Review: Hunter’s “So Gay” Is A Colorful, Flamboyant Message To Those Who Turn Their Nose Up At The LGBTQ Community




There’s a new breed of activist in town, and hes coming to us with a classic tune for all of those subject to discrimination or hate, just because they were born differently.

The track “So Gay” can be seen in a few different ways, for example, one could see it as a invitation to accept yourself and others for who they are, and others may just see this song as a big middle finger to those who have already acted harshly against anyone a part of the LGBTQ community.

The track itself draws from lots of different styles, drawing from inspirations from around the globe. With a Blues styled husk, Hunter sings the lyrics with strength and passion, while the instrumentation has military nuances, the inclusion of guitars, and a heavy Bass section culminating in this momentous opus.

So be sure to check Hunter out:




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Strange But True?! Bryony Dunn’s Phone Box Tour Is A Real Thing!





List your Favorite Venues or gigs. Now think back to the one problem with the venue, expensive drinks, bad service or possibly the biggest problem, the space! Well this is a element of gig-going that singer-songwriter Bryony Dunn is taking to new levels.

Bryony plans to take her acoustic guitar around the UK in search for public telephone boxes to perform in, and shes calling on all of her fans to help her find the perfect telephone boxes.



Her acoustic Folk-indie act will be home to these ‘Venues’ around the country, and with an army of curious and intrigued music lovers behind her, she is surely not one to be missed.

Be sure to check out her recent release “Golden Girl” out now:



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Twitter:  @BryonyG_Dunn


Instagram: bryonydunn 



The Scripts ‘Arms Open’ Video Out Now!






“For us, this is more than just a music video. Like the song itself, we wanted to reach out to as many people as possible, people who have been less fortunate in life, giving them a platform to tell their stories. On researching the ideas for the video, we came across so many charities, and while they are all doing such great work, we were immediately inspired by A Sense of Home and wanted to show support and build awareness. This organisation offered a real solution that could be rolled out across the world, particularly in Ireland where this problem is so prevalent. So please help us share it wide and share it proud with Arms Open.”

Mark, Danny + Glen



Don’t forget, you can get your own Freedom Child wings and share it with the rest of #TheScriptFamily!

There are also some tickets left for dates on our 2018 arena tour! Selling fast, so you better be quick… Get yours below!




We Sat Down With Indie Band Mosaic, To Find Out Where It All Started!





Speaking to us about how they started, where they draw inspiration from and what we can expect from their brand new EP ‘For You’.

Q: What made you guys want to go into music, what started it all? 

A: “The Sheer Enjoyment of it really, I think we all started out playing our respective instruments from an early age. and that all we have wanted to do”.  

Q: What would be the best way of describing yourselves to listeners who may not of heard of you guys? 

A: “We all met while studying at the academy of contemporary music and have been together ever since. As individuals we have similar interests which is mainly music and football so there’s always something to laugh about between the 5 of us”. 

Q: Your brand new single, ‘RIO’, what can you tell us about that? 

A: “I’d say ‘Rio’ resembles our sound as a band. its very energetic, in your face, and it gets the crowd bouncing. you can definitely hear the rocky bloc party/Franz Ferdinand influences throughout as well”. 

Q: And finally, what was the writing and recording process like for this track/EP? 

A: “I think Rio was written when we were still at Uni. The lyrics were about relationshippy stuff happening at the time and we wrote it over a few practice sessions”. 

A: “The recording process was a lot of fun, we worked with another one of our mates, Henry Watkins, he did the producing for us. It was great to put all of our individual parts together and finally hear it as a collective”. 


Thank you to the boys in Mosaic for letting us pick their brains, and be sure to check out their brand new song ‘Rio’, which is out now.

Twitter: https://twitter.com_mosaicofficial


The Sheratons Are Bringing You ‘Better Days’ In Debut Single



Underground Indie band, The Sheratons are set to start their rise with new single ‘Better Days’, which will please all your music loving needs.

The youthful outlook on life the Sheratons posses, will most likely convert any of us into life loving and enthusiastic music Listeners. This is all down to the work and style that each member has brought forward, making the Sheratons a dangerous but welcoming force.

the 4 members of the Sheratons come together with a positive attitude and individuality, with Finley Ryan (rhythm guitar and vocals), bringing a paisley-mod style through his doc martins and attitude to playing. While Emma Liu keeps the sharp rhythms and beats steady on the drums, with bassist James Jowett. Lead vocals come from Kane Bulleyment, who’s lead guitar playing is precise and to the point, giving the Sheratons the ultimate arsenal.

They are currently over half way through their tour, with only 2 dates left, a show at Zanzibar in Liverpool on the 21st October and the finisher being held in Leeds at the Lending room on the 18th November.

Be sure to check them out:



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The Lounge Revival Starts Here! LAPP’s Sunny.

…and when we say “lounge”, we really do mean both in terms of the room in your house and relaxing horizontally. At the forefront of fashionable relaxing is LAPP, whose video to his track, Sunny, a song which is actually intrinsically linked to The Catcher in the Rye, has actually tickled our fancy purely because:

A. It’s catchy.

B. We like snooping in people’s homes.

Watch the video to “Sunny” here:







Tidalwaves of Feedback from Sweden’s Pink Milk

With Kevin Shields still on the world’s longest holiday, the title of feedback royalty is still up for grabs. The shoegaze scene has exploded over the last twelve months, though nothing has really stood out as being particularly original or worthy of repeated listens. Pink Milk, a drum/guitar duo from Sweden have made the first noteworthy attempt to clinch the title.

If you’re going to do the guitar feedback thing, you might as well go for broke. Duly, the echo and size of the sound here is almost intoxicating, I can only imagine there are casualties at their live shows.  The lead track from their forthcoming album, Kill 4 U, is Pink Milk at their tantalising best, crashing, cloying guitar riffs and zephyr-like vocals, it’s the sound of bellowing whales above water.

The buzz the band is creating, from Kerrang to 6 Music, have made their soon to be released album, Purple, one of the most anticipated among rock fans this year, with their cover version of Foreigner’s I Want to Know What Love is? taking the original song to all sorts of dark places and dragging you kicking and screaming along. Drink deeply from Pink Milk before they get huge.