Johnny Kills, fresh off the back of signing to the appropriately named Killing Moon Records, have birthed their latest chaotic hybrid of surf and punk in the form of ‘Who’s Counting?‘. For those of you who are new to them, the trio operate out of Brighton and London, which is quite evident from the mashing […]
Sometimes the expectation to be a normal, well-adjusted member of society is all so mundane and tedious. Sometimes collectively letting your hair down and dancing the night away is about as much elation and buzz one can get. Youth Sector promises this (plus more) with new single, ‘Strange.’
Cosmo Calling’s single release shows are becoming something of a hot ticket in Manchester. Their debut single show for ‘On The Wire’ hosted by New Street Records was a triumphant evening, and the same has to be said of their Soup Kitchen performance with Scruff Of The Neck. The band are crafting their conquest of […]
Illyin Pipes unveil nostalgic summer hit as the first single off their debut EP ‘Spaces’.
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’.
Dorine Levy releases her latest track ‘Feelings’ as a wickedly haunting second instalment from her new EP ‘Mima’.