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: KYANOS – Lost In Blue

Ok so picture it now – it’s late 2017, maybe early actually, actually probably not. It’s like roughly late 2017. I’m at a gig in Bury St Edmunds’ The Hunter Club and a certain bass player from KYANOS approaches me drunk. He rambles for a while as I try and make out what he’s saying… […]

Track Review: Rubber Jaw – Freaking Out

Creation23-signed Colchester Trio Rubber Jaw are back with another slice of raw cut emotion you can freak out to. Rubber Jaw are a name you might have heard floating around the East Anglian Music scene for some time now, having been around for the past 2 years, they have already found themselves playing with Pete […]

EP Review: Enterlude – Enterlude

Last May we said that Enterlude are a band capable of writing “absolutely huge tracks”, and their debut EP proves our point. Since their formation late last year, the quintet have really gone from strength to strength having owned their BurySOUND heat, supported Bessie Turner and played their biggest gig to date at The Apex. […]

History & Lore: Lights review

Cambridge’s History & Lore are back with their wonderful new EP Lights. Lights is a “culmination of four years of hard work and progression” and it’s clear that the band’s sound has massively evolved over this period of time. 2017 saw History & Lore release the awesome tracks When I’m Angry… and Turn, however these tracks seem a […]

Track Review: The Baskervilles – Blood In My Mouth

If you’re a fan of full-blooded indie rock, then you’ll absolutely love Blood In My Mouth from Suffolk’s The Baskervilles. Hailing from Ipswich, the five-piece rockers have been working in the studio for the past two years with award-winning producer Tom Donovan resulting in the absolutely massive 2017 track Kalashnikov and the bloody brilliant Blood In My Mouth released only on […]

The Magic Gang: The Magic Gang review

It’s been a long time coming, for sure. Having released a plethora of really really strong EP’s, The Magic Gang have finally got around to releasing a full-length album which a lot of people (like myself) have been waiting a LONG time for. I saw The Magic Gang early last year, supporting Circa Waves, and […]

TMB42 Spotlight: THE CATCH

Our second The Music Blog 42 Spotlight is on Suffolk’s own THE CATCH! Rock band THE CATCH, from the renowned music scene in Bury St Edmunds, have already become established names in not only their own scene but around East Anglia. Having recently played at the Cambridge Junction (read our review here), they’ve played at […]

TMB42 Spotlight: KARKOSA

Our first Spotlight of 2018, and in fact EVER, is on Birmingham-based indie rockers KARKOSA! KARKOSA, one of the brightest talents in the unsigned music scene, formed in 2014 in Birmingham, with help from brothers Michael and Jack Warnock. After recruiting three other band members: Tom Rushton, Ryan Trott and Will Clews, the band went […]

Our East Anglian Songs of the Year

The music scene in the East is thriving, with bands from the area really hitting the big time this year. In this short segment, we look at our Top 10 tracks from East Anglia covering Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire! 10: Fick As Fieves – Label Us The three-piece band hailing from Aldeburgh really hit it […]