No Other Way Out has a very current indie sound, right from the word go. The track is laid-back with a non intrusive melody which is brilliant for when you want to stick a something on and not have to think about anything. There are long episodes of instrumental which nicely breaks up the catchy lyrics and would […]
She Rules starts with a real punk rock sound, heavy guitar riffs and a loud bass, only to be immediately contrasted by the pleasant, gentle voice of Billy Mowbray. You would think of these two factors as being chalk and cheese but it is a clever combination as it increases the appeal to the punksters and indie rockers, alike.
The track Gotta Get Out has an old school, soft rock sort of vibe to it– think Status Quo with a 21st Century twist. Now, it won’t be to everyone’s taste but that is to be expected when the 48Ks are brave enough to try something new. There certainly hasn’t been a band like this for quite […]
Too High Hopes is a track which would sit nicely on the O.C Soundtrack or something similar. It has a relaxed sound which reminds you of sun, sea and sand, especially when the harmonica chirps in. Matthew Neel doesn’t opt for unnecessary complexity with his track as it is mainly compromised of an acoustic guitar, barely there […]
Wow, The Eleven 37s are really different and definitely a band to watch. They have a unique sound which mixes funk, soul, and indie rock– something that not many artists are brave enough to try, thus leaving a nice Eleven 37s sized gap in the market at the moment.
Here Comes The Storm is a track that would appeal not […]
Exit Stage Left is a firm favourite track on the Inspiration: Postremo album. No Lights At Lockdown bring a great pop rock sound which is currently working so well for the likes of The Blackout and You Me At Six at the moment. The track does have some similarities to these power pop rock bands but No […]
Brand New Day presents itself as another stand out track on the Inspiration: Postremo. The band play music and they play it loud but with the gravelly vocals of Louis Ellis anything less than that wouldn’t work.
The track sounds professional and something that could easily make it on to the Radio 1 or the Kerrang! Radio playlist. […]
All The Way is a great little summer track which you can imagine listening to when driving with the roof down. The lyrics and melody are simple and repetitive allowing listeners to quickly become familiar with them. They therefore have a great tendency to get stuck in your head– an essential quality of any anthem.
The track has […]
Dark Dark is a very appropriate title for this song as it starts with a heavy and mysterious guitar riff. The conflict between the two vocals present on the track, combined with the frequently changing rhythm, makes it somewhat chaotic and busy however, somehow Corpus make it work by occasionally bringing everything back to normality, allowing the […]
When Pretty People first kicks in, it sounds like a throw back from the 80’s as it starts with an electro pop sound that you would expect from the likes of George Michael or Duran Duran. When the vocals begin however, you realise you couldn’t be further from Simon Le Bön if you tried.
Looking through the band […]