Three Fierce Feminist Factions

Review by Jas Robinson?(from The?Baby?Seals) With the Christmas party season firmly behind us, it’s safe to say that January is a difficult month to get right. Resolutions are at risk of being broken and that person you promised yourself you’d become hasn’t yet materialised. But, you know what? Fuck that. Use these three compilation albums to reassert yourself, KonMari the hell out of your music… Continue reading Three Fierce Feminist Factions

Copenhagen’s ‘Enids’ release new EP ‘Worriers’

I think you could argue that there’s certainly not a dearth of womxn in bands. Despite what a lot of mainstream festival line-ups would suggest. I find it hard to keep up with the amount of amazing music I get sent or find from trawling community groups. It’s there, you’ve just got to look for it, with your eyes, Darryl. FFS. ‘Enids’ came to the … Continue reading Copenhagen’s ‘Enids’ release new EP ‘Worriers’

Dream Nails’ inclusivity vibe is the tonic we all need

Hey, you there, stop what you’re doing! Dream Nails, our favourite DIY punk witches, have put out a new, acoustic album. According to the band’s Bandcamp page ‘Take Up Space!’ is a “15-track album includes new songs ‘Jillian’, a punchline-filled banger about cult fitness coach Jillian Michaels; ‘Chirpse Degree Burns’ (Text Me Back) a pacey wailer in three-part harmony about being ghosted by a crush, … Continue reading Dream Nails’ inclusivity vibe is the tonic we all need


Brighton’s ‘Winter Gardens’ sign to Austerity Records

New independent label ‘Austerity Records’ have signed their first artist, ‘Winter Gardens’, a four piece from Brighton. Taking influence from 80’s post-punk, Factory, Postcard, 4AD, Creation era bands, Winter Gardens have developed their own ‘dream punk’ sound, all the ethereal haze of shoegaze and dream pop with the energy of punk. Over the past six months Winter Gardens have managed to secure support slots for … Continue reading Brighton’s ‘Winter Gardens’ sign to Austerity Records

Chicago’s Olivia Hudson releases debut album ‘The Ninth House’

Olivia Hudson’s debut album ‘The Ninth House’ is on the face of it an unassuming offering.  Here is where it draws its strengths.  Hudson has written a thoughtful album peppered with autobiographical nods and situational conversations.  Hudson’s raw talent shines throughout ‘The Ninth House’, a collection of catchy, ethereal tracks. ‘The Ninth House’ tracks the year from the beginning of 2017 to the end.  A … Continue reading Chicago’s Olivia Hudson releases debut album ‘The Ninth House’