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IN DEPTH: SHVPES

WORDS: AMY ALBINSON Birmingham-based Shvpes are heavy, but besides that, they’re a very hard band to pigeon-hole. To frontman Griffin Dickinson, heavy music can come in all forms. ‘I didn’t want to stick to the...

UNDISCOVERED: PAGAN – AN OPEN LETTER TO MELBOURNE’S WILD MUSIC SCENE

“Sometimes I'm so sick in love with you and never want to leave your arms. Sometimes I want to run away from you and never ever look back. You've given me so much and...

UNDER THE INFLUENCE – ARCHITECTS: HOLLOW CROWN

One outstanding element of each Architects outing is that each record has its own unique following , and these followers will defend them forever. Upon the dawn of Architects’ eighth (yes, eighth) full length release...

ISSUE #53 OUT NOW – THE STORY SO FAR

ORDER YOUR COPY STRAIGHT TO YOUR DOOR HERE The Story So Far | The Black Queen | Astroid Boys | TURNSTILE | Neck Deep | Culture Abuse | Parting Gift | Pijn | Our Hollow,...

IN DEPTH: OLD WOUNDS – NEW HORROR

 WORDS: DEC SHERRY | PHOTO: ELLIE MITCHELL Old Wounds celebrated last Halloween with the surprise return of Kevin Iavaroni; Only Your Enemies Leave Roses on Devil’s Night and a show supporting Motionless in White...

IN DEPTH: MOVEMENTS – FEVER DREAMING (ISSUE 52 COVER STORY)

WORDS: JACK RAMAGE | PHOTOS: GEORGIA RAWSON  Raw emotion: it's hard to find in music these days. In a whitewash age of mindless music, it's refreshing to find a track, let alone discography, that pulls...

UNDER THE INFLUENCE: TOUCHE AMORE – STAGE FOUR

January 16th, 2015. A phone call no one ever wants to receive. A sudden switch is what they called it. Like a record player belt abruptly stopping, with it that sharp and uncomfortable sound...

IN DEPTH: THE BLACK QUEEN – SHATTERING DREAMS

 WORDS: ADAM HOPKINS | PHOTOS: STEPHEN ODOM  “Every record is so personal to me”, explains Greg Puciato as we sit down to discuss the release of ‘Infinite Games’, The Black Queen’s (TBQ) sophomore album.  “I’m...

OTHER SONGS IN OTHER PLACES – EPISODE TWO OUT NOW: MICROWAVE

Last month we launched the EXCLUSIVE Discovered video series, Other Songs In Other Places. Taking your favourite artists to new and creative spaces to record and cover the songs that influenced them the most, our exclusive series has...

UNDER THE INFLUENCE: DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE – PLANS

In July 2012 I pulled out of the driveway of my childhood home for the very last time. Sitting beside my friend I was given the option to play a song. That mixture of...

IN DEPTH: BLACK PEAKS – GOING TO NEW HEIGHTS

WORDS: AMY ALBINSON | PHOTOS: BEN GIBSON “Small underground festivals are a really good thing” starts Dave Larkin, bassist of Brighton-based post-rock band Black Peaks. He’s just played one of their wildest shows to date...

UNDER THE INFLUENCE: TERROR – KEEPERS OF THE FAITH

WORDS: DEC SHERRY When it comes to hardcore, it’s hard to deny the importance that New York had on the genre from the get-go. Journey to the west coast however and you’ll find a scene...

IN DEPTH: WSTR – NEW IDENTITIES

WORDS: BECTON SIMPSON WSTR’s new album is sassy and sarcastic, their plans for 2019 are top secret and they’d love to play a show with My Chemical Romance (who wouldn’t?). Just three of the interesting...

IN DEPTH: BEARTOOTH – NEW REMEDIES

WORDS: JACK RAMAGE  Since their formation in 2012, Beartooth has been shaking the metalcore scene to its roots. Despite their popularity, it's surprising to some that Beartooth is the product of one man; the brainchild...

IN DEPTH: TERROR – TOTAL DEMOLITION

WORDS: DEC SHERRY Some might see a band that have been in the game as long as Terror to be past their prime, or simply just reprocessing the same sounds and ideas they’ve already released....

IN DEPTH: GLASSJAW – COSMOPOLITAN TRIBUTE

"WORDS: CALLUM HURST Illusive, mysterious, ghostly, are all words that have been used to describe Long Island’s Post-Hardcore veterans, Glassjaw over the last fifteen years. Cast your minds back sixteen years to the distant past...

IN DEPTH: JOYCE MANOR – THE MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION

WORDS: AMY ALBINSON Joyce Manor are a band that feel like your teenage years. With their debut album released in 2011 their eagerly awaited fifth record, Million Dollars to Kill Me is due out this...

IN DEPTH: FOXING – GETTING CLOSER

Whilst the band class themselves as Indie Rock, Foxing are far from falling under one genre, and new record, Nearer, My God, only confirms this. Talking to vocalist Conor, Discovered attempt to delve into...

IN DEPTH: THRICE – THE NEW CHAPTER

"If music genres were paint on a pallet, California’s Thrice would have a way of mixing absurd colours to create some surprisingly beautiful but confusing contemporary art. “I think it’s helped keep us inspired...

IN DEPTH: REBORN – THE AMITY AFFLICTION

With the release of their new record, Misery, Joel Birch takes the time to talk to us about the new direction of the band, his mental health and everything in between. We begin by reflecting on...