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Review: Waiting On A Storm – Vuromantics

In a world of controversy, debate and conflict, one thing is for sure and that is the fact that the Yorkshire music scene is thriving and is the strongest it has been for many years. With bands coming out of York, Leeds, Sheffield and Huddersfield to name just a few it’s easy to see why […]

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Review: Super Capsule – Macabrelabra

Super Capsule are: Josh Curry (Guitar, vocals), Nick Rahn (Guitar), Emily Daly (Bass, vocals) and Joey Campanella (Drums). Super Capsule are an exciting new band out of Brooklyn, NY. There are so many different rock, punk, indie and alt influences on this debut EP it’s often hard to keep up with it but that’s what makes it […]

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Review: Sounds Like a Storm – Emission

Sounds like a storm are: Sennen Ludman, Cormac Connolly, Joseph Schofield and Connor Passey Imagine being told only an hour before a show that you’d be playing a show. No preparation, no time to think about setlists, chances are it would be a bit of a mess. When we first saw Sounds Like a Storm however, […]

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Review – Luke Rainsford – I Feel At Home With You

For those who haven’t heard of Luke Rainsford, what are you doing with your life? Luke’s debut album “I’m Nothing Like My Dad Turned Out To Be” was one of the most personal and genuine records released for some time and cemented himself, for me, as one of the UK’s brightest talents. The follow up “I […]

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Review – The Shtooks – Follow Me

The Shtooks are: Andrew Hubbard, Lawrence Felice, Carlo Felice and Yann Mounot It’s very rare a band comes along and you struggle to define a genre, compare to a mass market artist or say to yourself “I haven’t heard anything like that before”. The Shtooks however are a band that aren’t just genre defining, they’ve somehow […]

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Review: The Cult Collective – Seeking Thrills

The Cult Collective are: Jake Goodman, Dale Medlicott, Ben Gibbs Genre: Britpop, indie For fans of: Noel Gallagher, The Strokes, Reverand and the Makers When you come across a band with just 63 followers on Twitter, it might be easy to assume that they aren’t going to be the most exciting group in the world. For H2N, seeing bands with […]

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Review: Stillia – Let Me In

It’s pretty safe to say it’s been a whirlwind start to 2017 for the lads from St Helens. After confirming the date for the release of this single as the 3rd February, Stillia have been announced at new Manchester venue Jimmy’s, chosen as one of “This Feeling’s” Big in 2017 and were asked to play at […]

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Dead Natives – Ones to Watch in 2017…

Dead Natives are: Liam Dutch, Nick Lemon, Robbie Ferguson and Adam Payne Genre: Alt. rock/Brit pop For fans of: Oasis, The Smiths, The Stone Roses You’re looking out over lush sandy beaches from a hotel balcony in the Mediterranean. You close your eyes; take a deep breath, then listen to the waves of the sea […]

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Review: Howland – No Way

Howland are: Tyler Adams, Lee Vincent, Joe Barnes and Jake Saunders Genre: Pop-rock/indie For fans of: The Hunna / Vant / Sundara Karma Following the incredibly successful Hide, released in 2016, it was only amount of time before Brighton based four-piece Howland released their next huge indie track. Unlike Hide though, which is so raw and powerful, No Way is more relaxed, effortless even […]

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Review: Nobody’s Watching – SHEAFS

SHEAFS are: Lawrence Feenstra (lead vocals), Chris Goodacre (guitar and backing vocals), Callum Wright (bass and backing vocals), Charles Mellor (guitar) and Charlie Eastap (drums) Genre: Indie/rock For fans of: The Sherlocks, The Libertines, Arctic Monkeys At first, it appears effortless for a band to gain social media followers as news quickly spreads through friends […]