Just Watch: Projector – Zero

Projector Zero Words: Nick Jaques A snarling swaggering piece of punk rock from Brighton three-piece PROJECTOR. Reminiscent of the more distortive moments of classic Sonic Youth and they possess the essential ingredients of the underground DIY punk-rock scene. Zero also has a neat melodic and infectious groove which gives it more appeal to the listener, … Continue reading

Just Watch: Cassia – Right There

Cassia Right There Words: Amy Butcher Spinning a negative feeling into an upbeat, indie pop song, Cassia have given us an addictive new single in ‘Right There’. We’ve been fans of the Macclesfield-born band for a long time, and they never fail to put a smile on our faces with their music. They’ve come into … Continue reading

Just Watch: Tigress – Disconnect

Tigress Disconnect Words: Nick Jacques Tigress are the best thing to come out of Chelmsford since, err, Penny Lancaster, and their energetic gutsy display on show here is proof of that. They sound refreshing in these uncertain times and I’m looking forward to hear their debut album “Pura Vida” scheduled for release on 3rd September … Continue reading

Just Watch: Dead Nature – Hurricane

Dead Nature Hurricane Words: Amy Butcher In one go, Dead Nature (a.k.a. Tarek Musa) released a new single ‘Hurricane’ alongside the announcement of his debut album ‘Watch Me Break Apart’, and I am ecstatic! I’ve always loved Tarek’s solo project Dead Nature since hearing the debut E.P ‘Taking My Shadow’, and ‘Hurricane’ just makes me … Continue reading

Just Watch: Corella – Monday

Corella Monday Words: Amy Butcher As I sit here writing this review on Easter Monday, it’s quite fitting that the track I happen to be reviewing is Corella’s ‘Monday’. Full of twinkly melodies, anthemic tones and the classic indie pop sound that they’re known for; the Manchester band are packing a punch with this latest … Continue reading

Just Watch: feeo – End Song

Just Watch : feeo – End Song   A few thoughts spring to mind when I listen to ‘End Song’ by feeo; phenomenal production, sweet soulful harmonies and addictive jazz chords. This is my first taste of the Oxford songwriter and producer, and blimey she’s made an impression. The track takes you on a journey … Continue reading

Just Watch: VALA – It’s Alright When You’re Falling

VALA It’s Alright When You’re Falling  Words: Amy Butcher VALA’s ‘t’s Alright When You’re Falling is a harmonious final instalment to their ‘Swimming Kit’ EP, and much similar to the other two songs from the EP, it has a refreshing twist on the Manchester band’s sound we know and love. Compared to their older singles, these … Continue reading

Just Watch: Tom Grennan – Little Bit Of Love

Tom Grennan Little Bit Of Love Words: Elena Katrina I did a lot of re-living and relistening during some time out from popped during the pandemic. One artist who always ended back in my ears was Tom Grennan. So it should come as little surprise that I’m back shouting out him – I’m firmly still … Continue reading

Just Watch: Pale Waves – Fall To Pieces

Pale Waves Fall To Pieces Words: Elena Katrina Pale Waves are kicking off the start of 2021 flying high, currently, number 2 in the charts with their second album, Who Am I? From which comes this final single, Fall To Pieces. A tack that lead singer Heather describes as a being about destructive relationships that … Continue reading

Just Watch: Yonaka – Seize The Power

Yonaka Seize The Power Words: Elena Katrina If Harlequin, she of Joker girlfriend fame, sat down and penned a song, then something in the opening section of Seize The Power, tells me it would be this. I’m writing this review upon the first listen as it grabbed me at the first sound. I’ve not even … Continue reading

Just Watch: Maisie Peters – Sad Girl Summer

Maisie Peters Sad Girl Summer Words by Ashleigh O’Neill In response to her 2019 EP release Maisie Peters has returned with what I would say is her best track as of yet.  The title of Maisie’s latest single, Sad Girl Summer, suggests her usual emotional ballad style track that will tug on your heart strings, … Continue reading

Just Listen: Fontaines DC – A Hero’s Death

Fontaines DC A Hero’s Death Words by Gary Lambert Fontaines DC pretty much came in as the champion in the 2019 Album of the Year contests with the overwhelming love for Dogrel; and it shows how much creativity and desire is flowing in the band that they have already announced their second album and launched … Continue reading

JUST LISTEN: The Lottery Winners – The Meaning Of Life

The Lottery Winners – The Meaning Of Life Words: Jim Mumby Leigh’s indie-pop flag wavers The Lottery Winners let loose a title track that evokes their much less optimistic perspective on life, than say the jazz-hop rhymes of Soul II Soul’s free spirited vision three decades ago. The times they have changed perhaps, however the … Continue reading

JUST LISTEN: Low Hummer – The Real Thing

Low Hummer – The Real Thing Words: Jim Mumby Synth-driven Low Hummer continue their forays into highly danceable electronic infused post-punk and under the production talents of Matt Peel, are rewarded with a third release that bolsters their presence amongst a wave of new artists surging from the Humber region. You’d be forgiven for assuming … Continue reading

ROUND UP: BEST OF 2019

THE ROUND UP 2019 Words: Daniel Burton  In a year where we have seen some of the best bands come and sadly, a la Queen Zee, go, here our Round Up man Daniel put together the team’s favourite tracks of the year in a collective look back of the last year of the decade. TV … Continue reading

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