Punk has always been about freedom, and freedom of speech in particular. It has a lot of the followers to the movement back in the day, often seen as the “marginalised”. Those who didn’t feel they could fit anywhere, those whose ideas wouldn’t conform with what society dictated and considered
Sunday evenings aren’t made for going out and most of the time; I’d rather chill at home, take a bath and watch a cheesy movie. Yet, on that second Sunday of November 2018, I have decided that I would be social and gather with practically everyone I know in this
Isaac Gracie has come a long way since creating his first demos in his bedroom in England, not too long ago. Now signed to Virgin/EMI, with a remarkable debut folk-rock album out, Gracie has been on the road forever, playing these songs to hundreds and thousands of people.
It was long overdue.
For the past year and a half, we noticed Waterparks' popularity growing more and more, everywhere we looked. They somehow became the number one trending pop punk band that can't be overlooked anymore. On the paper, they present a pretty good profile : Part of the MDDN
Our first encounter with Yungblud was quite an experience, to say the least. From the moment this curious character jumped on stage with his flashy pink socks, we knew we were onto something.
At first sight, the young singer appears as the living form of post-teenage rebellion and insolence. He's provocative and
The musical landscape in 2018 is an exciting place, with a plethora of new and older artists putting out new stuff every day. However, very few of them do stand out from the masses. It is with a lot of anticipation that we welcomed Marmozets back from almost two years