Howling Giant are releasing the latest part of the EP trilogy – what did we think? Find out!
The sort of songs you’re a little unnerved to be listening to alone in case they reach out and drag you into their world just a little too much.
The technical ability of them all is striking as is the percussionist’s ability to bracket the snare to the wall like some sort of telekinetic railgun.
Strong vocals and tight harmonies applied in force; bright, flowing drums; aggressively panned spot-microphones; the whole band are tight as a gnat’s.
Check out what we thought of Color Film’s Living Arrangements right here!
It’s angry grunge. Do you want angry grunge? Because this is how you get angry grunge.
If you’re into electro-rock music then you won’t be disappointed, so this is well worth hunting down, trust. It’s a grower, but once it’s in your rotation No Atonement will be there for a while.
Beautiful high backing harmonies and underlying rhythms can be found in Tricot’s new album, 3.
We headed down to Nottingham’s Rock City to check out The One Hundred – here’s what we thought!