Album Review


Ravenlight – ‘End of the World’ – EP Review

Formed in January 2018 by Rebecca Feeney and John Connor, Northern Irelands’ Ravenlight wasted no time in releasing new music with their debut single ‘Where The Start Grow’ being released in March 2018 and now ...

Arcane Roots – Landslide – EP Review

Arcane Roots bring the follow up to 2017s Melancholia Hymns, which gained huge plaudits, in the form of a 4 track EP, one track being brand new and three new versions of tracks from the previous album. As pe...

Fizzy Blood – Pink Magic – EP Review

Pink Magic is the third EP by the Leeds band Fizzy Blood and by their own admission, they have been trying to find their identity and now they feel that they are where they wish to be, that being a band that ex...
Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa – Redemption – Album Review

Joe Bonamassa returns with what could be his finest offering to date in Redemption. At first glance this album could be mistaken as another off the cuff release by one of Blues most prolific musicians, but that...

Send Requests – Perspectives – Album Review

Send Requests ​have released their latest album ​Perspectives.​ This is the first to be released since the band joined SharpTone records and they are showing exactly why this record company wanted them ...

WSTR – ‘Identity Crisis’ – Album Review

WSTR ​have been making the waves with Pop Punk over the past few years and now they have a brand new album to keep pushing forward. ​Identity Crisis ​is the follow up to past years debut album ​Red, Gre...

Ben Poole – Anytime You Need Me – Album Review

Ben Poole drops his latest offering Anytime You Need Me Sept 14th and it is one to watch out for. Ten standout tracks that showcase Poole’s slick guitar playing combined with first class song writing make it an...
Chandrian Kill

Chandrian Kill – Bring Out Your Dead – EP Review

Chandrian Kill are a two piece with a history in melodic invention with Ted Clark, who started writing songs for the band in 2016 and also provides the guitars reaching out to Nic Whitmore who has returned afte...
Monster Truck

Monster Truck – True Rockers – Album Review

Two years have passed since the incredible Sittin’ Heavy was released and it’s been a busy period for the Monster Truck juggernaut. Touring with Deep Purple, Black Stone Chery, Jane’s Addiction, Alterbridge and...