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I’m outside, and I’m moody. This typical British summer of howling winds and icy rain is assaulting my face in much the same way that Blacklisters are attempting to destroy my ears with their debut release BLKLSTRS. It’s all a very evil and relentless affair, unpleasant if you will, yet strangely enticing. Opener ‘Clubfoot By [...]
With an ear for volume Brew took note of a new band creating a significant impact on the UK underground scene. Riddled with dark humour, famed as the nicest band in the UK and boasting a proven penchant for ability-driven, full-throttle performances, the band they noticed is *Blacklisters*. From the very outset, *Blacklisters* transports you [...]
Oooh, we’re into double figures! 2 weeks to go on our Free Tracks For Xmas event, so far we’ve had Sister, Liberteer, Mojo Fury, Autumn, Burn Everything, Gotthard, Betraeus, Bloodloss, Holy State and today we throw Castrovalva into the mix. Castrovalva are an experimental noise rock trio (formerly duo) consisting of Drums, Bass and Vocals [...]
Day 5 brings the exciting news of Holy State’s signing to the Brew Label. The gritty post-punk merchants formed in 2008 and offer a constant array of loud & warm dynamics. They have been busy recording their debut album on a ship (Lightship95) and a full length LP and UK tour is planned for April [...]
Bringing their own individual brands of dirty, fucked up rock’n’roll to the nation, three of the UKs liveliest new rock acts hit the road together in November this year. If you like it moshable & in your face, you need to be at one of the unlucky 13 dates that are now confirmed. Turbowolf have [...]
Record labels Brew and Dance To The Radio have come together to turn out a 4 band, 4 track limited 10” vinyl split to drop on Record Store Day 2011 (and also in ‘honour’ of the royal wedding…check out the album art). As a reviewer (amateur or otherwise), it’s pretty hard to get your ears [...]
Following a hugely successful 2010 which saw Leeds quartet Chickenhawk release their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Modern Bodies’ and play any stage and festival that the UK had available (including a storming tour with Alexisonfire), from this moment onwards, the band formally known as Chickenhawk are changing their name to Hawk Eyes. Below is a [...]