Feed Them To The Forest: Black Canary/Six Seasons And A Movie...

It's always interesting to review EPs like this, as the format often suffers from a lack of something I look for when I listen...

Milk Teeth: Be Nice [EP Review]

Milk Teeth’s third EP, Be Nice, follows a change in the band line-up, guitarist and second vocalist Josh Bannister departed from the band last...

Teenage Bottlerocket: Stealing The Covers [Album Review]

Stealing The Covers is the new album from punk band Teenage Bottlerocket, so titled because it’s an album made up of cover songs. In...

Hayseed Dixie at The Crescent, York 19/07/2017 [Live Review]

The last time I saw Hayseed Dixie was back in 2005 at Cambridge Folk Festival. I had never heard of these guys before but...

The Yalla Yallas: Medusa [Album Review]

The Yallas Yallas third album is quite unique, it seems to have two very different yet not entirely conflicting styles. The first song I...

Flogging Molly: Life Is Good [Album Review]

Folk punks Flogging Molly are back with their trademark brand of Celtic rock ‘n’ roll, showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The...

Hayseed Dixie Interview [July 2017]

Just before their show at The Crescent in York, we caught up with Hayseed Dixie frontman Barley Scotch to chat about whiskey, York and...

Rancid: Trouble Maker [Album Review]

American punk band Rancid recently released their 9th full-length album, and it’s a bit of a mixed bag, if we’re totally honest. The band...

Muncie Girls Interview [July 2017]

We recently caught up with Lande from Exeter punks Muncie Girls for a chat about their recent tour with The Wonder Years, the importance...