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THE MAINE HAVE A NEW CHRISTMAS EP

The Christmas season just got better as The Maine have just dropped a new two track Christmas EP ‘…And To All A Good Night’!

Their new EP is here just in time for Christmas so make sure to take some time out to listen to it below!

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REALMS TRACK-BY-TRACK GUIDE TO ‘ECHO CHAMBER’

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Realms, the 5-piece post-hardcore band hailing from Yorkshire, are on the verge of releasing their debut EP ‘Echo Chamber’ on Saturday 9th December 2017! In the run-up to their new EP, we had the chance to take to Realms about each of the tracks from ‘Echo Camber’ and the true meanings behind each of the four tracks! Continue reading “REALMS TRACK-BY-TRACK GUIDE TO ‘ECHO CHAMBER’”

PAPER CRANES DROP NEW SINGLE ‘LIGHTS’

Paper Cranes are an Indie Folk duo hailing from the South of the Lake District. Made up of of Jon Dawes providing vocals, guitar as well as percussion alongside Beckah Lloyd lending her melodies and harmonies alongside the acoustic bass.

On the verge of releasing their next EP I’m 2018, Paper Cranes have released their second single ‘Lights’ to the world. Why not check it out below!

GIG REVIEW – COURAGE MY LOVE – BIRMINGHAM 21/11/17

Opening their tour in Birmingham are pop-rock band Courage My Love along with supports Chapter and Verse and local supports Mindstep and The Prophets. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – COURAGE MY LOVE – BIRMINGHAM 21/11/17”

INTERVIEW – SAGES

With a new single out and much more ahead of them, we had the chance to chat with Dino from Sages about the future of Sages and their new music!

Heya! Could you please introduce yourself, what you do in the band and one instrument you would like to learn?

Dino : Hey, how’s it going, I’m Dino. I sing and play guitar in the band. Unfortunately, I’ll be the only one here today, but I’m more than happy to share as much as I can with you. One instrument I’ve always wanted to learn is the sitar, and it would be a dream come true to learn from Anoushka Shankar… Even though I’m pretty sure if I don’t faint, I’d freeze up like a deer in headlights if I ever met her in person, but hey, I’m willing to give it a shot, haha!

You’re influenced quite heavily by the likes of Deftones, Metallica and Periphery. What is it about these bands that influences you?

Dino : Well, they’re all just really great at what they do. Like, Deftones puts out the vibe better than most. You can mosh to their music or you can have sex to their music. It’s great. And I’ve always appreciated Metallica’s ability to arrange long songs without the songs getting boring. That takes some pretty serious artistry and I’ve always loved the challenge of integrating similar complex arrangements and vibes into some of our songs. But speaking of influential, just a couple nights ago I revisited the “Title of Record” album by Filter, and man, that has to be one of my all time favorite rock albums ever! Filter, in general, is a major influence.

‘Matter Of Time’, your new single, was released recently. How has the response been so far?

Dino : It’s been awesome. We’re all really happy about it. We actually just got word this morning that the music video is going to be featured in up to 4,000 gyms/clubs around the U.S. this November through December, which includes Planet Fitness, 24 Hour Fitness, Gold’s Gym, and L.A. Fitness. Pretty cool! So keep your eyes and ears open for us while you’re out there making them gains, haha.

I hear you’re also planning a new album, can you give us a little information about it?

Dino : Yeah, we’re actually working on it right now. I don’t have a release date or anything like that just yet, but I think it’s safe to say that at the very least an EP will be released in the first quarter of 2018, and a full album later on in the year.

Do you feel the style and direction will be the same as ‘Matter Of Time’

Dino : So far, a lot of it is in the same ballpark. There is some heavier stuff and there is some softer ambient stuff, but it’s all generally of the same vibe so far.

You play a lot of shows locally, is there anywhere internationally in particular you would like to play?

Dino : I’d love to tour through Japan. I have friends that have toured through there with their bands and they all say it’s amazing. I also just really love Japanese culture and it would be really cool to experience a little bit of that and play shows all in the same trip. To be completely honest though, it would be a blast to tour pretty much anywhere outside of the U.S. I love to travel, and at this point, I’m not too picky about where to go because I can appreciate all of it. Well.. most of it.

What’s next for Sages? What direction do you hope to go in?

Dino : There is so much happening right now that I honestly don’t even know where to start, haha. I’ll say this though, 2018 is going to be a busy year for us. A new album, new tours, maybe even international tours. There’s a lot being discussed right now regarding all of those things so we’ll see what happens.

FIREBALL ANNOUNCE 2018’S HOTTEST BAND: LOST IN STEREO

Glasgow Pop-Punkers Lost In Stereo have been announced as ‘Fireballs Hottest Band 2018’ and will be opening on the ‘Fireball-Fuelling The Fire Tour’ 2018!

Commenting on their win, the band said: “We’re very humbled to be named Fireball’s Hottest Band 2018. To play O2 Academy Glasgow and be on the same bill as Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag, Mad Caddies and last year’s winners Sweet Little Machine – who all killed it that night – was an awesome experience and one which has really kick-started what we want to achieve with the band. Big thanks to everyone on the panel who chose us, we can’t wait to work with everyone for the coming year and appreciate the vote of confidence in our music.’

Make sure to listen below!

This years winners Lost In Stereo will be taking part in three showcases alongside 2017 winners Sweet Little Machine, as well as runners up Ghouls, River Jumpers, Eat Defeat, Better Days, Last Edition and Everyone and Anyone! Make sure to check out dates below!

19 December – London – O2 Academy2 Islington *

21 December – Glasgow – O2 ABC2 #

23 December – Sheffield – O2 Academy2 Sheffield ~

* w/ Sweet Little Machine, Lost In Stereo, Ghouls, River Jumpers

# w/ Lost In Stereo, Sweet Little Machine, Eat Defeat, Better Days

~ w/ Sweet Little Machine, Lost In Stereo, Last Edition, Everyone and Anyone

CORRINGTON WHEELER RELEASES NEW VIDEO FOR COMPREHENDING NEHEMOTH

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Rock solo-artist Corrington Wheeler has just dropped a new video for his track ‘Comprehending Nehemoth’ (feat. Ryan Tyler) from his latest album ‘Seeking Light’!

Make sure to check out the video down below!