Profile cover photo
Profile photo
ThisIsNotAScene
256 followers -
ThisIsNotAScene - Music Reviews, News and Interviews
ThisIsNotAScene - Music Reviews, News and Interviews

256 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
This hasn’t been easy to write and I’ve deleted it more than a dozen times but I have to announce that the doors of TINAS Towers have now closed.  The last 6 years have been a blast and to see TINAS today from where it began still blows my mind.…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
This year we decided to give you an insight into our team and list their Top 10 releases of 2015 rather than an all encompassing TINAS Top 10. See how the varied tastes of our team differs, with many unique and surprising entries as well as some of the…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
It doesn’t seem too long since I saw the Journey, Whitesnake & Thunder tour at the Arena, and tonight brings another strong line up as Whitesnake return, this time co headlining with Def Leppard on this run of Arena shows. Opening on this run are Black…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
2013 brought us the long-awaited reunion of the original frantic four line up and the subsequent sold out tour. 2014 brought us two things; the laughable b movie Bula Bula Quo and soundtrack album, and “Aquostic” – a surprisingly great acoustic covers…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Corby crew, Raging Speedhorn, are now well into their comeback and this latest tour sees them after completing a successful Pledge campaign and ahead of the recording of the subsequent album. Getting to the venue in time for Ten Foot Wizard, and once…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The originally scheduled sold out show at the Shepherd Bush Empire venue is forced to move to the larger Brixton Academy merely days before the entourage arrives, due to a building inspection identified structural damage. It has been only a matter of…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
San Fransisco’s Kowloon Walled City, at this point, needs no introduction.  After falling hard for their 2012 release, “Container Ships” like I would a nihilist bad boy, I had pensive hopes for their third full length, “Grievances.”  I knew I was into it…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
It is interesting how I can change course in musical tastes from day to day. One day it could be thrash, the next it could be funk. Sometimes Spotify makes this jump for me when I am playing my saved songs on shuffle. I am so glad I have not painted…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
There is a lot of pop punk in the world, some of it is good and some of it is, well, not so good! One band that has fully grasped a handle of how to make pop punk that actually means something is Glasgow’s own Altered Sky, have released one of the years…
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
  1968 are a new four-piece hailing from Cheshire, releasing this self-titled EP in January 2016. Having checked the bands biog I was surprised to find that their name is not in tribute to the year of my conception, but instead a celebration to what they…
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded