The Psychedelic and Free-Wheelin’ Turbowolf

Turbowolf is a band hard to pin down. Musically they’ve been called everything from metal to rock to punk to psychedelia and the band’s always changing sound is what has gained them a devoted fanbase.

LIVE REVIEW: Marilyn Manson @ O2 Academy, Glasgow

“I might be a bit broken, but you can’t break me,” screamed shock-rocker Marilyn Manson as the curtain fell for his adoring fans. After suffering a terrifying injury when a prop crushed him in September, the creative mind behind Marilyn Manson didn’t let this hold him back. Instead of getting some bed rest, his full […]

The LaFontaines release the hounds

The LaFontaines are pioneering their own sound with slick riffs, intelligent lyrics and cheeky charm. Straight off the back of their second album release, we caught up with rapper Kerr Okan to find out what makes The LaFontaines so unique Your new album Common Problem has just been released – how does it feel? Feels […]

Road to happiness with Deaf Havana

After a four-year hiatus, British alternative rock band Deaf Havana are back and bigger than ever. Singer James Veck-Gilodi reveals how the band have risen from the ashes. Tell us a little bit about your new album, All These Countless Nights. It’s pretty much straight-up rock music – some of the songs are a bit […]

REVIEW: James Bay – Chaos And The Calm

With a popular radio hit single ‘Hold Back The River’, winning the BRIT Awards Critics’ Choice Award and now releasing his first album Chaos And The Calm, it’s clear that 2015 is the year that James Bay dominates the music world and gets the recognition he deserves. James’ passion is clear throughout the album, as he […]

REVIEW: Mallory Know – Asymmetry

British rock band Mallory Knox today release their highly anticipated second album, Asymmetry – and you’re definitely going to want to give it a listen to if you’re a fan of the alternative rock genre. Following up from their debut album Signals, Asymmetry does not disappoint. Like the lyrics of the opening track state, this […]