Dolomite Minor - Talk Like An Aztec

There’s been a lot of dainty indie music floating around our collective conscious recently as we flirt with the hazy tail-end of summer, yet the sun-soaked festival season itself was arguably defined by the prominence of braggadocious, balls-out rock n’ roll. 187 more words

New To Me, Knew To You?

LIVE: The Wytches in Kingston - in-store and New Slang - 21/08/14

To celebrate the release of their debut album, The Wytches played a double bill of shows in Kingston – the first, an intimate in-store at Banquet Records; the second, the headline slot at indie club night New Slang, which is held every Thursday at nightclub McCluskys. 576 more words


REVIEW: DZ Deathrays - Black Rat

Somewhere in a crowded room where pre-drinks are a distant memory, the strobe light is on. You’ve spit up on your shirt, but it’s all okay, your night has just begun. 255 more words


Live Review: DZ Deathrays / PROM / Bypolar (The Boileroom, Guildford, 13/8/14)

Although current events are calling much attention to The Boileroom’s soundproofing, personally I’m starting to think they should allow at least a little noise to escape. 346 more words


An Evening With DZ Deathrays (Mixtape, Middlesbrough - 05/08)

As mentioned in our previous blog Pay For The Piano promoter Henry Carden was kind enough to let us play the DZ Deathrays gig he arranged at… 1,601 more words


The Blood Red Truth

The Blood Red Truth
An interview with Blood Red Shoes

Excited, Steven Ansell is hunched over a crumpled piece of paper. His head darts up and down and his eyes, although hidden by dark glasses, are frantically scouring the lineup for 2000 Trees Festival. 876 more words

Blood Red Shoes

Black Rat by D Z Deathrays

After years of thrashing about at house parties in their hometown of Brisbane, Australia, heavy pop-rock duo DZ Deathrays have found themselves in a slightly alien place. 299 more words