Noise-rock threesome Them Wolves are one of the standard-bearers of excellence in The Midlands’ currently burgeoning heavier side, and latest EP ‘German For Duke’ is just further proof of their brain-frazzling credentials.
Heavy Money is a cavalcade of bone shuddering drops, crushing intensity, and unexpected twists; a perfect record of God Damn’s continually rising stock and musical evolution, and as indicators go, it is a glorious harbinger as to what God Damn can and surely will go on to achieve.
Apart from a minor mishap, Is Tropical deliver a remarkably rewarding record with many moments of marvel.
This offering from Jaws acts as both a collection of their singles and of the live favourites from their time as a band so far.
Over two years on from the release of their groundbreaking debut, Star of Love, Crystal Fighters have finally returned with their magnificent second album, Cave Rave.
Nottingham’s Saint Raymond is having a hell of a year as he gears up to release his debut EP, ‘Escapade’. Keeping the name he performed under when he was in a duo and not having hit his second decade yet, Callum Burrows is seeing his singer/songwriter folk music expand beyond his home town throughout the nation, especially with being played on Radio 1 recently to the request of rising star and friend Gabrielle Aplin.
Joe Evans could well be the love child of Alex Turner and Miles Kane, if that were biologically possible.
Since playing their first gig just over a year ago, Heavy Waves have been stirring up a storm across the local music scene and beyond.
Listening to God Damn’s new single ‘Heavy Money’ is like going fifteen rounds with a world heavyweight boxer.