Track Review: History & Lore – St. Claire

Cambridgeshire’s leading indie band History & Lore exceed expectations once again with their beautiful new track St. Claire. Ever-present in their hit-filled setlists, St. Claire is a track which really ups the tempo of their live performances and definitely gets their gig-goers moving. The first twenty seconds of the track grab you instantly, the lonely […]

EP Review: Gaffa Tape Sandy – Family Mammal

After months of hard work in the studio, Gaffa Tape Sandy have finally let their second EP Family Mammal loose to critical acclaim. Their instant hit Beehive is unleashed on us right from the get-go, with the band’s proven formula of catchy hooks and razor-sharp instrumentation winning over fans only one song in. My Desperate […]

TMB42 Spotlight: Enterlude

This month’s Spotlight is on one of the most exciting bands on the local scene : indie synth-pop band Enterlude. Band Members: Tom Paren – Vocals and Rhythm Guitar Josh Finch – Lead Guitar Will Allsopp – Bass Ted Ballam – Synthesizers Ethan Richards – Drums Although they are only starting to become more prominent […]

Track Review: Enterlude – British Dream

If you were looking for a fresh new indie-pop band capable of writing absolutely huge tracks then Enterlude are the band for you. After releasing debut single Hurt Yourself only a few weeks ago, which has a tinge of Kasabian mixed in with 80’s synth-pop, the band are unexpectedly back with the bloody awesome British Dream. British Dream starts […]

Declan McKenna @ The Waterfront, Norwich

One of the brightest upcoming talents, Declan McKenna, entertained a sell-out crowd at The Waterfront, Norwich tonight (30th October). McKenna opened his triumphant indie-pop set with arguably the best song from his debut record What Do You Think About The Car?, The Kids Don’t Wanna Come Home and from the moment he sung the first line he […]

The Hoosiers @ The Waterfront Studio, Norwich

A sprinkling of nostalgia filled The Waterfront Studio on Tuesday night (10th October) when The Hoosiers played to a sell-out crowd. Their 10th-anniversary tour to celebrate their debut record The Trick To Life kicked off with a bang as the band thrashed their way through the epic Worried About Ray and even better Worst Case […]