LISTEN: RUNAH – ‘Ghost Light’ / ‘Let’s Do It All Again’

RUNAH has always been an impossible artist to pigeonhole, swerving clear of convention at every turn whilst concocting her own unique blend of indie-pop. On this latest double release, featuring A-side ‘Ghost Light‘ and supporting single ‘Let’s Do It All Again,’ she shifts in tone and style once again, paving the way for her eagerly […]


In Conversation with… THE EARLY MORNINGS

Hailing from Manchester and now South London-based, The Early Mornings are an up-and-coming band with very clear ideas which they’re keen to put into practice. We got a first taste of that with their recent self-released EP, Unnecessary Creation, a record with a provocative title and enough ambition to bounce between different genres and suggestions, […]

In Conversation with… KAHLLA

In Conversation with… HUMAN NOISE

In Conversation with… ULTRACRUSH


LIVE REVIEW: King Charles at Deaf Institute, Manchester

At this point in late October, in 2021, the Deaf Institute has been reopen for a number of months after a grueling year of uncertainty. Standing resilient after a near closure, not just due to a global pandemic, but a change of hands in ownership. The venue, more than ever, stands as a beacon of […]

LIVE REVIEW: Do Nothing + Folly Group + Plastic Estate at Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

MUSORELIEF: A Bitter Sweet Symphonies Online Festival

LIVE REVIEW: IDER + Art School Girlfriend at Band on the Wall, Manchester


TRACK BY TRACK // Broken Hands – ‘Split in Two’

It is often dubbed the “difficult” second album, in most cases this statement duly proves to be mere superstition or rather an unfortunate belief in the folklore of artistic stagnation, while the creation of Broken Hands’ sophomore record was fairly straight-forward on the surface, its arrival into the world has been far from it. A […]


ALBUM REVIEW: Natalie McCool – ‘Memory Girl’

Brimming with limitless innovation and confidence, Liverpool’s Natalie McCool lands a great artistic leap forward with her latest LP, Memory Girl. The singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has become an admired figure of the alt-pop scene, putting in the years constantly developing and honing her sound. Here, five years on since her last full length release, The […]

ALBUM REVIEW: Spud Cannon – ‘Good Kids Make Bad Apples’

ALBUM REVIEW: Chloe Foy – ‘Where Shall We Begin’

ALBUM REVIEW: Squid – ‘Bright Green Field’

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