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 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
Bandaid Brigade are a new band out of somewhere, USA. The press bio doesn’t say. Not that it matters. But given the band’s instigators are Zach Quinn, of hardcore punk band PEARS fame, and Brian Wahlstrom (Scorpios, Gods of Mount Olympus) then I’ll take a punt on New Orleans and California. The band’s makeup is completed… Continue Reading
District Motion are a four–piece rock / pop outfit from Lincolnshire. They came into formal being around 2009 and have to date released twenty-five ‘singles’ and received the backing of BBC Introducing. Their music styles are varied. Like the new single to be released at the end of June, ‘Faded Away,’ is a slow burning,… Continue Reading
I know very little of RATTS, other than they are a three-piece from Whistable, Kent and London. They seem to have been back gigging this past month or so (June 2019), although they are currently finalising their debut album for release towards the end of year, so that could possibly restrict future live shows. Their… Continue Reading
I know – I’m fickle. And impatient. Which means that when wading through so much music and deciding what to feature here on Loud Horizon, a track needs to either grab my attention within the first twenty seconds, or at least intrigue me enough to play on. Of course, an interesting or thought provoking video… Continue Reading