin Gordon and new album



dr weekend mr week review
This video caught our attention because it’s a testament to why some people should never do drugs. You know the Snickers ‘you’re not you when you’re hungry’ adverts? Well this video is a similar style only more like ‘you’re not you when you’ve gone on a class A narcotics binge.’ The […]

Dirt Royal – Dr Weekend Mr Week (Video)


Review of Brighton Musicians
The opening track of this album is ironic. ‘December’ is like getting a hug from summer itself, and not that awful British summer where it rains a lot. The first thing I thought when putting it on was that the clouds outside my window should instantly disappear, rolling away to reveal […]

Great Pagans – Cupid In Error