Just Watch: Trudy & The Romance – The Original Doo-Wop Spacemen

Trudy & The Romance – The Original Doo-Wop Spacemen Words: Megan Berridge Have you ever had that feeling listening to music and it just provokes some kind of transcendental emotion? It really moves you? Well, Trudy And The Romance do that for me. They really make me yearn for that thing that makes the world go … Continue reading

Just Listen: Sugarspun – Never Grow OId

Sugarspun – Never Grow Old Words: Sammy Sadler As a Cumbrian at heart, it’s so lush to see local talent going places and that’s definitely the case for five-piece Sugarspun. I’ve been listening to music from frontman Jamie McGraw and guitarist Steven Dixon for a little while now when they’ve brought things out here and there, but … Continue reading

Just Watch: Lucy Rose – Conversations

Lucy Rose – Conversations Words: Sammy Sadler  Lucy Rose really is a gem isn’t she? I first started listening to her when she released the gorgeous ‘Work It Out’ way back in 2015 and the fact she’s about to release her fourth album ‘No Words Left’  is music to my ears – literally. The first … Continue reading

Just Watch: Far Caspian – Finding My Way Home

Far Caspian – Finding My Way Home Words: Rachel Allen Utterly relaxed and dreamy was the place I was pulled into listening to Far Caspian and their single ‘Finding My Way Home’ from their debut EP ‘Between Days.’ From a hazy state to a triumphant one at the end of the song when the refrain … Continue reading

Just Watch: Isaac Gracie – Broken Wheel

Isaac Gracie – Broken Wheel Words: Rachel Allen ‘Broken wheel’ is a title I expected to hold a melancholy tune – but far be it for Isaac Gracie’s new release. Like his new video reflects, the light and feel good style of playing that wraps around his ironically pensive and sad lyric just seems to … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Ninth Wave – A Wave Goodbye To The People Who Said I’d Win

The Ninth Wave – A Wave Goodbye To The People Who Said I’d Win Words: Daniel Burton  After breaking onto the scene with their debut single in July 2017, Reformation, Glasgow’s The Ninth Wave have been continuously turning heads and grabbing the industries attention ever since. With their post-punk sound and eye-catching style, it is … Continue reading

Just Watch: Bloxx – Monday

Bloxx – Monday Words: Daniel Burton After every song Bloxx have released, despite my love and massive backing of the Uxbridge four-piece, I am always sceptical as to whether they can pull another hit out of the bag after setting the bar so high with prior songs. All of their releases so far have had … Continue reading

JUST WATCH: Sisteray – Wannabee

Sisteray – Wannabee Words: Gary Lambert The latest release from London’s Sisteray is a controlled piece of punk rock which takes the vigour and power of the four-piece, but harnesses the kinetic energy in order to create a track which pulsates and electrifies without losing the tune within the fuzz and scuzz you would usually … Continue reading

Just Listen: Estrons – Lilac

Estrons – Lilac Words: Nick Jacques Following on from the previous impressive efforts of Glasgow Kisses and Strobe Lights, more heart-on-a-sleeve, adrenaline-fuelled punk-pop is served on a plate yet again from Cardiff’s hottest talent Estrons. The dynamics of their latest release, Lilac,  are expertly executed. Their trademark “give and go” chorus hollers and relentless razor-sharp … Continue reading

Just Listen: Jade Bird – Furious

Jade Bird – Furious Words: Gary Lambert  I’m thinking of taking up smoking just so that I can have the full benefit of listening to this sultry piece of Americana in the dark whilst nursing heartbreak with whisky on the rocks.  Whilst Jade Bird is a highly spoken about British talent, I could comfortably imagine … Continue reading

Just Watch: DMA’S – In The Air

DMA’S Words: Caleb Curtis DMA’S are going from strength to strength. After a hit debut album Hill’s End in 2016, the Australian three-piece treated us to a brand new single back in late 2017 with Dawning. It marked an evolution of their sound, but one that was very much grounded in familiarity. This statement remains … Continue reading

Just Watch: Keir – Night and Day

Keir Words: Elena Katrina I had to take a double check that I was listening to the right song when I put this on. I don’t remember Keir sounding like this at any point, not live, not in his previous singles and I have loved all of that and I have to say …. I … Continue reading

Just Watch: Fil Bo Riva – Head Sonata (Love Control)

Fil Bo Riva People can write and sing great songs but add an extraordinary vocal and the whole thing takes on another dimension. For me Fil Bo Riva has this something something to his vocal which lights up a part of my heart. There’s several notes within this single, Head Sonata (Love Control), which just … Continue reading

Just Watch: Meadowlark – Pink Heart

Meadowlark Words: Elena Katrina Meadowlark return with new track Pink Heart and with it a new video. The video is a love letter to the band’s 5 years together. It follows them on tour, chilling, in the recording studio and is a great insight into the duo’s dynamic that is rarely seen. Pink Heart continues … Continue reading

Just Watch: Hudson Taylor – Run With Me

Hudson Taylor Words: Emily Leonard After last years release of the long awaited comeback single Feel It Again, Irish modern day folk, pop duo Hudson Taylor begin 2018 on a high by presenting us with a new single Run With Me. The song is a happy go lucky, infectious slice of melodic magic, producing an … Continue reading

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