Tagged: FIDLAR

wych elm – ‘School Shooter/Bag Of Worms’ – 16/9/17.

wych elm – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. wych elm are a (now) four-piece from Bristol and the latest to be snapped but my emerging local label Quit Yr Job Records as they very much quest around Bristol and Bath digging-up the best in underground Alternative music and with the dreary...

Tinnedfruit – ‘Sorry Guys’.

Tinnedfruit – Falmouth, England, United Kingdom. Cover photo credit: Jtaylorphotoblog – Click Here. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. Tinnedfruit are a band that live in a tin can. The purpose of a tinned can is to keep said produce or in this case, occupants, fresh...

Capital Youth – ‘Lemonade’.

Capital Youth – Geneva, Switzerland. Garage Rock and Garage Punk are styles of music you don’t hear too much said about in todays contemporary mainstream and underground scenes. The bands exist, quite obviously so but are often lost on the ears of those who simply dismiss it as loud, abrasive,...

Valensole – The Forthcoming Debut ‘Where We Should Be’.

Valensole – Southampton, England, United Kingdom. The Southampton based Valensole can either be described as a Punk-Rock band that have a considerable amount of vaguely related influences or a Alternative Rock band that stray very close to Punk-Rock. These were my initial thoughts upon pressing play on the band’s debut EP...

Heart Attack Kids – ‘No Future’.

Heart Attack Kids – London, Ontario, Canada. Cover photo credit: Berry Photograph – Click Here. Photo credit (above): Shawn Chipper. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. We first came across Heart Attack Kids back in March of this year and to be ever so blunt, were...

Vundabar – The ‘Gawk’ Album Review and Repressed Road Rage.

Vundabar – Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Photo credit by Caitlin McCann Boston three-piece, Vundabar, are (in their own words) a ‘Sludgy Jangle Pop‘ band – and what are you supposed to take from that? It could be that The Smiths fell into a tar pit? (Maybe). This young Bostonian trio’s second album Gawk is catchy...