FILM REVIEW: David Brent: Life on the Road

Like many people I think when it came to a film about David Brent, I was very sceptical. Not only because I felt the character I had fallen in love with 15 years prior had run its course, but also as it just seemed like creator Ricky Gervais flexing his muscle. However, the outcome is…

INTERVIEW: PUP

As they get set to embark on their UK tour, things could have been very different for Toronto four-piece PUP. With the release of the critically acclaimed second record ‘The Dream Is Over‘ earlier in the year, 2016 has already been a bit of a whirlwind for the band. In 2015 vocalist and guitarist Stefan…

Super Unison release first track from upcoming full-length

After teasing fans with a short EP last year, Super Unison have now given the first glimpse of their upcoming full-length. Featuring former Punch vocalist Meghan O’Neil Pennie and Snowing drummer Justin Renninger, the duo are joined by guitarist Kevin DeFranco to round off the trio. Unlike Punch, which kept O’Neil at level ten at…

Touché Amoré share second track from new album

Having already wet the appetite of their fans with ‘Palm Dreams’, Touché Amoré have now released another song from the highly anticipated fourth album Stage Four for fans to get their teeth into. New track ‘SkyScraper’ features solo artist and member of Forrister, Julien Baker in what is a peeled back version of the TA many…

FILM REVIEW: Suicide Squad

The landscape of superhero films was drastically changed following the success of Deadpool. After critics slammed Batman v Superman  DC and Warner Brothers must have been hoping their group of rag-tag villains in Suicide Squad  would be that something a bit more edgy for audiences to get their teeth into. However, in reality it falls…