Album Review: The Hyena Kill – A Disconnect

“This will probably be the last time you see us as a two-piece,” The Hyena Kill’s Steven Dobb said before he and Lorna Blundell delivered their pleasingly familiar crushing set at Camden Rocks in 2019. “Really?” I asked, half-convinced I’d misheard him as the whisky was beginning to kick in but gratefully rid me of … Continue reading Album Review: The Hyena Kill – A Disconnect

Headline Act: The Hyena Kill

Long-time favourites of ours, The Hyena Kill are back with a new album in a couple of weeks and four more limbs so it was only fair that we re-acquaint ourselves and get to know the newbies! Simple things first – where are you from? Manchester. How long have you been playing? Lorna Blundell (drums): … Continue reading Headline Act: The Hyena Kill

2019 Crew Review: Ross Green – Deputy Editor-in-Chief

I said this last year but it seems like only yesterday I put this together for last year. It’s something I always look forward to – the chance to draw the line under the year and look forward to the next. For me, I didn’t review quite as many albums as last year for a … Continue reading 2019 Crew Review: Ross Green – Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Rachy’s View

I say it every year (and this is number 6) but I really can't believe how fast this festival comes around and is truly the start of summer for me. But this year is even more special, because for the first time it's spread over two days. Double the fun and double the sun! For … Continue reading Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Rachy’s View

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