The Dirty Nil – ‘Fuck Art’ album review


Hamilton punks The Dirty Nil will dust the cobwebs off your New Year’s Day hangover with the release of ferocious new record, ‘Fuck Art’. The record kicks off with the crunching riffs of ‘Doom Bay’ before moving into something more alternative rock anthem sounding on ‘Blunt Force Confusion’ – a track that features impassioned vocals…

Orchards new music Darling stream

New music round-up featuring Orchards, Silent Forum, Dialects, Colour of Spring, Dialects and The Dirty Nil


Orchards – ‘Darling‘ Brighton’s Orchards are fresh off a UK and EU tour supporting PWR BTTM and their emimently danceable math rock is showcased perfectly on ‘Darling’. Combining elements of latter-day Paramore with some of Dutch Uncles’ clever sensibilities, it even has a gloriously powerful singalong chorus that ends with the statement ‘I can be…