Tagged: New Wave

All Hail Hyena At A Glance…

All Hail Hyena – Burnley, England, United Kingdom. ‘We are the feeling you get when you first dip your knees into a warm bath; the exciting shudder you develop when peeing after a long and arduous bus ride.’ When we opened this request on our Facebook page, we were greeted...

The Kaos and The ‘Cold’ Single Release.

The Kaos – Oxford, England, United Kingdom. A little closer to my (second) home town with todays musing, we’re in the Uni-town of Oxford where in May of 2013 the Alternative Rock trio The Kaos were born and promptly began bringing us what we dig about stadium-Rock but with a...

Some Kind Of Illness – ‘Souls’.

Some Kind Of Illness – Bolton/Manchester, England, United Kingdom. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. Soaring high in the open sky well above Manchester, Bolton and beyond, Some Kind Of Illness’ Souls release leaves me floating on airs. Its mellow nuances are spacey and psychedelic while...

Introducing: Castle Black – Brooklyn’s Sound Bastion.

Castle Black – New York City, New York, USA. When discussing the history of Punk, a city that will always stand out for its artists and culture is New York City, home to the Ramones, The Velvet Underground and of course the legendary CBGB club, where many artists of the time...

Bristol’s Milo’s Planes Return With The ‘Locks’ EP.

Milo’s Planes – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Cover photo credit –  Simon Holliday. Photo credit – Alex Rawson. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. We’re back in Bristol with Milo’s Planes, for a taster of their second full length Delivering Business Success, set for Summer (UK)...

The Bohemian Embassy – ‘The Leaders Don’t Love You’ Single Review and A Reality Check.

The Bohemian Embassy – Bath, England, United Kingdom. The Bohos, formerly known as The Bohemian Embassy are a Bath based band playing Neo Alternative Music, drawing influence from Psychedelic Rock, Indie, Post-Punk, Dance, New Wave as well as wherever else they can to create an uncompromising sound of their own....

The Isabelles – ‘Fall Away’ Single Review.

The Isabelles – Falmouth, England, United Kingdom. ‘None of us are called Isabelle’ Photo credit: Elise Wee – Click Here. Hailing from the seaside district of Cornwall, this four piece describe themselves as ‘Wang Rock’. Now, I’m not sure what that means but I know what it sounds like… a...

Cross Wires – ‘Interaction : Dislocation’ Review.

Cross Wires – Bethnal Green/Romford, London/Essex, United Kingdom. Fresh sounds from London AND Essex. Knees up. Cross Wires tweeted us a little while back after the release of their new EP, Interaction : Dislocation. Four tracks compiled via concoction of old-school Punk, Post-Punk and New Wave via a set of influences...