Hygge Listen to Ladybird here: This is the first track to ever surface from Birmingham collaborative project Hygge. The project features various ex members of Kastella who have had a bit of a reshuffle and splintered off into various new guises and projects. Hygge is one of these such projects. Vocals are wrapped around a … Continue reading
I Am Harlequin Listen to Kill The Night here: Get your Friday Disco Dancing outfits and shoes a ready for this glittering Disco infused pop track from I Am Harlequin. Kill The Night is a weekend pop anthem if ever there was one. It’s a call to arms and I’m along for the ride. Take … Continue reading
Doll Circus Listen to Top Of The Hill here: New from North Wales are Doll Circus. A band who are proud to wear their indie garage influences proudly on their sleeve. Just take a listen to their slow romp of a track Top Of The Hill to see just what I mean. The track is … Continue reading
Swiss Lips Listen to Books here: Swiss Lips are back with their stonking electronica with new single Books this week. It’s not really an uplifting anthem but there’s an angsty power and passion behind the vocals, backed by the driving electronic track. I do particularly like the lyric “when you’re alone you’re a river not … Continue reading
The Jacques Watch the video for Weekends here: Next up for your raucous indie rock a la Libertines is The Jacques. Their current single Weekend came out this week (23rd February 2015). It’s a bouncing throng of youth and sweat, though some of them only old enough to legally drink pop but play as though … Continue reading
Communion Watch the video for Holding On To You here: Bristol three piece Communion have just released their new single Holding On To You, it’s a dark and smouldering and the video was an instant hit with my eyes and ears. Find Communion on Facebook.
Black Yaya Listen to Vigilante here: Taken from his forthcoming self titled debut album Black Yaya released his new single Vigilante. The album is due for release on March 2nd via City Slang. LIVE 04/03 – Rough Trade East (UK), London 12/03 Liège (BE), The Reflektor 20/03 Paris (FR), support Sleater-Kinney at La Cigale 31/03 … Continue reading
The Mispers Listen to Weekend here: The follow up to The Mispers‘ quite frankly brilliant single Shoulder is the equally brilliant Weekend. It’s another belter with lead vocals continuing to delight and surprise and a real warmth LIVE MARCH Mon 9th Nottingham Rock City* Tue 10th Southampton Guildhall* Wed 11th Norwich UEA* Thur 12th Bristol … Continue reading
Wonderful Humans Listen to Just What I Needed here: NYC based Wonderful Humans have this delightfully catchy little number called Just What I Needed and well it’s so damn catchy we needed you to all… well catch on too. Plus the track was mixed by one of our fave new finds Flor. Find Wonderful Humans … Continue reading
Sundara Karma Listen to Waves here: A more chilled out vibe from Sundara Karma. Waves still keeps their guitars at the forefront while allowing for a more spacial feel within which the vocals really stand out. This track really gives the band the opportunity to showcase their ability to create different dynamics. Waves is taken … Continue reading
Early Ghost Listen to Devil’s Got Me Now here: Early Ghost return with more perfectly proportioned psychedelia in Devil’s Got Me Now. Due for release on March 23rd.
Black Honey Listen to Black Honey here: Madonna sidelined me today, never thought I’d be saying that. Black Honey’s Madonna that is. It’s a slow sexy scuzzy blusey sweat fest without landing you in bother. The louder you play it the better it is. Out on April 6th. Find Black Honey on Facebook. LIVE 28/02/15 … Continue reading
Lisbon Listen to I Don’t Know here: Lisbon take you on a bit of a whirlwind with the super fast pace and triumphant I Don’t Know. Thankfully we all get a bit of a rest at the break down before we’re lifted off again. Get your party pants on and dance. Out on March 3oth. … Continue reading
Man Made Listen to Carsick Cars here: Classic indie pop sounds from Man Made with Carsick Cars. What’s not to like really? It should be a staple on indie disco floors any time now. Out on March 9th Find Man Made on Facebook
Radiolane Listen to Bringing Me Down here: With catchy pop hooks a plenty and guitar riffs that jump out and make you smile Radiolane have something pretty good going on here with Bringing Me Down. Taken from their new EP Here Comes The Rain Again, out now. Find Radiolane on Facebook.