Honeyflux – ‘Hourglass’ Single Review

Newcastle-based alt-rock outfit, Honeyflux returned the local music scene this summer with their sparkling second single, 'Hourglass'. Released on July 2nd, the visually inspiring track is overflowing with fictitious imagery that effortlessly paints a vibrant, picturesque, and sun-tinged landscape. (Image: Honeyflux) Composed of members from Backyard Rhythm Orchestra, The Baghdaddies, Prudent Primate, and Shields UK,... Continue Reading →

Docksuns – ‘So Cold Love’ Single Review

Back on April 30th, Sunderland-based indie-rockers, Docksuns dropped their latest single titled 'So Cold Love'. The retrospective track sees the band look back upon, and candidly open up about, unstable past relationships, serving as a sequel to their passionate previous single, 'Blew Up A Kiss'. Docksuns is composed of: James Baxter’s vocals and guitar, Adam... Continue Reading →

Hannah Robinson – ‘Dark Desires’ EP Review

Back in March, Gateshead-based singer-songwriter, Hannah Robinson graced the local music scene once again with the release of her debut EP, Dark Desires. Oozing with emotion and melancholic character, the three-track EP explores a range of delicate sentiments, from lust and obsession, to heartbreak and grief, all through the candid lens of the emerging artist.... Continue Reading →

Abnorm: ‘Citrus’ – Single Review

Newcastle-based alt-rock outfit, Abnorm, open up about bad mental health days in their debut single ‘Citrus’. Released on September 18th, the up-and-coming five-piece kick started their discography with this strong offering, which is packed full of catchy melodies, emotive lyrics, and powerful, Paramore-esque vocals. Despite having formed just months before the national lockdown, it is... Continue Reading →

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