After succeeding triumphantly as the crowned winners of last month’s #BitterSweetPlaylist, we satisfy our promise and gift you, our readers, an exclusive chat with indie’s finest dream pop bright-sparks, Softer Still. The song which landed them here, ‘Forever Faces’ – is an ’80s facing synth jam of pure purpose and sweeping jangle, and just one of […]
London-via-Bristol three piece BOA invigorate with an irresistible charm and an engrossing sonic flavour. Current single ‘Steal It’ reveals their best moment yet, a hands-in-the-air sizzler primed for all those pre-summer playlists and late-night raves. After winning the voting poll in the last edition of our #BitterSweetPlaylist, it seems that BOA have that fighting mentality to succeed.
Justin Timberlake brought sexy back, London five-piece Bokito on the other hand are here to ricochet those lifeless limbs into an uncontrollable frenzy, look no further than their debut single ‘Better At Getting Worse’.
FACE are the first signings to multiple Grammy-winning producer Stuart Price’s new label, AOA. The band, fronted by David Arthur, prove that there’s strength in numbers with bassist Matt Kern, drummer Slim Gabriel and guitarist JC rounding off the exciting four-piece in style. FACE released their first EP – ‘Fear’, produced by Price (The Killers, Everything […]
We like Gang. They are a band with a story to tell. They are a band with personality. They are a band that don’t take themselves too seriously. And they are a band that live for the music. To us, these are all commendable traits. The Brighton-based trio recently released their biggest track to-date ‘Not […]
Ethereal, spellbinding, and forward-looking are the attributes of which London trio Wyldest have fully grasped within their sweet sonics. With the highly anticipated release of their debut EP ‘Dark Matter’ heavy in the air and a huge headline show at Dalston’s Servant Jazz Quarters next week. We had to take the opportunity to grab a few moments with the band, […]
Dublin’s No Monster Club are memorable. Never one’s to stagnate or bow down to the generic, they deal in originality. Opting for the quirks that only self-perpetuated expression can bring, but it’s within their lo-fi noise pop that we truly explore who they are – unpretentious, faintly silly but completely genius. The band release their […]
California’s FMLYBND are anything but dull. Their buzzy electronic pop is as vibrant and infectious as a vocal hook from an M83 song. It’s more than just bubbly synth rock though, that FMLYBND represent – it’s an attitude, it’s a lifestyle and most importantly, it’s freedom. They create a space for undiluted escapism – with […]
Re-invention is always good. It brings about a new way of thinking, it pushes creativity to the forefront and more importantly for the artist, it re-invigorates them. This is true for Joel Baker, the soulful singer has always been drawn to two different worlds.
HABITATS are a band with personality. Their light-hearted approach and musical spontaneity is refreshing, which makes their live performances all the more compelling. The band are releasing their second EP next month, entitled ‘Jungles’ out 12th February. It’s a collection of songs that boldly express HABITATS progression as a band.
2016 promises to be a great year for Sittingbourne’s Get Inuit. The band will be welcoming in the year with a tour of the UK, and soon after they will be starting production on their debut album.
Aussie six-piece Fairchild set about to make our lives that little bit more interesting with their sprawling synth-led rock. They set the ears ablaze, all the while the feet are groovin’.
London band ISLAND have a way with capturing emotion at it’s most vulnerable and poetic, leaving their listeners powerlessly under their spell. With the release of debut EP ‘Girl’ still ripe enough to taste, the band’s unfurling melodies and musical charm are set to ignite the whole nation in glorious wonderment.
The Canterbury five-piece Broken Hands have taken psychedelica and riff-heavy rock, mixed it in a melting pot with distortion and fuzz, and turned it into something quite visceral and wholly satisfying. The band’s debut album ‘Turbulence’ was released earlier this year. Where a visit to the airport by the band’s frontman, sparked the basis for the […]
First thing to remember, Many Things will not rest until they have you on your feet and dancing the night away. Whilst you are two-stepping through step-one, making sure to not loose your balance, the bands powerful, if not instinctive, lyrical prowess kicks in.