Posts byJames Wilson

Leogun Return with Their New EP ‘Human’

It feels like a long time coming, but Leogun are back! London’s very own rockers have just unleashed their new EP, Human. After their impressive releases By the Reins and Majick Potion, they had set the bar high for themselves. But Tommy Smith (guitars, vocals), Tom Williams (bass) and Adam Lewis (drums) were up for
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The Dunwells Want You to ‘Colour My Mind’

Since the release of their debut album Blind Sighted Faith in 2013, The Dunwells have been a relentless music machine. They have gained a reputation as a hard-working band which have continued to grow over the years. It has seen them perform extensively across the UK and US to great reviews. Not only have they
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Idlewar Take You on a Rock Rite of Passage

Rite is the latest offering from the band Idlewar and, like its predecessors Dig In Ep and their debut album Impulse, it takes no prisoners. Bringing their own blend of hard rock with blues and grunge, James Blake (vocals, bass), Peter Pagonis (drums) and Rick Graham (guitar) continue to show that they are not messing about.
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No Half Measures from Miccoli

The musicians journey isn’t always a smooth one, something which the alternative indie pop band Miccoli can confirm. During the last four years, twin brothers Adriano (vocals, acoustic/electric guitar) and Alex (piano, vocals, acoustic guitar) along with their sister Francesca (vocals, piano, harmonica) have experienced their fair share of ups and downs. It has seen
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The Band of Rascals are Back and Kicking Up a Storm

2014 saw the Band of Rascals unleash their music onto the world with their debut self-titled release. With it, they showed that their style of foot-stompin’ blues rock was here and we needed to pay attention. It is filled with so many amazing tracks with “The Key” and “Held in Thought (Not by You)” getting most
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Emma Stevens is Returning to Her Roots

When it comes to music, there is nothing better than pressing play and hearing something which makes you smile. If you are looking for something to have this effect then look no further as the talented Emma Stevens is here. Since 2012 she has been busy sharing a sound which has a sunnier outlook. This
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Welcome to the Seven Sounds of Taped Live

What happens when you take old school blues and blend it with a modern day grunge rock vibe? You get the band Taped Live. This Glasgow duo comprising of Leo (guitar/vocals) and Sal (drums) have been working hard making a name for themselves for their authentic music, which can now be heard throughout their debut
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Welcome to the City of Sound

Thanks to an infectious sound and their army of fans (known as Beautiful Savages), City of Sound are a band who are causing a stir in the world of music. This LA three-piece are made up of Jordan Wright (vocals, piano), Andrew Leigh (guitar) and Lacey Ammar (violin). Together they deliver something which blends various
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Tom Speight returns with My My My

Over the last few years, Tom Speight has been gaining a reputation as one of the hardest working musicians on the scene. This has seen him performing live across the UK (which has included support slots for Turin Brakes and Feeder to name a few). Not only that, but he has released multiples EP’s of
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