TMB42 Track of the Year 2018 results

For the past few months, YOU have been voting for your favourite East Anglian track of 2018. Now it’s time to reveal this year’s top ten and winners.   10. The Glitter Shop – Tonic Grunge-pop trio The Glitter Shop have been making a name for themselves around the region this year with their electric live performances. The […]

Riverwalk Fundraiser @ The Hunter Club

A headline set from Tundra topped off an incredible night of live music at The Hunter Club on Saturday (16th June) night. Mouse-Drawn Cart opened the evening in front of a relatively strong crowd, mesmerising the audiences with their charming acoustic sounds, a perfect way to kick off what was to be a heavy evening. Another […]

Bury Fringe All-Dayer 2018 @ The Hunter Club, BSE

An incredible array of talent was on display at The Hunter Club yesterday (Saturday 5th May) for the 7th annual Bury Fringe All-Dayer, headlined by the rampant Gaffa Tape Sandy. The day was brilliantly started with bands from Queens Road Rock School, Queen Dogs showed vast confidence beyond the years playing covers of One Way or Another […]

Tundra: Life’s A Beach review

An EP that has been teased for quite a long time has lived up to the hype, Tundra’s second EP Life’s A Beach is a defining moment for Sudbury’s loveable punk trio. Having already had a mind-blowing start to 2018 with a surprise support slot with Yorkshire rockers Marmozets at Cambridge Junction in February, the band […]

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 […]

Marmozets @ Cambridge Junction

Marmozets played a triumphant set last night (6th Feb) at the Cambridge Junction. The band flew out of the starting blocks, pounding their way through tracks like New Religion and Habits. The majority of their setlist came from their new record Knowing What You Know Now, with Play and Meant To Be sounding absolutely ferocious […]