Following their debut release ‘If Dogs Could Talk’ last Autumn, it’s a swirling shimmering start by the Geordie lads at A Festival, A Parade with their new single ‘People Person’.
Sunstack Jones sound like summer, even when listening in winter- and I like them for it. Their sound strings together the positive power of a number of genres; I hear bits of beach, elements of shoegaze, twangs of country, pieces of jangle pop – and it comes together with a rewarding warmth.
The seaside town of Torquay has acted as the perfect springboard for electronic-pop purveyors Tourists to launch themselves from. The journey so far feeling more like a graceful glide and half-turn, than a straight dive into the unknown. As the band begin preparations for their first full-length album, we are delighted to fill in a piece […]
Two years ago, with just two tracks online, Indoor Pets were part of a bill showcasing Kent talent, playing to just over a dozen people in a pub in Maidstone. Now the Sittingbourne lads are Radio 1 regulars, and this show is sold out.
Eat Fast’s ‘Sand Drone’ is a tune that meets in a head on collision with your ears and rattles all the space in between. The band are quick to start, jumping the gun with a foot-to-the-floor mentality, a refreshing introduction to their first sample of music this year.
Wrexham’s Kidsmoke offer hope where there’s nothing but black with latest single ‘Waves’. Uplifting chimes of guitar pop try their best to beat off even the dreariest signs of resignation, like the saying goes “If at first you don’t succeed, try, and try again.”
Carnivals waste no time in getting to where they want to be with their new release ‘City of Skulls’. Opening with a raucous explosion of forceful guitars and drums, overseen by the lead guitar (and subsequent vocal) hook – aptly referential to the clear psych influences. One can’t help but notice the South-East Londoner’s influences, […]
Music often has the ability to transcend into a force greater than itself, in the case of London group ISLAND we find their dreamy snapshots of young life to be certainly profound, if not remarkably invigorating. The final taster to be revealed from their upcoming ‘A Place You Like’ EP remains pensive and subtle, without ever […]
Fierce Panda are on a role with their latest release, ‘A Little More Time’ the debut single from North London lads, National Service.
In January 2016, Bombay Bicycle Club announced an indefinite hiatus after a decade of playing together. By this point frontman Jack Steadman was firmly absorbed in the world of electronica and heartbroken fans were assured that other members had various projects in the works. Toothless is bassist Ed Nash’s project and is the first to see […]
Dorine Levy releases her latest track ‘Feelings’ as a wickedly haunting second instalment from her new EP ‘Mima’.
Over the years The Lexington, based in North London, has gathered a reputation for putting on some of the best up and coming bands. Tonight is no different. This show comes as part of The Line Of Best Fit’s five day festival, showing off some of the blogs most hotly tipped bands for 2017, aptly […]
Manchester-based duo FLIIIS return this January with a three-track spectacular of alternative pop and spoken word, rallying together retro synths with pertinent lyrical depth and body-shaking hooks, the new release proves to be a must-listen.
After a busy 2016, Leeds-based indie folk musician Dom Robinson starts the year as he means to go on with ‘Good Love’, the first of several new releases.
‘Blow Your Mind’ would have been a hard tune to follow on from, for any artist. Yet Stockport four-piece Kashmere have excelled even themselves with their dynamic new track ‘Porcelain’.
Building on their debut release ‘Forget It’s Good’, eclectic Glaswegian trio Dama Scout have released second track ‘All In Too’.
On the eve of releasing his debut album, Bedfordshire-born singer/songwriter Charlie Cunningham will tow his wares across the UK and Europe to sing for thousands of eager fans and patrons. His busy calendar notably has him scheduled to join Scottish vagabond King Creosote on a slew of dates before he later heads out on his own […]
In the deep dark depths of a dreary January, when it can’t even snow properly, here comes an indie-pop instant classic from Merseyside’s latest, greatest export Zuzu to lift your spirits.
‘The Quiet Kind’ from Hannah Ashcroft offers so much more than the title suggests – it is the opportunity to journey through sound.
‘Losing Your Love’ is the recently released single from Liverpudlian five piece Paris Youth Foundation. Encapsulating essences of Two Door Cinema Club and Foals, not only do PYF have Reading and Leeds festival performances and multiple Radio 1 plays under their belts, they have recently been signed to the same management as Wolf Alice.