Will Stevenson

I'm a 21 year old student studying Journalism at the University of Salford. I have a passion for music, with an eclectic taste spanning death metal and hardcore along with pop and hip-hop.

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Rolo Tomassi – Where Myth Becomes Memory

Few could have predicted Rolo Tomassi’s turn from weirdo bedroom noise making upstarts to long-term stalwarts of alternative extreme music, but that journey, starting with 2008’s electronica inflected ‘Hysterics’, has seen the band mature into a thoughtful, intelligent – yet still formidable – experimental force.  Over that six album discography, the frenetic asides Rolo Tomassi…

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Spanish Love Songs and Pkew Pkew Pkew Live at Soup Kitchen, Manchester, May 8th

After months of bubbling hype and a co-headline tour with Ducking Punches last November, Spanish Love Songs returned to Manchester’s Soup Kitchen with a victory lap for their breakthrough record, Schmaltz. Main support came in the form of the excellent Pkew Pkew Pkew (8), the Canadian punk band currently touring their sophomore effort Optimal Lifestyles….

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    Eskimo Callboy – The Scene

    Eskimo Callboy first exploded onto the internet thanks to viral sensation “Is Anyone Up,” five years ago. The song, named after an anonymous revenge porn website, which featured astoundingly insensitive lyrics like: “your pussy, your boobies, on the world wide web,” and “I’ve lost my ability to infatuate hot chicks,” crooned in a voice-distorting autotune,…

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      Obituary – Obituary Review

      Obituary have been together over thirty years now. Releasing a self titled record is often thought of as a career – and legacy – defining move. Whilst Suicide Silence’s controversy ridden eponymous release came with a total change in direction; Obituary have simply solidified their thrashy death metal roots. Indeed, Obituary is almost the band…

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