Listen Premiere

PREMIERE: Fins Ara – ‘Alone’

Returning two months after debuting the opening chapter of a three-song saga, Barcelona-born artist Fins Ara is now ready to divulge another fragment from his personal collection. The aching piece of ethereal woe has been gifted to Bitter Sweet Symphonies to share in the first play.

Interviews

Reaching the Sky with Inevitable Daydream & M8s Records

Inevitable Daydream are always happy to see me. Maybe it’s because I usually write glowing pieces about them (this will be another one), or maybe it’s just because one of the best bands in Britain are just really nice m8s.

In Conversation With…RHYS LEWIS

In Conversation With…CORELLA

In Conversation With…JADE BIRD

Live

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Kendal Calling 2017

Celebrated Northern festival, Kendal Calling returns for its 2017 programme to the gorgeous scenic surroundings of Lowther Deer Park in The Lake District. Crowned the ‘UK’s Best Small Festival’ by popular live ticketing agent Skiddle, this year’s event surely does live up to the significant hype. Providing entertainment for all ages, the large billing includes […]

LIVE REVIEW: Moonoversun + Cosydrive + Ellie Bleach at The Montague Arms

LIVE REVIEW: The Lumineers at BST Hyde Park

LIVE REVIEW: Everything Everything at Albert Hall, Manchester

Song of the Week

SONG OF THE WEEK: Flyte – ‘Cathy Come Home’

I had the pleasure of seeing Flyte last August at my favourite East London toilet circuit venue, The George Tavern of Shadwell. Flyte closed the show with an upbeat rendition of ‘Please Eloise’, evidently a fan favourite judging by the reaction of the crowd. What really stood out for me that evening however, was their […]

SONG OF THE WEEK: Albin Lee Meldau – ‘Persistence’

SONG OF THE WEEK: Caro – ‘Closet Lunatic’

SONG OF THE WEEK: Dama Scout – ‘Paper Boy’

Album

ALBUM REVIEW: The Last Dinosaur – ‘The Nothing’

Pulitzer Prize winning author Cormac McCarthy purportedly once said that there were only two subjects worth writing about; life and death. So much the better for Jamie Cameron, the primary lyricist behind duo The Last Dinosaur, who elegantly tackles both those familiar subjects in his scintillating opus, ‘The Nothing’. This collection of songs constitutes a […]

ALBUM REVIEW: Jen Gloeckner – ‘Vine’

ALBUM REVIEW: Cigarettes After Sex – ‘Cigarettes After Sex’

ALBUM REVIEW: alt-J – ‘RELAXER’

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