The Dutch singer/songwriter Tim van Doorn is streaming his sophomore solo album “Until I Find Myself Again” ahead of its release on June 25. Listen to Van Doorn’s brand new record below. Continue reading
“Favouritism” is the full band debut album by Martyn Crocker, a Plymouth-based musician playing semi-acoustic rock with a smattering of pop-punk flavours in the vein of groups like This Wild Life. Crocker daylights as a secondary school music teacher, and to that light an appropriate and carefully directive demeanour is belied through his songs. Read our review below! Continue reading
After a day of Groezrock you can expect people to be a bit tired, but the opposite is true. They are up bright and early, as is the sun today. So when the festival grounds open, day two of Groezrock could not start a better way. Read our review on the acoustic side of the second day of Groezrock below. Continue reading
It has taken about two years for American Opera to complete his debut full-length “Small Victories“. John Bee, the man behind the moniker, has now released a new single, “Monsters Among Men“. For more details on his debut album and to listen to the song, please read on.
Every year, Belgian punk and hardcore festival Groezrock knows how to get a line-up that covers all grounds. Both old timers and new kids on the block are included in the line-up and like other years, acoustic music can also be found if you know where to look. Read our review on the acoustic side of Groezrock below. Continue reading
Belgium’s punk and harcore festival Groezrock has announced it’s acoustic sessions at the American Socks stand. Joe McMahon, The Flatliners, Red City Radio, and Tim Vantol will be playing the smallest stage on the festival site amongst others. For the full line-up as well as the times they are playing, please read on. Continue reading
Tim Vantol has set the bar high for his third album “Burning Desires“. The Dutch songwriter’s sophomore album “If We Go Down, We Go Together” has made a lasting impression throughout the whole of Europe. Read our review of “Burning Desires” below.