Hard-hitting and unrelenting, Blacklist Union’s ‘modern Hollywood’ sound has gained them fans in both mainstream metal and the classic rock circles, and this, their second album, can only serve to reinforce that. Continue Reading →
Tired of waiting for the new Blink 182 album? Do you have a craving for US pop-punk that can’t quite be sated by eating Oreo ice cream and wearing your baseball cap backwards? Then fear not, Junior are here to save you.
Not to be confused with the US country act of the same name, Jukebox Junkies kick out glam-tinged rock n roll of the fun, unpretentious, sing-along variety, perfect for knocking a few beers back to in a sleazy dive bar somewhere.
New York Loose fans will be fully aware of the discography from where it all started with ‘Bitch’ to ‘Year of the Rat’. However, this is a perfect collection of tracks led by the ever chic-punk of Brijitte West. Continue Reading →