The debut single ‘Bury Me’ from Bristol’s George Glew is a simple, yet heart-wrenching fight between the musical elements.
Chesterfield indie-pop outfit TRASH reveal the latest teaser of their forthcoming self-titled debut EP, with the wonderfully upbeat ’81’. Fusing indie instincts with melancholic melodies, for nostalgic basking in the sun.
Gold Coast collective FAIRCHILD practise a fine balance of tight-roping dynamics on lead album cut, ‘So Long and Thank You’.
Fling: a short period of enjoyment of wild behaviour. You may think it’s lazy for a reviewer to use a dictionary definition to sum up a band’s ethos, and you’d be right. However, I shall continue regardless, because frankly, its been a while since I’ve written a review, and Fling’s latest track ‘Just A Dog’ has put […]
“4AM. That time right before the sun is about to rise, lying vulnerable and compromised trying to wish myself out of the situation I had spent so long getting myself into, and out of, and into again. It’s four in the morning. I think I should go.” – Exert from the Author’s journal
It’s no secret that EAT FAST have been a regular in our pages since they launched, now well into the music game, the lo-fi punks step out of the shade to bring us their most action-packed moment to date: ‘Immortal Kombat’.
Following on from last month’s excellent single ‘Johnny Pt. 2’, Basement Revolver are back with their second preview of their upcoming Agatha EP, ‘Tree Trunks’. It’s the opening track to the EP, and a grittier outing than its predecessor – with distorted guitars that hark back to tracks like ‘Lake, Steel, Oil’ from their self-titled […]
Fresh music from Luster brings us ‘You’ve Got The Heat’, the leading song from their upcoming debut EP; an ’80s inspired track that is without a doubt the most perfect song to help soundtrack your summer.
Sophie Morgan is a singer-songwriter from the North West of England, based in Cheshire but born in Liverpool– you can still hear a wave-like resonance in the undulations of her singing voice. Her vocals, which carry forward reflective, emotive soundscapes – are infused with stories, setting her out from other musicians and markedly distinct for […]
Previewing the first material from their forthcoming body of work, Canterbury’s Tokyo Tea Room gift swirling textures and ethereal tones on ‘Sunset Exit’.
Elle Mary & The Bad Men share moving single ‘Undead’, via Sideways Saloon/Kartel Music Group.
Ahead of their UK tour and the release of their debut album ‘Postcards’ (due 30th June), Meadowlark confirm their latest single to be the enchantingly well-written ‘Body Lose’.
Space dust fuzz fills my head with the new single, ‘She’ from The Machiavellis; the bass line hook is full of good intentions with tender atmospheric guitar riffs panning from left to right, swaying my consciousness, both delivered by the talented Ruben Elbrond-Palmer, whom also produced the track.
After spending the past year or so on musical hiatus and simultaneously studying to become a paramedic, Paul Thomas Saunders returns with his new single ‘Holding On For Love’.
Lead single, ‘Codeine’ from Forever Cult’s new EP ‘Homewrecker’ is a fuzzy and furious headbuster of shouts and strikes.
London’s Bat and Ball reveal a vital (if not, the most important) piece from their forthcoming debut full-length with new track, ‘Worth’. The trio challenge and protest body image in this new musical dialogue. Self-worth is almost always hard-won, especially living in a time where outside factors dominate and protrude all who have access to […]
Hannah Nicholson opens up a story in a song to the listener in her latest track ‘Oliver’. Having previously performed as one half of the Manchester based psych-folk duo Bird to Beast, now she goes solo, channelling her classically-trained voice into the turbulence of lone emotion – and it is very rewarding indeed.
Escapism may seem like a cowardly exit method at times, but it’s true we all need to breakaway every now and then, and it’s fair to say that music is one of those mediums that we turn to. Appropriately so, the coral-washed sounds of Westerman cannot project a more fitting or absorbing ideal. Cleansing to the […]
South London singer/songwriter Miles Horn releases new single ‘The Birds and You’ on 6th June, coinciding with his upcoming live shows in the capital.
Canadian shoegaze trio Basement Revolver broke onto the scene last year with their debut single ‘Johnny’, which primed them for success, racking up hundreds of thousands of Spotify plays. Here, they’ve surpassed it with their newest single and sequel song, ‘Johnny Pt. 2’.