Category: Album Reviews

NOIJA – COLORBLIND – REVIEW


Rising from the ashes of post-hardcore band Brighthaven, Swedish rock band Noija are on the verge of releasing their debut album ‘Colourblind’. After forming in 2016, the rock quartet have been working on their brand new album and are now on the verge of releasing their brand new work.

Through this album, Noija capture their own personal style throughout ‘Colorblind’, exploring their own style and pathways in Continue reading “NOIJA – COLORBLIND – REVIEW”

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MKII – BREAKING OUT REVIEW


After winning ‘Best Band’ at the Unsigned Music Awards hosted by Box Online Radio, alt-rock band MKII are on the verge of releasing their debut EP very soon. However, to give an insight into what their music will sound like, MKII have released their lead single ‘Breaking Out’ to the world.

From the start of ‘Breaking Out’, it’s clear to see why MKII won Continue reading “MKII – BREAKING OUT REVIEW”

MAYPINE – IN THE BACK OF MY MIND – REVIEW

One thing that’s certainly in the back of our minds right now, it Maypine’s new EP ‘In The Back Of My Mind’. Hailing from Eastbourne on the South Coast of England, Maypine are slowly building up through the scene of Brighton and are ready to move on to even bigger things.

One thing that never ceases from the tracks Continue reading “MAYPINE – IN THE BACK OF MY MIND – REVIEW”

FIRE ON THE ROOF – FIRE ON THE ROOF – REVIEW

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Fire On The Roof, the latest band to fire out new music has dropped their new self-titled EP ‘Fire On The Roof’.

First track ‘Tell Me’ itself stays true to the rock sound that Fire On The Roof are certainly beginning to bring across. A slight downside to this track however, is that it seems to be missing a certain level of depth which does hinder the track ever so slightly. Even with a slight hindrance, the groovy bridge leading into a kicking Continue reading “FIRE ON THE ROOF – FIRE ON THE ROOF – REVIEW”

MISE EN SCENE – WASTER – REVIEW

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Bringing along a new single from their new album ‘Still Life On Fire’ are Canadian indie band Mise En Scene. After forming in 2012, the three piece have encountered multiple changes before the release of their second album ‘Still Life On Fire’.

Their latest single ‘Waster’ brings Continue reading “MISE EN SCENE – WASTER – REVIEW”

CHOCOLATE – NINTH CLOUD – REVIEW

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Hailing from Hertfordshire, UK are post-hardcore three piece Chocolate with their brand new single ‘Ninth Cloud’

‘Ninth Cloud’ brings an amplified mixture of heavy basslines, catchy vocals and a strong feel throughout the alt-rock track. Within this track, there appear to be very few flaws overall. The track varies in pace and vocal styles as well as instrumentally throughout giving it a good range, stopping Chocolate falling into any repetitive loops. The video itself is well created, bringing an entertaining view to the simplistic video itself. Throughout, the band put on an energetic yet realistic performance of their track.

This is a high-quality track from the slow rising alt-rock band Chocolate and gives a great impact into what else we can expect soon.

Rating: 9/10

AS IT STANDS – FOLLOW THE MADNESS – REVIEW

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As It Stands are a indie punk band from the UK. Bringing their third EP ‘Follow The Madness’, the band are always improving their musical styles and concepts.

From both ‘Intro’ and Clandestine’, As It Stands already present their talent and ability for creating instrumental tracks that fit well alongside the album. Both instrumentals bring a different feel with ‘Intro’ bringing a more eerie theatrical Continue reading “AS IT STANDS – FOLLOW THE MADNESS – REVIEW”