The Place We Call Home: Royal Mob

With their groove-filled riffs and straight up catchy hooks, Royal Mob sound like the perfect fit for the ever-burgeoning “Brit Rock” scene. However, the quartet aren’t from these shores. While they consider a host of UK bands as key influences, it is the Danish capital of Copenhagen Royal Mob call>>

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The Place We Call Home: Avalanche Party

Having grown up on a musical diet that included Jimi Hendrix and Wilko Johnson, brothers Jordan and Joe Bell have been playing music together since they were 12. They now find themselves as part of Avalanche Party, a commanding garage rock band with psychedelic tendencies. Joined by guitarist Jared Thorpe,>>

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The Place We Call Home: Acadia

On their recently released sophomore EP, ‘All Heart’, alternative/indie quintet Acadia showcase a stirring collection of raw, emotive songs that don’t deserve to go unnoticed. Over the course of its six songs, vocalist Jameson Trudel pours his heart out on songs such as ‘Raymond Arthur’, ‘All Heart, No Feeling’ and>>

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The Place We Call Home: Bailer

Since forming in 2015, Irish quartet Bailer have been unrelenting in delivering frantic metallic hardcore. This week they return with their third EP. Simply titled ‘Bailer’, the five-song collection cements their place as one of hardcore’s best up-and-coming bands. Unforgiving in its delivery, songs such as ‘Lying For A Living’>>

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The Place We Call Home: One Flew West

From their origins as a high school garage band, emerging pop-rock quartet One Flew West will be aiming to kick off 2018 in a big way with the release of their new EP; ‘Trial & Error’. Its tongue-in-cheek, punk-fuelled title track is an infectious, stomping introduction to what OFW have>>

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The Place We Call Home: Damned Spring Fragrantia

It has been over ten years since Damned Spring Fragrantia formed in their native of Parma, Italy. Evolving from their early metalcore/deathcore days, the quintet’s sound now thrives in the tech-metal sphere. Their new EP, ‘Chasm’, marks a new chapter for DSF with Dario Zatti coming in on guitar, bringing>>

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The Place We Call Home: Caligula’s Horse

Since forming in 2011, Caligula’s Horse have crafted a colourful brand of progressive alt rock that has seen them share stages with Opeth, Mastodon, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Protest The Hero and more. This week sees them release their fourth full-length album, ‘In Contact’. Split across four chapters, ‘In Contact’>>

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The Place We Call Home: Blindwish

On their debut album, ‘Good Excuses’, up-and-comers Blindwish blend melodic post-hardcore with pop-punk to create a diverse and interesting collection. Songs such as ‘After Midnight’ (co-written with John Feldmann), ‘Single Word’ and ‘Infected’ are bold with soaring choruses to match. Overall, they offer a fresh take on early-2000s post-hardcore. Having>>

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The Place We Call Home: Head North

On their debut full-length, the lengthy titled ‘The Last Living Man Alive Ever In The History Of The World’, Head North show ambition through a complex but harmonious set of songs. Over the course of 16 songs, the quartet experiment taking in elements of indie and grunge rock. Songs such>>

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