Bubbling gently on London’s bar scene, and turning up as support band every now and then, Ferocity Lights have been seeping more and more into my consciousness over the last year or so. With increasingly regularity, I’ve been waking up with their demos in my pocket. And now, they’ve sent us this rather fine little album. Continue Reading
In a terrible accident, probably late at night and involving beer some time in 2008, The Loyalties’ debut album disappeared down the back of the sofa at Pure Rawk HQ. Whilst pursuing a lost peanut however, it was rediscovered several years later, and frankly it’s a bloody good album. Now, with The Loyalties rumoured to be resurfacing this autumn, so it seems a good time to finally review it. Continue Reading
This is one of those moments where I’m struggling to work out whether this EP is the best or worst thing I’ve heard this month. Basically, imagine if you gave four Zodiac Mindwarp fans a budget of about £7.50 or so, a crate of Stella, some cheap ‘n’ nasty speed and told them to go and record four tracks.
The Glitz’ scallywags earned themselves a fine reputation for lust-filled sleaze rock songs from their previous self titled effort a few years ago. Then they disappeared into the ether. However, this second album, Are You One Of Us? will firmly re-establish their intentions to be the capital’s finest rock n’ roll band.