Rap-rock quintet Hollywood Undead release new EP ‘PSALMS’
Californian enigmas HollywoodUndeadhave always been subject to change; a surprise drop of their new EP titled ‘PSLAMS’, almost comes to no surprise at all. Never afraid to push the boundaries of their own sound, the quintet back a return following their fifth studio album – aptly named ‘Five’– back in 2017. The EP emerges as a companion piece to the aforementioned record and proves to be a brilliant continuation of the vibes that were presented.
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Surrey four-piece Seasonal back their sophomore release a good one in the form of ‘Weathered’
Surrey-based quartet Seasonal made their debut last year with heartfelt pop-rock sounds in the form of EP ‘Bloom’. Their sophomore release is ‘Weathered’; a five-track bundle that continues right where they left off.
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Aussie newcomers The Faim release their debut EP, ‘Summer Is A Curse’.
It feels like The Faim appeared out of nowhere at the beginning of 2018. Ever since, they have continued to hit the ground running, accumulating masses of fans across the UK alone. It has been one massive year for the Australians, who originally formed in 2014, they’ve taken on their debut tour and massive festival appearances at Slam Dunk, Download and Reading/Leeds as well as topping some Spotify charts with some brilliant single releases.
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Some of my favourite films, albums, songs and gigs from the first half of 2018
Halfway through the year and I’m feeling like this is already turning out to be a pretty good un’ in terms of music and media. So many old favourites have been sharing their latest tracks throughout 2018, some awesome bands have put on awesome performances and we are being treated some some fantastic movies. It’s time to have a look back at what 2018 has offered so far.
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A investigation kicks off after the body of a single mother is found in the water.
When the body of a single mother turns up at the local river, infamously named ‘The Drowning Pool’, it sparks an investigation with the local community; this is not the first girl to be found dead in this situation. Jules may not be mourning her late sister, but she is dragged back to a place she had once escaped before to care for the orphaned child and uncover some old memories.
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Paramore drummer Zac Farro releases a new solo EP ‘Flowerss’ just in time for Summer
The multi-instrumentalist and musical genius of many coats Zac Farro eyed up a solo project following his departure from successful rein at Paramore with brother and fellow member Josh. First dubbed as a duo project back in 2010 titled Tunnel, there has been quite a few drastic changes to Halfnoise to make it the one-manned show we see it as now.
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London ska-punk sextet are back and more formidable than ever.
Following the ska brilliance that was Popes of Chillitown’s sophomore record ‘To The Moon’, released back in 2015, the London based genre concoction is back with vengeance with their third full-length album ‘Work Hard, Play Hard, See You in the Graveyard’.
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