Few songs nowadays are as packed with explosive potential as the latest Gold Class track Kids On Fire. As of now, if there’s ever a need to demonstrate what tension sounds like to a packed auditorium of students, all a lecturer needs do is play them the first 30 seconds of this track.
There’s a lot riding on Delamere right now. Their debut album isn’t just the band’s first, it’s also the flagship release from Scruff Of The Neck Records – it’s the first record the label have ever put out. Clearly, there’s a lot of anticipation in both parties.
With every track that Rosemary Fairweather drops, we learn more and more about her musical intention; she continues to establish her enigmatic nature with every release. We’re only just beginning to understand where her artistic roadmap will lead us. From the sparseness of her production to the plain white aesthetic of her cover art, Fairweather […]
Having debuted their tantrum-inspiring sound on ‘Take It Easy’, Johnny Kills have returned with a fresh new slice of indie pop nonchalance reminiscent of Oasis and The Pigeon Detectives.
In the evocatively titled ‘Please Pour Away Those Petrol Eyes’, Divine Youth channel the ramshackle playfulness of The Libertines, mingled with the emotional trappings of The Smiths and Interpol.
Is there anything more ominous than a crow? Whether they circle you in life or on film, they’re perceived as menacing, dangerous, and an omen of fear. Perhaps this is why Crows chose their name; it perfectly encapsulates the layer of gloomy foreboding presence in their track Unwelcome Light.