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.
‘At This Moment’ is Camilo’s first official release as a trio and it certainly is a good one for the upcoming Cambridge band.
The track highlights how Camilo are not shy to using a heavier style while still sticking to a style of softer rock. The track features great on-point instrumentals and well-fitting vocals creating a strong well polished track for the band. An issue for many bands is Continue reading “CAMILO – AT THIS MOMENT – REVIEW”→
Oceans Ate Alaska have announced their second album ‘Hikari’, which is to be released on July 28th 2017! With the news of their sophomore album, they have also revealed their second single ‘Escapist’ from their upcoming album.
Tusk, a Canadian rock band formed back in 2016 released their EP ‘Headroom’ back in March 2017. Offering what they call a ‘Wall of sound’, ‘Headroom’ is an EP to blow you away with its tonal variety and mix of genres.
Opening track ‘acupuncture’ instantly sets the tone of the EP, with its groovy sound that slowly builds up over the course of the song. Overall, the track is very calm meaning it isn’t too overpowering. Second track ‘Millenials’ starts with indie vocals alongside the mixed track unlike ‘Accupuncture’ which had more a of build up. It’s obvious with this EP that Tusk like to experiment with genre and music, and not necessarily make something cleanly structured. Continue reading “TUSK – HEADROOM – REVIEW”→