2020 Crew Review: Katie Frost – Photo Editor

I don’t need to go into what an unbelievable shit-storm this year has been for everyone, so I will just get straight on with mentioning some of the positive things that have got me through. Favourite Albums: Trivium - What The Dead Men Say Sólstafir - Endless Twilight of Codependent Love Mountain Caller - Chronicle I: … Continue reading 2020 Crew Review: Katie Frost – Photo Editor

Album Review: Rews – Warriors

With the release of debut album, Pyro, almost three years ago (seriously, how did that happen?), Rews have finally unleashed their follow-up, after some impressive touring and a personnel shake-up. Transforming from a two-piece into a trio with a new drummer and the addition of bass, it’s breathed new life into Rews. Moreover, Warriors shows … Continue reading Album Review: Rews – Warriors

Gig Review: The Darkness / Rews – York Barbican (17th December 2019)

While fans of pop music look forward to Michael Bublé being wheeled out of the cave he has been hiding in all year to spread a little bit of festival cheer, rock fans have what seems to be an annual rock n' rock pantomime provided by The Darkness to get them in the Christmas spirit. … Continue reading Gig Review: The Darkness / Rews – York Barbican (17th December 2019)

Festival Review: Siren Calling – Studio 9294, London (17th August 2019)

Last Saturday I headed to Studio 9294 in Hackney Wick, East London for Siren Calling: a day-long music festival showcasing a huge range of largely female musicians and bands organised by We Can Do It Records: a company set up to support exciting new talent from equal genders and various backgrounds. The venue was great … Continue reading Festival Review: Siren Calling – Studio 9294, London (17th August 2019)

Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View

It’s that time of the year when several thousand people descend on Camden for the weekend to enjoy sunshine, good music and great company. As the yearly multi-venue festival in the heart of London saw it expand to a second day this year, stamina is needed. And once the tickets are exchanged for wristbands and … Continue reading Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View

We’ll Be There: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View

I remember sitting in The Elephant’s Head in Camden last year. RavenEye had just smashed their set at Dingwalls and every other venue was full to the rafters so myself and two friends retired for the evening; Camden Rocks 2018 had come to its end. Beer and whisky were flowing in equal volume and with … Continue reading We’ll Be There: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View