MIMR Review: The Sewer Cats ‘Get It’
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by MIMR
11M ago
They’ve only gone and done it again, MIMR favourite punk rock duo shout from the rooftops with their latest razor sharp single ‘Get It’ already ringing in our ears and we ain’t complaining one bit. Even more mayhem from The Sewer Cats is always on the cards and ‘Get It’ is another example of their explosive and ferocious noise. Spiky and bruising riffs, combined with Cass rip-rawing, manic vocals that we have come so accustomed to from their previous masterpieces, only serves further proof if was ever needed that The Sewer Cats make one of the loudest noises in Manchester and beyond. Now to ..read more
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MIMR Band Chat: Crapsons and Crapfest
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by MIMR
1y ago
Our good friends, wirral punk kings Crapsons are ready to embark on their annual, anarchic Crapfest extravaganza, we spoke to Andy ahead of this years event to get the juices flowing ready for some glorious and very messy moments no doubt! Great to have you on the blog again, so we’re talking about your annual Crapfest spectacular. Just give us a brief history of its beginnings and what made you want to create such an event? Andy: Cheers for having us! Crapfest is essentially a big punk rock celebration, paying tribute to all the hardworking bands and artists in our scene, and the punte ..read more
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MIMR Review: Riverstone ‘Revved Up’
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by MIMR
1y ago
Full throttle and straight up to fifth gear, Cheshire 5 piece Riverstone are in pole position with their latest single ‘Revved Up’ causing quite a stir here at MIMR. Their electrifying Alt/indie sound packs a punch from the get go, spiralling guitars, vocals full of attitude whizz around your head and instantly becomes a indie anthem for a new generation. You can see them in the flesh on 7th July when they support Hollows at the iconic Deaf Institute, Manchester, now thats top of the podium stuff, start spraying that champagne, Riverstone take a bow! Check the single out here: All you need ..read more
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MIMR Band Chat: Leisure Theory (Interview and EP runthrough)
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by MIMR
1y ago
As a long time admirer of his work, we welcome back Jake and his now well oiled machine Leisure Theory back to the blog. His brand new EP ‘A Joy, A Pleasure, A Privilege’ is a mesmerising and enchanting journey taking you to the limitless joys of his work through the many facets of his engrossing sound.   In a very special band chat, Jake gives us the lowdown on the record track by track as well as a brief chat with MIMR including his plans for rest of the year.       A Joy, A Pleasure, A Privilege    The EP opens with the title track, “A Joy, A Pleasure, A P ..read more
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MIMR Review: Goo ‘De Novo’
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by MIMR
1y ago
A delightful slice of Indie pop/rock breaks through the shackles straight to MIMR ears and this energetic tirade comes from one of our new favourite bands ‘Goo’. Hailing from Keighley, Yorkshire, the quartet mesmerise us with their sweet hooks and catchy lyrics on their latest single ‘De Novo’ the 2nd or 3 singles to be released prior to their upcoming EP ‘Chomp’ which will be with us August 11th and we can not wait to get our teeth into it. Glorious vocals, spiralling riffs and frenetic beats throughout make this track one to get hooked on. Already having a busy year with the EP on the hori ..read more
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MIMR Review: The Pleasure Dome ‘Insane/Love Is Dead
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by MIMR
1y ago
Frantic grunge-punk trio The Pleasure Dome have exploded onto our radar with the release of their electrifying double A-side single ‘Insane/Love is Dead and it serves up as a perfect appetiser to what is to come from the band. The Bristol 3 piece unleashed their latest efforts today (June 20th) and with their debut album set for release very soon indeed, this single is a captivating preview. ‘Insane’ is a pulsating listen with rip-rawing riffs, crashing beats and heavyweight vocals which has left our ears ringing. While ‘Love is Dead’ bounces along with great gusto throughout with more powerf ..read more
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MIMR Band Chat: Bruise Control
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by MIMR
1y ago
Currently one of Manchester hottest properties, heavy punk quartet Bruise Control have set 2023 alight with their blazing and ferocious new record ‘Useless for Something’ instantly becoming one of our favourite records in a very long time. We were very lucky to speak to the band ahead of their massive Manchester headline show with our good foes Deco Records this Saturday at Gullivers. We delve into the album, upcoming shows and Dancefloor antics. Photo Credit: James D’arcy MIMR: It’s great to have you on the blog, your one of our most listened to bands around currently. ‘Useless for Something ..read more
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MIMR Review: Sumos ‘Surfacing’
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by MIMR
1y ago
After suffering the lockdown blues, what a time that was when you really think about it, crazy!! this record was born and it’s maybe one of the greatest things to come from a truly awful period of our lifetime. Manchester indie pop 4 piece Sumos finally see their fruits of labor with the release of debut album ‘Surfacing’ which ebs and flows effortlessly through 9 eye-catching triumphs. Released May 12 ‘Surfacing’ is the follow up to the ‘Weird Summer’ EP from back in 2020 and certainly shows how the bands sound has flourished in the time largely spent afar, sometimes things are just worth th ..read more
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MIMR Band Chat: Moby Dickless
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by MIMR
1y ago
From afar Moby Dickless have been thought about a lot by us here at MIMR HQ and their haunting, hard-hitting sound that has really shook us senseless is now starting spread around to many more ears. We were very lucky to get a chat with the band ahead of a busy run of gigs as we head into the summer.      MIMR: We welcome the excellent Moby Dickless to the blog, if you were pitching the band in a Dragons Den type situation, how best would you describe what your all about as a band? Fred: A punk attitude fused with the improvisational freedom and harmony of jazz, we thre ..read more
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MIMR Review: The Red Stains ‘TV Static’
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by MIMR
1y ago
MIMR embrace the anarchic and powerful tremors created by Manchester punk quartet The Red Stains and their latest single which makes all your hairs on your body stand on end. TV Static is a cry out to the sorry state of the world we live in and this exasperation is driven by bellowing vocals, some piercing riffs and chaotic beats, mixed together to make a truly thrilling sound. Having been around the Manchester scene for a while now and with a few line up changes to boot, the foursome are now ready to explode onto the masses, ignite the dynamite and stand back, The Red Stains are the warm gl ..read more
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