MIMR Band Chat: The Heavy North

With the pandemic showing no sign of easing anytime soon, how ever much we all hope it does, new music never stops to be produced and that’s where one of MIMR newest discoveries The Heavy North really shine with their gritty rock sound. I spoke to the band about their EP, pandemic activities and festivalContinue reading “MIMR Band Chat: The Heavy North”

MIMR Review: The Be Positives ‘It’s Easy (If You Try)

In a long overdue inclusion on the blog, Manchester melodic pop quartet The be Positives glide themselves effortlessly into our hearts with their pre xmas single (Dec 15th) and certainly was one of MIMR favourite tracks to end the troublesome year that was 2020. Produced at the start of the 1st lockdown, a vintage 60sContinue reading “MIMR Review: The Be Positives ‘It’s Easy (If You Try)”

MIMR Review: The Battery Farm ‘Maggot Line’

Shouting from the rooftops and making themselves heard amongst the chaos of the world currently, Manchester viseral punk quartet The Battery Farm unveil their latest devasting and destructive track ‘Maggot Line’ today (Oct 23rd) and it’s a wild whirlwind, spiralling through your body. Taken from their upcoming debut EP ‘ENDLESSLY UNSTOPPABLE PAIN’ out Nov 27thContinue reading “MIMR Review: The Battery Farm ‘Maggot Line’”

MIMR Review: Van Houten ‘You and Me’

MIMR welcomes back to the blog slacker-pop 5 piece Van Houten with their latest single ‘You and Me’ an intriging insight into their fruitful development of their already enriched sound which drew MIMR in last year. The follow up to the their self titled record from 2019 is a breath of fresh air with theirContinue reading “MIMR Review: Van Houten ‘You and Me’”