Premiere /// Glue – Balloon [Video]

Glue premiere their new video for ‘Balloon’ with Rock Britain! Advertisements

Glue – ‘Balloon’ [EP] 2016

Having risen out of its former incarnation Projected Images, Glue was born after a line-up change – the kind of change which proves crucial and brings a fresh start to the tried and tested ways. December 2015 saw the band launching properly and presenting their debut single ‘Peace For Now’. This summer will be marked by the release of Glue’s … Continue reading

The Mirror Trap @ 16 Tons, Moscow; 01.06.2016

Intimate gigs are special. And when such shows are performed by a very special band, the event becomes twice as impressive. While The Mirror Trap are conquering more and more people all over the globe, it’s a tremendous pleasure to have a chance to watch them play small venues. On the first day of the … Continue reading

Future Sound Cartel – Communities Chest [Single] 2016

With a lot of today’s music sounding as if it came from one and the same sound factory, London-based Future Sound Cartel do stand out. A lot. A challenge to mainstream and mundane, the band boast unusually crafted sound with attitude, character and unmatched boldness. They’re absolutely unafraid to experiment and thus put all their … Continue reading

Independent outlook /// The Diamond Noise ‘Do You Like Me Too?’ [EP] 2013

If you think that rock ‘n’ roll is dead, think twice. Or better give a listen to the London-based The Diamond Noise’s EP ‘Do You Like Me Too?’ and hear for yourself: rock ‘n’ roll is as alive and kicking on this indeed diamond EP as it has never been.

Band of the week /// Whales In Cubicles

After living for some time in America and soaking in numerous influences from American bands, Stef (vocals/guitar) moved to London and started Whales In Cubicles with Alex (guitar) and Jamie (bass) and it was the beginning of a great band with attitude. Whales started progressing and immediately drew public attention to their charisma and talent. … Continue reading

Face to face with Dolomite Minor

If you like your music sleek, with dirty riffs and dark, intense sexuality that will send continuous chills down your spine, welcome to the world of Dolomite Minor. A two-piece, who have played small venues around the UK alongside Reading & Leeds and T In The Park to meet equally enthusiastic response, are well on … Continue reading

Theatre night out /// We Will Rock You @ Dominion Theatre /// London /// 12.08.2013

When songs from the past are still relevant in the present and, moreover, create the buzz not less than upon their release, it does tell you a lot about the band. Queen’s songs belong to exactly this category of ever-lasting and never-getting-old songs. For years after the band released their last studio album in the … Continue reading

Face to face with New Killer Shoes

Birmingham lot New Killer Shoes have unleashed a very special treat for their devotees: an acoustic album ‘I Ain’t Even Plugged In’ which is the stripped back version of their record ‘I Ain’t Even Lyin’‘ with the addition of two brand-new tracks. Acoustic rock ‘n’ roll courtesy of New Killer Shoes is an intense and … Continue reading

Traveller’s playlist /// London Vol. 2

When hustle and bustle of the day gave way to the mystery of the night, lighter music dominated my iPod.  Upbeat or melancholic, these tunes were my perfect company on late-night Tube journeys in almost empty carriages or leisurely walks from the station to the hotel along the crowded night streets of Paddington area when … Continue reading