Fireworks at Pittsburgh in Tune

With a noise pop sound that drew inspiration from bands like My Bloody Valentine, The Shop Assistants and Buzzcocks, British outfit The Fireworks made a nice first impression in 2013 with the release of a self-titled EP. With the reverb-soaked vocals of Emma Hall and Matthew Rimell and plenty of fuzzy guitars, The Fireworks seemed… Continue reading Fireworks at Pittsburgh in Tune

Fireworks at Trouble Zine

Cosa bolle nella pentola di casa Shelflife? Nel nostro classico giretto perlustrativo sulle novità dell’etichetta siamo ovviamente rimasti colpiti e affascinati dalle ultime due produzioni, la prima già in pista (l’album d’esordio dei The Fireworks) e la seconda in rampa di lancio e pronta a conquistarci dal 24 marzo (il nuovo singolo dei Goodly Thousands).… Continue reading Fireworks at Trouble Zine

Fireworks at Deadly Music

London / Brighton-based indie noise pop act The Fireworksreleased their debut album Switch Me On last week on Shelflife,fast becoming to go-to label for fuzzy – and sometimes twee – guitar pop. Recorded at Soup Studios by David Holmes and Simon Trought (Allo Darlin, Comet Gain), the album features fuzz-drenched feedback, sonic guitar pop hooks and twee boy/girl vocals. RIYL: Buzzcocks, Girls… Continue reading Fireworks at Deadly Music