Oli Polhill reviews the nuanced indie rock flavourings.
Author Oli Polhill
“My life revolves around working, eating beans on toast, playing music and sleeping”: an interview with The Hyena Kill
Oli Polhill interviewed noisy Manchester rock duo The Hyena Kill ahead of their intimate show at The Notes Cafe, Southampton.
Writer Oli Polhill argues for the efficacy of the American nation under the divine leadership of Sauron.
There are so many aspects of gigs to consider – sound, crowd, ticket price. Some…
Manchester noise-makers The Hyena Kill warmed The Notes Cafe with an intimate and raucous performance (16/10/16).
Winchester two piece electronic group Temples of Youth played to a bustling audience at The Notes Cafe in Southampton city centre (30/09/16).
After a year of relative inactivity Feed The Rhino returned to the live music circuit in glorious fashion at The Joiners (22/09/16).
Tom Searle, the guitarist for British metalcore band Architects, has died aged 28, after suffering with cancer for over three years.
Mid-September will see Southampton get considerably louder as Talking Heads hosts Black Peaks and Heck (18/09/16).
Experimental rock duo The Hyena Kill will play The Notes Cafe in Southampton city centre in mid October (16/10/16).
Orange Goblin will be transforming Engine Rooms into a doom metal-infested swamp in early October (03/10/16).
Hardcore comes to Southampton in late September as Joiners plays host to Feed The Rhino and guests (22/09/16).
Oli Polhill reviews the Southampton band’s “outstanding” debut release.
The band’s fifth studio album “has some redeeming moments,” says Oli Polhill.