So last Thursday I popped to Brighton with a couple pals from work to see the sea…the sea, you see…the sea and well, to shop…and eat. It’s safe to say I had been looking forward to this day for a little while. Day off work, pay day, and a trip to Brighton all in one! First thing’s first though – meeting up outside the station for coffee. It may have been blooming freezing but the beautiful sunshine that beamed down us that day was just calling out for frappucino season.
Working on creating “edible pop chunks” out of songs originally standing as ten minute prog-rock operas are grungy garage four piece Demob Happy from Brighton. Packing a deep bass line behind a fuzzy rock tone, bass playing vocalist Matt Marcantonio claims that lyrically there is an influence from his “bitter disdain for humanity’s engineered ignorance” – so nothing too lighthearted then. Continue reading “INTRODUCING:Demob Happy”
With an ambition to produce something more than ‘just a record’, new instrumental trio Coldbones are all about creating something crammed with emotion as well as a cracking sound. Without vocals to guide this they rely solely on a strong set of varied melodies to demonstrate those emotional ups and downs. The musicians behind all this are Jordan Gilbert on guitar, Max Parr on bass and Joe Phillips on drums. Continue reading “COLDBONES”
SINGLE REVIEW: High Tyde – Karibu
Brighton boys High Tyde are set to release their latest single ‘Karibu’ on July 14th two weeks after the release of the track’s new music video this Monday (June 30th).
The video follows the lads enjoying the sun and sea on a day out in their hometown with various people holding up placards that read the song’s lyrics, offering the feeling of community and everyone being in it together. Along with the catchy tune it ensures that those words stick firmly in your head.
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