Calmgrove // ‘Light on Your End’ // EP Review

Calmgrove ​are here with a blend of their emo / Pop Punk greatness. With their debut, 5 track EP, ​Light On Your End​, the band picks up right where they last left us in 2018 when they traded us with a ...

Like Torches // Love and Losses // Album Review

Swedish rockers Like Torches are back with a killer new album filled with groovy pop-punk anthems that will have even the most stoic of music lovers swaying to their infectious beats. Following on from 2016's S...

Slam Dunk Festival // North // Leeds // 2019

The last Bank Holiday in May means just thing, Slam Dunk has arrived. Taking a new location in Leeds this year, we saw the festival move from the city centre to one location in Temple Newsam. With 9 stages ...

Gloo – Stop & Stare – EP Review

Gloo have dropped their recent release Stop & Stare, an energetic and fun fill EP that resonates their passion for all things Pop-Punk-Rock. The self-titled opener is a melodic tour de-force that highlights...

Downcast – ‘Downcast’ – EP Review

It's been awhile since I've had an injection of Pop Punk greatness and my latest listen did not disappoint. ​Downcast ​have hit the scene with their self titled debut EP. Having formed as a band just this year, the guys have worked hard in order to create their first installment for the world. Working with ​Ian Sadler​ (​Anavae,​ ​ROAM​) to produce the EP, the band has written and recorded a great first impression to release on the world.