Skip to main content



Avalanche Party 24 Carat Diamond Trephine Album Review

Avalanche Party 24 Carat Diamond Trephine Album Review
Avalanche Party are your new favourite feral garage-punk band.
Hailing from North Yorkshire Moors, the quintet release their highly anticipated debut album Friday via So Knee Records. Following their promising reputation for their intense and intimate performances, the band’s debut drops tomorrow.
24 Carat Diamond Trephine  is a tester of sanity, both the band’s and the listeners. It is an album to prowl on, to prey on and to lose your mind to. There are recognisable inspirations behind this album- some more obvious than others. Nods towards The Wytches and The Cramps are present yet the album harbours its own originality that has undoubtedly captured the raw, undomesticated passion of Avalanche Party’s live shows.
The album is an eleven-track joyride that is boiling over- capturing and regurgitating the band’s raw energy and presenting it to you in LP form. The album opens with a murder-ballad style track ‘El Dorado’. With its melanc…

Latest posts

Yak Attack: Following Yak

Yak Confirm No Plans For Further Music

“I’m here because I deserve to be here- it’s got nothing to do with my fanny” / Interview with Bang Bang Romeo

The C33s ‘Resurrect’ New Single

“Big Performance, Little Stage” Bang Bang Romeo: LIVE REVIEW

“Dump your boyfriend and bang your own drum” Holy Moly and The Crackers Live Review

The Jim Jones Review (Live Review of Jim Jones and The Righteous Mind)

“This is about being strong and being a woman” Emily Capell Debut Album Review

Emily Capell Releases First Single Ahead of Debut Album

The Beatles Revisit Abbey Road for 50th Anniversary