Bloodstock 2021 Review – A Paying Person’s Perspective (Wed/Thu/Fri)

While we'll be doing our best to get the Editor's view of Bloodstock, the chance to see bands is always nibbled away at with time spent doing interviews and so on. Thankfully, many of the Moshville Times team were out and about as one of you lot - paying punters, happy to lay down their … Continue reading Bloodstock 2021 Review – A Paying Person’s Perspective (Wed/Thu/Fri)

2020 Crew Review: John H – Writer/Reviewer

Looking back over the EPs and albums that I enjoyed the most throughout 2020 it feels like the early part of the year was a very long time ago (did Konvent's Puritan Masochism really only come out in January?!). With my end of year round-up, I’m going to mainly focus on some smaller releases - … Continue reading 2020 Crew Review: John H – Writer/Reviewer

2018 Crew Review: John Higham – Writer

Man, oh man, 2018 was another year of fantastic releases, gigs and fun musical times! As ever, choosing 'the best' or even a bunch of favourites was not going to be easy, but here goes... Album of the year: There were certain weeks in the year that I found it difficult to keep up with … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: John Higham – Writer

ArcTanGent Festival 2018 Review – Thursday

Situated in Mendip, near Bristol, ArcTanGent Festival played host to yet another excellent weekend's math/post-rocking, this year with the added bonus of not terrible weather. Limited to 5,000 attendees and with nearly 80 acts spread over three days and four stages, ArcTanGent is small enough to get between stages easily but has enough space to … Continue reading ArcTanGent Festival 2018 Review – Thursday

Album Review: Svalbard – It’s Hard To Have Hope

How pissed off do you like your hardcore? If the answer is "very", as it should be, then the second full-length album from Bristol’s Svalbard, It's Hard To Have Hope, is for you. Svalbard have produced an album that's a politically outspoken blend of devastating hardcore and melodic post-rock (with a shade of black metal) … Continue reading Album Review: Svalbard – It’s Hard To Have Hope

Interview: Paul Waller of OHHMS

Canterbury-based doomy proggers OHHMS are about to embark on a short jaunt around the UK in support of Animal Aid, and vocalist Paul Waller was kind enough to answer a few questions about the tour as well as offering some details on OHHMS' upcoming new release. Joining OHHMS for the first three dates, Holy Roar … Continue reading Interview: Paul Waller of OHHMS