Bokassa – Crimson Riders – Album Review

Norwegian (Not Danish) trio Bokassa are back with their latest album Crimson Riders that lands Friday 21st June. Currently on tour with Metallica and Ghost no less travelling through Europe winning over a host ...

Sumo Cyco // Live Review // The Cobblestones

From the outside it seemed to be a nice relaxing Sunday night, people heading home for an early night before the start of the week but, inside the Cobblestones, it was a very different story. The party was we...

Hot Milk – Are You Feeling Alive? – EP Review

Hot Milk has arrived, this punchy driven Pop-Punk-Rock package has delivered a four-track EP of kick-ass tracks that highly addictive and impossible to ignore. Are You Feeling Alive? Is a statement of intent fr...

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...
Sir Reg

Sir Reg release new single ‘The Underdogs’

Release new single – ‘The Underdogs’ Check out ‘The Underdogs’ here – CELTIC / PUNK / ROCK Similar artists: Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly, The Pogues "The title trac...

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.