Honeyblood: In Plain Sight – Review

The latest offering from the Scottish indie band moves towards a brand new style, with punchier tracks and a fresh sound while being familiarly spirited. But how does the album fare with a new and experimental production style? Continue reading Honeyblood: In Plain Sight – Review

Catfish and the Bottlemen: The Balance – Review

A band who are more than capable of releasing a decent rock song, Catfish and the Bottlemen have also been less than adept at developing their own sound, let alone rock music as a genre. Enter their third studio release: The Balance. The difficult third album. Have they done anything new? No – and while that’s pleasing to some, it’s holding back a band who do actually have potential.  Continue reading Catfish and the Bottlemen: The Balance – Review

An Introduction To: Primitive Machine

While citing an eclectic mix of artists including Nirvana, Iron Maiden, Muse and The Cult as influences, Primitive Machine’s music shows that they’re comfortable in developing their own individual style, a fact which is obvious upon encountering their fledgling catalogue. With grungy guitar and bass tones and crashing cymbals, here is a band who are not afraid to turn everything up to eleven. Continue reading An Introduction To: Primitive Machine