The Verse’s Gem Turner tells us what she thought of Alt-J’s show at Brighton Centre on 4th September 2017.  Alt- J’s eccentricity has elevated to new heights. Alt-J kicked off their UK tour this week, and their first stop was Brighton (lucky us!). For those who have been living under a rock […]

The Verse’s Dominic Courtney interviews indie rock band Maximo Park on their upcoming album release, ahead of their Uk tour, hitting Bexhill’s De La Warr Pavillion on Saturday 13th May. With Maximo Park’s tour for their new album Risk to Exist already underway, guitarist Duncan Lloyd took time out of […]

The Verse’s Rebekah Williams tells us what she thinks of Mallory Knox and their new album, ‘Wired’, released 10th March 2017 Mallory Knox’s new album, ‘Wired‘ really brings out the softer side to the Alternative rock genre. With its upbeat, but no harsh instrumentals, it reminds me of a 2005 […]

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