Much-missed bands – Our Lost Infantry Meet their Maker, 2008 – 2010 (part 1)


Earlier this week, Our Lost Infantry announced that they would be calling it a day following the release of one final record – ‘Interregnum’ – and a final farewell show at the band’s home from home, the West End Centre in Aldershot on 24 July. 2008 Formed from the ashes of a twelve-legged indie-folk band…

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Dazy Chain – ‘Bloodbath’ EP review


A local band who have already made a name for themselves with a number of shows in the best venues in Surrey and Hampshire, Dazy Chain have now released their debut EP ‘Bloodbath’. ‘I Don’t Care’ opens the EP but sadly it’s not a strange bedfellow of the Xcerts’ hit of the same name… Melodies…

The Cottonettes – ‘Call Me’ stream


Guildford’s finest purveyors of three-minute indie-pop songs, The Cottonettes have shared their new single ‘Call Me’ – and it might just be their best song yet. Recorded by Paul Tipler (who counts Reuben and Idlewild among his previous clients), the brash and confident song is described by the band as an ‘upbeat ditty about an…

Introducing: Fatherson


Coming recommended by the likes of BBC Introducing’s Ally McCrae and Clash, Fatherson are all set to be the next Kilmarnock band to become one of your favourites. Having already developed a passionate fanbase in their native country, it’s now time for the rest of the country to wake up to their songs of hope…

Top 5 gigs of 2013


We haven’t been to as many concerts this year as in previous times, but still managed to get out to at least one a week. We’ve been entertained by many bands, both on major labels and unsigned, and without further ado, here’s our Top 5 favourite gigs of 2013! Three Trapped Tigers, Tall Ships, The…