Track Review: The Green Brothers – Something To Lose

Alternative-punk trio The Green Brothers have finally released their debut single Something To Lose and it’s a really great introduction to the band. The trio have previously released tracks on SoundCloud however this is the first track available on all platforms, and it’s a track well worthy of that status. Something To Lose opens with a […]

Track Review: Polly Haynes – I’m Fine

Essex-based singer Polly Haynes released her debut single on Friday (30th March) and it’s fair to say it’s a great track. Haynes has been on the local scene for a while now, having reached the UK Open Mic finals and played countless gigs around the region. Her debut EP is set for release at some […]

Track Review: The Glitter Shop – Sleep

Bury St Edmunds Rock City’s The Glitter Shop are back with another brilliant grunge-pop banger Sleep. Following on from the release of 2017’s ear worm of a track Fizz and the beautiful Alive, the trio are back with a bang with the sweet and dreamy Sleep. The track sees the band take inspiration from the likes of The XX […]

Track Review: Tundra – Swimming Shorts

One of the Bury St Edmunds music scene’s most exciting bands get set to release their EP Life’s A Beach on April 27th and the first single from it comes in the form of Swimming Shorts and it is quite frankly a tune of the highest quality. Getting straight to it, if this track is an […]

Track Review: Stretch Soul Gang – Open Up Your Eyes

We are so so pleased to be premiering the new track from Stretch Soul Gang: Open Up Your Eyes. Off the back of a great 2017 for the band which saw them narrowly miss out on winning BurySOUND and releasing their first single Ain’t Got No Money, the Gang are back with another enthralling track which […]

Track Review: Paint Nothing – You Can’t See Me

We’re so so pleased to premiere the new Paint Nothing track You Can’t See Me, easily one of our songs of the year so far. Paint Nothing are a relatively new band on the local scene, hailing from Cambridge. This is the latest venture from many of the band members who were part of the recently-defunct band […]

Track Review: Tom Lumley – Skyhigh

Tom Lumley’s new track Skyhigh, released on the 15th March, is without a doubt one of the best tracks from the Cambridgeshire frontman. Following on from the release of 2017’s huge indie-rock banger Just Like The Light, Lumley is back on top form once again with a track that will leave you wanting more and more. The track’s […]

Track Review: The Catch – Tie Dye

The Music Blog 42 are pleased to premiere Tie Dye, the latest single from the upcoming BSE band The Catch! Following on from their EP release 03. last year which included the phenomenal Artist and even better Vexed, The Catch are back with their rampant indie rock sounds with Tie Dye. Tie Dye is a barnstorming two and […]

Track Review: Me and The Moon – It’s Alright

Me and The Moon are back with their new single It’s Alright and it’s a quality indie pop tune! The band consists of Tamara Grzegorzek (vocals), Jonny Elstone (guitar) and Alex Archer (drums), and have been together since mid-2015. Since then, they’ve released a debut EP and several singles, as well as supporting other upcoming bands […]

Track Review: Heathen – Eye In The Sky

East Anglian band Heathen released their debut original track Eye In The Sky on Friday (19th February) and it’s safe to say it’s epic! The six-piece group started out as a rock covers band, covering tracks by the legendary likes of Foo Fighters, Bon Jovi and Red Hot Chili Peppers. And after learning this, I feel […]