Indie dream-pop group Softer Still continue to hail super-sweet shoegaze from Shepperton, Surrey, on new single ‘Wishing Well’. The pop song describing a jealous relationship between two friends glistens an intoxicating melody, as the first single from the band’s forthcoming EP ‘Visions Of You’.
The Big Moon’s shows are hailed for their boisterous and playful nature, and tonight we are lucky enough to witness the London hailing group’s debut record ‘Love In The 4th Dimension’ in its animated live format. The debut captures the transient fun of millennial youth in catching garage-pop raucous, a sound at its most destined […]
Drone-pop cosmonauts FUSS are the latest blissful psych-pop band to tingle the ears, releasing the first track from their debut EP, ‘Fluff’ demonstrates the band’s mind-bending alternate blues. Having signed to new Northern-based independent label, ModernSky Entertainment, and already supported the likes of fellow Liverpool band The Vryll Society, FUSS are a five-piece that highlight […]
Liverpool’s psych-pop extraordinaires The Vryll Society are quickly rising to acclaimed heights. With a heavenly Maida Vale session under their belts at BBC Radio One and a trip over to Austin for SXSW festival this March, the band are fast culminating in a productive year.
On the release day of their new EP ‘Livin La Vida Bolton’, Jordan Allen embraces Manchester’s Albert Hall. The EP’s title is a nod to the rising rock and roll band’s humble hometown of Bolton. This evening’s sold out show supporting The Sherlocks is another milestone for the Jordan Allen journey, following the band’s commended […]
Fast becoming hotly tipped as a ‘break-through band for 2017’, South-East band Glass Peaks release their sophomore single ‘Speak & Spell’. Continuing in the light of their debut single ‘Your Eyes’ (acclaimed as BBC Introducing’s ‘Record Of The Week’ back in January), ‘Speak & Spell’ unreels evocative and dynamic pop from the four-piece.
As South London quartet Hidden Charms embrace the stage tonight, adorned in eye-catching retro fashions, it’s easy to worry this band could be throwback style over substance. Whilst it’s easy to see the groups 60s rock influence of The Kinks and The Beatles to The Stones in their dress, Hidden Charms certainly rip it up […]
Combining an indie energy with a dynamic dance flare, it’s no surprise Junior Empire have been acclaimed as Annie Mac’s ‘New Faces’ of the month on BBC Radio One. The London-based band collide the vibrancy of rolling guitar with animation of synth and beats on ‘Danger’.
The Vyrll Society veer their all-powerful psych into chillingly cool pop with their latest single ‘A Perfect Rhythm’. Steering their experimental sound into soft pop-contagion, the Liverpool group could be set to be the British Tame Impala. Signed to Deltasonic Records (of The Coral to The Zutons), The Vyrll Society are England’s softly transcending answer […]
HABITATS are the Hampshire hailing four-piece punching a necessary groove into funky indie. Following the success of their ‘Jungles’ EP and impressive debut ‘Diamond Days’, the band’s latest single ‘Guilty Pleasure’ continues their hypnotic guitar-pop score.
Keir is as hard to check into a tick box on the indie-pop spectrum as the compellingly alternative Ezra Furman. Making music with an eclectic range of influences, from soul, R&B and indie to jazz, futro and electronica, Keir is equally as mystifying.
Brooding dark-pop crafter George Cosby unveils the ominously seductive ‘All of Your Love’. Perfecting powerful song-craft, Cosby releases the second track from his forthcoming EP A Savage Kiss. With simple, yet carefully cutting, wordplay the London based rising-dynamo follows the debut success of his 2015 EP Human Touch. Using graceful arrangement, Cosby expands on his impassioned […]
The shimmering and all-powerful psych of The Vryll Society continues on the experimental Liverpool group’s latest single ‘Self Realization’. Signed to Deltasonic Records (The Coral, The Zutons), the Kraut pop collective immerse the listener with another cathartically potent release. For fans of The Verve to Stone Roses and The Horrors, The Vryll Society combines the […]
Signed to Manchester’s Scruff Of The Neck Records, The Starkins are the Sheffield four-piece for fans of upbeat and defiant noughties indie.
Sharing a label with Haim and Chvrches, Ardyn burst in similar innovating pop. Signed to National Anthem, the sibling duo unveils ‘Help Me On My Way’ from their forthcoming debut EP Universe. Brother and sister, Rob and Katy Pearson specialize in propelling and mystical pop for after dark.
Yorkshire’s indie-rock quartet King No-One unveil their latest upbeat and intoxicating single ‘Constellations’. The track has already seen airplay on BBC Introducing, as well as being spun by the prestige of BBC’s Huw Stephens.
For fans of Hozier, Sam Smith and George Ezra, the haunting-pop of Londoner George Cosby is here to add to the eclectic stir of modern male singer-songwriters.
Stunning gossamer creating singer-songwriter Chantal Acda reveals tracks from her newly released album The Sparkle In Our Flaws. The album’s title track glistens in a melancholy beauty that twinkles in the light. The title takes inspiration from the scenic location in which recording took place: The Sparkle Studio (Oregon).
Low-fi and alternative pop group, ISLAND, reveals the mellow swoon of the first single from their forthcoming debut EP, Girl.
Planning to release a track each month in the run up to their album release, Bristol’s mystifying electronic duo Svelte return with a third instalment. Continuing to dance in emotive and alternative electro-pop is ‘Lipstick Melts’.