MIMR Review: Salt The Snail ‘Maaate’

Drained, exhausted and fed up of all this covid nonsense? Yeah me too but with music being one of the few delights in our lives that still exist, they’re are plenty of new music out there to excite. Prime example of this fact is the pounding new single by cheshire 4 piece and friends ofContinue reading “MIMR Review: Salt The Snail ‘Maaate’”

MIMR Review: We Three Kings ‘Savoir Fair’

As soon as that crunching riff hits your ears you just know to be prepared for some fiery and electric rock n roll noise and Manchester 3 piece We Three Kings deliver with guns blazing with their latest offering ‘Savoir Fair’ released today (Oct 16th) Escaping fron their covid-enforced hiatus, the trio embark on aContinue reading “MIMR Review: We Three Kings ‘Savoir Fair’”

MIMR Review: Valetta ‘Irregular Low’

With one of the glowing tracks from this month or any month infact, Manchester indie-rock quartet Valetta release their debut single ‘Irregular Low’ (Oct 9th) and it ticks all the right boxes in a truly magical way. The 4 piece have been honing their sound over recent times through their brilliant ‘The Swimming Pool’ sessionsContinue reading “MIMR Review: Valetta ‘Irregular Low’”

MIMR Review: Blanketman ‘Beach Body’

After brewing away over the summer months, dealing, like many artists have had to, with the ill-timed lockdown, post-punk act Blanketman flourish once again with their rip-rawing new single ‘Beach Body’ released today. The track is a swift and frenetic, grumbling along with sharp, cutting riffs and enduring, refreshing vocals and a uplifting sound thatContinue reading “MIMR Review: Blanketman ‘Beach Body’”

MIMR Review: Diving Station ‘Joanna’

Recent times have been hard on all musicians and the length of time that bands have had to endure without being able to showpiece their craft is a experience that many in industry never thought would happen but it’s a breath of fresh air to see so many bands on the manchester scene releasing newContinue reading “MIMR Review: Diving Station ‘Joanna’”