This is so very liberating, running LOUD HORIZON on a purely selfish basis. I said I’d keep the blog open and write what I fancied, when I could be arsed to do so. And so here I am, day #3 of the re-resurrected blog …. and writing the third post. And buying my second album… Continue Reading
I found, and bought, this when skipping through Bandcamp. Explosive and sounding slightly unhinged punk from New York. Other than featuring members of Mommy, Hank Wood, LOTION, and Pharmkon. I know nothing about Dollhouse. This demo was just released at the end of June there, so hopefully there is more to come soon.
I know LOUD HORIZON is officially on the back burner (see posts yesterday) but THIS popped up on Facebook today. Becky is an old friend from Vancouver who would stay over at my house with her bandmates YOU SAY PARTY! (YSP! WSD!) whenever they were touring UK. This is so different from the music they… Continue Reading
I’m sad to say, that reluctantly, I’m going to have to take a wee step back from LOUD HORIZON. I know – again! When I resurrected the blog after a three year hiatus, I allowed myself a two month period in which to assess the work involved versus the number of daily hits / visitors… Continue Reading
I love it! There’s so much collision of styles, sounds and ideas within less than four minutes of video, that right now I bear the expression of a labrador asked to solve a rubik’s cube puzzle. Firstly, the title attracted my attention. For a few months back in the day, I stayed in digs within… Continue Reading
Cultdreams, who until March of this year were known as Kamikaze Girls, have released their new single, ‘Not My Generation‘ – this being a precursor to their second album release come mid-August. After five years and one album under their previous name, the two-piece band from Brighton and Antwerp, whose songs reflect a distinct social… Continue Reading
That album, ‘Don’t Expect Anything’ is now completed and primed for release in autumn, this year. By this time, I was thinking more along the lines of Blink 182 type pop punk bands. And then the mood changed yet again with the chorus which had me convinced their was a wee bit Foo Fighters inspiration… Continue Reading