Brighton’s Loa Loa continue their stint to render their listeners further on-the-side of impaired hearing by bringing us another absolute clanger of raw guitar and cutting angst, this time though it’s personal. ‘Pyrrhic’ found life out of a real life encounter, one which the band can’t quite seem to live down or shake off.
Fierce Panda are on a role with their latest release, ‘A Little More Time’ the debut single from North London lads, National Service.
Fiction Records signings The Big Moon have announced the release of their debut album, ‘Love in the 4th Dimension’ (due April 7th) and to celebrate they’re streaming live highlight, the by turns vulnerable and imperious ‘Formidable’. Verging on the epic, ‘Formidable’ is the most sincere take so far from the London garage-rockers, baring more resemblance […]
Oxford-born Richard Walters recently released a new album titled ‘A.M’, the current single off the new record is ‘Awards Night’, a song that imagines the thoughts and feelings of musician Elliott Smith at his 1998 Oscars performance.
Irish trio whenyoung hit the bullseye with second single ‘Actor’ – a blast of distorted indie-rock drowned in lo-fi vocals and set loose with sugary pop hooks. The newcomers target self-image in a way that’s both bold and lightning fast. Concerned with the falsities that people wear as an act to dilute their own personalities, […]
London folk singer/songwriter King Charles will never let an obstacle deter him from his calling, nor will any logistical or monetary limitations cease his determination to tour his music. Part of which inspired his new song, ‘Find A Way’. A track that came to fruition during the musician’s European tour, last April.
Welsh-born, London-based Sarah Howells soars with fiery intent on the Bill Ryder-Jones produced ‘Honey’. Since setting out on her journey as Bryde, Howells has confounded us in her beautifully inescapable world.
London-via-Barcelona singer/songwriter Odina liberates emotion and bares a fragile heart on debut ‘You Loved Me, You Killed Me’.
A time comes occasionally when a much-needed voice cuts through, and of course in those times, we should take note and listen, and the debut offering from Bristol’s Fenne Lily is just that. Like the burgeoning promise that sparked Lucy Rose’s first steps, Lily’s assured musings are at once, pure and vital.
‘Here It Comes’ see’s the welcome return of Australian beauty Sahara Beck. Her first new material to be released off the forthcoming album ‘PANACEA’.
Sienna Chorus’ elegant pop has stunned us from the first moment we heard debut track ‘Sideways’, the band’s latest release ‘S|W|Y|A’ (Stay Where You Are) continues to raise that bar even higher.
After years of waiting for new music from the illustrious King Charles, the wait is finally over. The delightfully flamboyant folk singer announced that his sophomore album will be released in the new year, and is titled ‘Gamble For A Rose’, the first single to be taken from the LP is the title track.
There will always be firsts for everyone in their lives, but the first times tend to linger with you the longest. On the first listen to 19-year-old Sara Hartman’s debut track ‘Monster Lead Me Home’ I was awe-struck. Firstly, by the insatiable pop hooks (that’s one way to catch my attention), and secondly, by her sensational voice. It’s […]
Leeds noise makers, Forever Cult blaze like a neon pink sign on new single ‘Tunnel Vision’. It’s an outrageous, fist-in-the-air, sucker punch of whirring distortion and snarling fuzzed-up riffage, that’s backed by a furious cacophony of sweet but gritty grunge-pop. And it’s oh so wonderful.
Liu Bei astound with a touching ode to actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman. The panoramic track is the other half to the duo’s previous offering ‘Mind Over Matter’, completing the AA-Side release, which is out now.
Poised and ready to take on the world, this young songbird is nearing the release of a new EP titled ‘As Long As’, it will be her first major release on Chess Club Records and a giant step to greater things. The first track to be aired from the EP is the awe-inspiring piano ballad […]
ETCHES have always been situated in the left-field, alt-indie bracket. Although, this still may be true, their new single ‘Do Nothing’ with its woozy rhythms, stylish hooks and incredibly tight production leans further towards an irresistible psych-pop edge.
Liverpool-based Mike Nelson is BANNERS, he delivers sublime, grandiose pop. Having just unveiled his second release ‘Shine A Light’, it is clear that he is set on a path of greatness. A voice that equals the emotional intensity and touching beauty of Rhodes.
London band Storms are back with a storming new track entitled ‘Shame’. A song that confirms why this band are unique, with venomous aplomb ‘Shame’ rallies an insatiable hook-driven chorus with blaring noise and writhing, rampant vocal turns in a flamboyant glam-grunge style. It’s a powerful statement.
There is beauty in pain and sadness in light. A perplexity which is practised candidly by Hollow States on ‘Damage I’ve Done’ with breathtaking grace, this is their best moment yet.