Mark McConville

Mark McConville is a freelance music journalist from Scotland. He has written extensively about music for online and print publications. He has also been published in a short story anthology. 

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Being As An Ocean - Bashful But Honest Words Carried In Music: A Feature
6 months ago
By rightfully pushing the written word to its limits, Californian band Being As An Ocean is a true advocate for rough around the edges music that pulsates and connects with listeners. They have also b...
Pop Punk: A Revolutionary Genre
a year ago
In the 90s there was an influx of bands trying to overlap. With Green Day and Nirvana becoming pioneers in their infancy, there were other acts who showcased their audacious ambitions. These outfits i...
Green Day – Bullet In A Bible: A Riveting Live Performance by a Rejuvenated Act
a year ago
Rock band Green Day rolled out a glitzy, riveting live performance in 2005, and they filmed it. The act released their seminal American Idiot album months prior and were a band rejuvenated and energis...
Lester Bangs: A Troubled Hero
a year ago
In the world of music journalism there are so many writers who try to imitate, who try to practise the art as a way of pulverising their peers. Through words, magic can happen, and when it comes to mu...
Pvris — All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell: Album Review
2 years ago
Lead singer Lynn Gunn marches through a destructive atmosphere, she fights against the droves of demons which rack her brain, and she tries to overcome the strips of darkness which pummels the light. ...
Paramore: Altering Of Styles.
2 years ago
Pop punk has become somewhat swollen. It has many bands under its weighty arms. It gathers up many acts and spits them out into a state of failure. Many acts fizzle out or imitate, spearheading their ...