EP Review: Hate Club: A Clear Mistake – One Hell of an Auditory Ride

Scorching, slick and new, A Clear Mistake is the latest installment from the New York Indie punks, Hate Club. In just three searing tracks, the band display a diverse lyrical and stylistic range. How? Through interlacing 90s Indie tropes – most likely influenced by the likes of Pixies and Sonic Youth – with raucous energy….

Feature: Anti-Xmas Music vs Christmas Classics

Christmas songs in general are overplayed, cheesy, and at times nauseatingly saccharine. With only some exceptions such as The Pogues’ classic ‘Fairytale of New York’, a wonderfully miserable song about two bickering bitter exes, you can’t walk into any shopping centre this time of year without being met by the same cheery playlist chiming out…

Single Review: AURORA – Queendom

2018 has seen Norwegian singer-songwriter AURORA blast back onto the music scene with single “Queendom” this year, the first track to be released from the exciting and evocative album Infections of a Different Kind. Signifying a thematic breakaway from her previous albums – all of which predominantly examined emotions and relationships – the artist uses…