A name change, a new sound, a rebrand – these elements together signalled the start of a new era for Sydney-based musician, songwriter and vocalist, Huck Hastings. After spending a few years out of sync with his solo project, due to other commitments and other musical projects, attention was diverted back to Hastings’ solo pursuits […]
Talkboy, ever poised to fill your ears with rich audio, have returned with a fresh new cut by way of Come Play With Me and LAB Records. ‘All Works Out‘ draws on the same bottomless well of energy as their previous single ‘Wasting Time’. However, never ones to be pinned as one-trick ponies, ‘All Works […]
London based five-piece Yawwn return to the music scene with their first new material since last year’s ‘Mercy’ – and it’s a tantalising taste of the band’s growing sophistication within the indie canon. ‘New Life‘ is an edgy, guitar-heavy song with soft intricate tones and plenty of lyrical punch.
Building on the low-fi feel of their previous releases, Junodream’s newest offering ‘Terrible Things That Could Happen’ is a brilliant blend of post rock and melodic pop. Though the title is a bit of a clumsy mouthful, the track is jam-packed with wicked riffs, sardonic lyrics, tight, memorable production, and a hook so fiery it […]
In Britain, it’s traditional to go see fireworks on November 5th, so that’s exactly what I did. Those fireworks, though more metaphorical than literal, were set off by rising star Sam Fender, embarking on the sixth date of his current UK tour, hot off the back of singles Dead Boys and That Sound. He and his band packed out […]
Walking into the intimate venue that is Hoxton Hall, we were met with a wave of excitement and anticipation as Palace were about to take to the stage.
Telling a story discussing conformity and social anxiety, ‘Wallflower’ is a personal, heartfelt commentary; Martha Hill gives impactful, honest lyrics, bluesy guitar riffs, and her soulful, husky vocals, and they are a breath of fresh air.
It’s safe to say it has been a bit of a whirlwind year so far for singer-songwriter Freya Ridings. With her single ‘Lost Without You’ going viral after being featured on Love Island, touring across the UK and US, and her latest UK tour close to selling out, everything is looking up for the London […]
Youth is a sacred thing. While every human is destined to age and experience change over the span of a lifetime, the essential formative years ground a person and outline an impression for one to either follow or subvert. Fascinated by youth, Irish-born Aoife Power, Niall Burns and Andrew Flood set out on a journey […]
Following the intrepid rhythms of last year’s ‘Down the Slopes,’ Manchester’s most-exciting underground revellers return. This time turning up the kitsch of the ’60s and beaming in the rays, ‘Slipping Away‘ is a bold blaze of confidence. After the ubiquitous single unveiling last week, Bitter Sweet Symphonies is pleased to reveal the first play of […]
Calling out the glory days of noughties indie, London-based Sea Girls fuel buzzy highs through epic sprawls of hook-driven guitar pop, just one listen to their latest release ‘Heavenly War’ is enough to confirm the band’s talent. Heading into a new year, Sea Girls were quick to jump back in the van for their first […]
As part of a short UK tour, London-based Folk-Rock five-piece To Kill A King retraced Leeds links to promote their third album ‘The Spiritual Dark Age,’ which has garnered mixed reviews from national press with some interpreting its eclectic nature as sign of insecurity of style.
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 […]
Leeds collective The Golden Age of TV are quickly becoming one of the city’s most beguiling new acts. Bringing a surprisingly direct pop edge, their latest single ‘Dust’ is bright, fierce and nostalgic.
Family Friends, the aptly named brother-sister duo from London via Melbourne, have dropped a sunny cut from their upcoming EP in the form of ‘I’m Like You’.
Brace yourselves, summer is coming. And with it, the tropical indie bliss of Labradoor’s latest release ‘Silence’.