Author Archives: Kate Crudgington

About Kate Crudgington

Assistant Editor for Gigslutz & Co-host on @getinherears (Hoxton Radio). Big fan of gender equality, Dr Martens, bob cuts, blogs, and liquid eyeliner.

TRACK: TAYNE share new single ‘Haunted’

Past and present collide on TAYNE‘s hypnotic new single ‘Haunted’. The London/Irish industrial synth-pop outfit have shared the track & accompanying eerie visuals ahead of their debut album, Breathe, which is due to be released via Strange Brew this October. Speaking about…

Bouts share new single ‘Face Up’

Dublin’s Bouts have shared ‘Face Up’, the lead single from their forthcoming second album, Flow. It comes five years after the release of their debut LP, Nothing Good Gets Away, and proves that the band have lost none of their skill or momentum when…

WATCH: Asylums – ‘When We Wake Up’

Asylums are offering you “front row seats for Armageddon” on new single ‘When We Wake Up”, and we recommend you take them because doomsday has never sounded so appealing. The track is the first taste from their upcoming second album…

PREMIERE: TAYNE – ‘Alive’

Vital, abrasive, and urgent: ‘Alive’ is the second single from London-based experimental outfit TAYNE. With a sound as distracting as the shade of pink it’s creator Matthew Sutton paints his lips with for their live shows – the new track…

ALBUM: Henry Green – ‘Shift’

Henry Green‘s singles in the lead up to Shift‘s release have been the aural equivalent of clean, measured, soothing breaths of pure oxygen. Now, with the release of his debut via Akira Records, his intuition and skill as an emerging…

INTERVIEW: Asylums, Suspects & SONS

TRIPLE THREAT ALERT: Southend’s Asylums will be headlining The Sebright Arms on Friday 23rd March, with support from Cool Thing Records’ label mates Suspects & Brighton duo SONS. It’s set to be an adrenaline-fueled frenzy of  punk and alternative sound, and the ideal warm-up for…

LIVE: The Soft Moon – The Dome, London 16.02.18

Opening his set with the title track from his recent album Criminal, The Soft Moon – aka Luis Vasquez – gave a seamless, captivating performance at Tufnell Park Dome on Friday night.  Entering the stage in a haze of smoke…

PREMIERE: Champanes – ‘Hollow’

If you’re a fan of all things “dream rock” or “stoner pop” – we recommend you check out Russian duo Champanes. The band have shared their new single ‘Hollow’ with us, and it’s a dark, hypnotic offering from this interesting…

ALBUM: The Soft Moon – ‘Criminal’

Memories of childhood trauma, misplaced guilt and self-hatred have aligned to provide The Soft Moon – aka Luis Vasquez – with an intense opportunity to “cross the line” and produce another incredible record. The Berlin-via-Oakland artist released his fourth album Criminal last week through…

LISTEN: Sweat Threats – ‘Pop My Cherry’

If you’re looking for a (much needed) antidote to “dumb college male bravado” – look no further than Sweat Threats‘ second single, ‘Pop My Cherry’. It’s a riotous few minutes of abrasive, entertaining “post-punk party music” that mocks the hyper-masculine…