Melic – An Hour to Anywhere

Melic – An Hour to Anywhere

Melic create versatile, talented and creative rock music with pop hooks and an uplifting spirit.  This was written for GIGgle Pics. Variety is the spice of life they say.  Probably because much like a curry plenty of variety will leave you with a big smile, a red face, streaming eyes and a runny nose; but … Continue reading

The Pantomime Villains – Dreamland

The Pantomime Villains – Dreamland

Dreamland  is an infectious and energised slice of indie from the Margate band The Pantomime Villians. The Pantomime Villains have created an E.P which if anything is too short, although a psychiatrist might have something to say about the band’s attitude to relationships.  Even still if indie is your thing, this won’t fail to do … Continue reading

Go-Zilla – Self Titled

Go-Zilla – Self Titled

Robot dinosaurs.  They’re great; arguably they should be the mark of quality for any good album.  This bodes well for Go-Zilla.  Their debut album not only has a robot dinosaur on the front but eleven diverse and brain hijacking tracks. Having played established venues such as the Tonbridge Wells Forum interest around Go-Zilla is starting … Continue reading

Wheres Billy Win The Vote To Open For OPM

Wheres Billy Win The Vote To Open For OPM

Wheres Billy have topped a poll of 33 bands to win the chance to open for OPM on their Kent tour date in March.  Wheres Bill fought of competition from a sea of other talented Kent acts and even beat Rhianna, Justin Bieber and Slayer to the top. Wheres Billy finished on a total of … Continue reading

25/03/2013: Coco and the Butterfields – Low/Encore

25/03/2013: Coco and the Butterfields – Low/Encore

Fip Fok.  A genre you might not be aware of but one you need to wrap your ears around quick.  Coco and the Butterfields are the Canterbury based band that created this genre, and as well as having a live E.P available they’ve just launched their shiny new website. Available from the site are three … Continue reading