Green Day ~ Father of All Motherfuckers, Homage to good old fun Rock n Roll

This is always an exciting time for Green Day fans such as myself. The build up to a new Green Day release is always met with a frenzied hope, but also a deep trepidation. This has been no different with the band’s thirteenth studio album, ‘Father of All Motherfuckers,’ their shortest and maybe most rock n roll of the lot.

Halsey ~ Manic

Halsey’s new album Manic recently came out and wow it’s an amazing rollercoaster ride; every song has a bit of a different genre and change of theme. I think this is really creative and it means that there is something for everyone. There are also a lot of different voices that we get to hear on the tracks, from Alanis Morrissette, famous for Ironic to SUGA a rapper from BTS. Each interlude not only shows the talents of Halsey but also the talents of the co-creators.

Ariel Posen ~ How Long

It’s that time of year again, “new year new me!” People have been celebrating and making new years resolutions. In January 2019 Ariel Posen put his stamp down on the new year by releasing the album 'How long'. Now he's celebrating its one year anniversary of success by hitting the road once again. So, what better time to do a review on the albums eponymous track?

The Beths ~ Future Me Hates Me

New Zealand pop-rock band The Beths are a four piece comprised of members Elizabeth Stoke (Guitar/Vocals), Jonathan Pearce (Guitar/Vocals), Benjamin Sinclair (Bass) and Ivan Luketina-Johnston (Drums). Prior to forming in 2016, the four members were jazz students at the University of Auckland and bonded over their shared love for pop-punk. Taking advantage of their musical training [...]

Mallory Knox + Dead! + Judas @ Rebellion

Rebellion - 23/04/18 Starting off an amazing night at Rebellion, Manchester was the first support band Judas. They really got the crowd going and were always going to be a great way to open a gig, what with frontman John’s amazing vocals and the rest of the band’s energy on stage. They gave it their [...]

Mallory Knox

Mallory Knox are a four piece rock band from Cambridge; the bands made up of Sam Douglas, James Gillett, Joe Savins and Dave Rawling. Formerly known as a five piece band but former singer Mikey Chapman has recently left the band. They first burst onto the scene in 2013 with their first ever album 'Signals' [...]