On their new EP, ‘Canvas’, Bristol trio Blank Atlas produce a vibrant mix of hook-y choruses, textured riffs and infectious harmonies. Wrapped around by a distinctive British alt-rock sound, songs such as ‘Sing For Something’, ‘Halfway There’ and ‘Borrowed Time’ thrive with urgency and confidence. Beyond the riffs and three-part
Dripping with reverse reverbs, delays, and vintage Mellotron flutes, The Blonde Tongues embrace a psychedelic dream-punk sound on ‘Rain Check.’ Take an exclusive first listen right here!
Classified Frequency’s vocalist/guitarist Matthew Berry to picks out five songs that defined the year of 1999.
Guest Blog: Living With Tragedy – The Reality Of Life in “One Of The Worlds Most Liveable Cities”
by Living With Lions’ Chase Brenneman
Living With Lions’ hometown of Vancouver is considered the “third most livable city in the world”, but as Living With Lions‘ Chase Brenneman explains, it’s a city with its issues.
With their progressive tendencies, Dead Letter Circus are part of a long line of bands to emerge from the Australian prog scene. We spoke to DLC vocalist Kim Benzie about the five essential prog bands to come from Down Under.