Just Watch: The Wild Things – You’re Really Something

The Wild Things – You’re Really Something Words: Nick Bewes The new video from London based four-piece, The Wild Things ‘You’re Really Something‘,  is the title track and first single from their upcoming debut album which is released 23rd November. The video is set in the 1970s, and it tells the story of a girl … Continue reading

Just Listen: Jack Vallier – Anyway

Jack Vallier – Anyway Words: Nick Bewes Jack Vallier is a new name to me, but is certainly a name I will keep an eye for in the future on the strength of his new single, Anyway. It’s the sort of song that if it was sung by a former member of One Direction, would … Continue reading

Just Listen: Saytr Play – Fragile

Saytr Play – Fragile Words: Elena Katrina  It’s easy to see, well, hear, why Saytr Play are pulling in the numbers where fans are concerned when you listen to new single Fragile. Full of quirky musical and vocal moments and a chorus that demands to be sang. This reminds me of a time I really … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Americas – American Morning

American Morning – The Americas Words: Cat Lewis I was delighted to receive the 2nd single ‘American Morning’  from The Americas in my inbox. I have been eagerly awaiting this since their first single from their new EP “Guitar Music is Dead” was released last month. Once again the guys have smashed it and given … Continue reading

Just Listen: The RPMs – Gotta Let Go

The RPMs – Gotta Let Go Words: Nick Jacques  Hailing from Brighton, these upstarts serve up infectious pop-rock theatrics in spades. As The RPMs unveil their latest offering, Gotta Let Go,  they have also managed to reel in more than 5 thousand followers on facebook along the way which is a pretty neat achievement. On … Continue reading

Festival Preview: 110 Above 2018

 110 Above 2018 Gopsall, Leicestershire, 25th August 2018 Words: Joe Cockburn Keep Up To Date: Website // Facebook // Twitter   Growing a reputation as one of festival season’s best-kept secrets, 110 Above returns to Gopsall Hall Farm in the first week of August, sharing the sounds of some of the best new artists around in … Continue reading

Just Listen: Cape Cub – Moonglow

Cape Cub – Moonglow Words: Samantha Sadler North East-based Cape Cub have been turning heads for a while now and with good reason! Their uplifting indie pop tracks have raked in millions of Spotify plays and their live shows are packed out with adoring fans.  Having started as a solo project by frontman Chad Male, Cape … Continue reading

Just Listen: Luna Bay – Silence

Luna Bay – Silence Words: Luke Pettican  Luna Bay’s four previous releases have earned them an ever-growing legion of devoted fans, who adore their ability to craft impossibly catchy indie-pop tunes, crammed with personality and exuberant energy. Much like their live sets, ‘Silence’ is crammed to the brim with endless energy and exhilaration. The track feels … Continue reading

Playlist Winner Q&A: Little Brother Eli

Little Brother Eli Playlist 014 Winner For those who haven’t got to grips with you yet – please introduce yourselves:  We’re Little Brother Eli. We’re mostly from the countryside. We mostly play music to dance to. Our guitars often don’t sound like guitars. How did you all meet and what is it you saw in … Continue reading

Just Listen: Marsicans – Pop-Ups (Sunny at the Weekend)

Marsicans – Pop-Ups (Sunny at the Weekend) Words: Samantha Sadler I’m a huge fan of Marsicans so I was really excited when their new track Pop-Ups (Sunny at the Weekend) landed in my inbox.   The Leeds quartet have been turning heads on the indie-pop scene over the past year with their catchy lyrics and … 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: Eliza Shaddad – My Body

Eliza Shaddad – My Body Words: Rachel Allen Now on the second single release from the album ‘Future’ (which ironically will be released in the future…later in the year), Eliza Shaddad could not have summed up her new song ‘My Body’ better via her twitter account when she describes the song, “For those late at … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Liverpool Calling 2018

Liverpool Calling 2018 Various Venues, Liverpool, 22nd – 23rd June  2018 Words: Cat Lewis Keep Up To Date:  Facebook // Twitter Tickets are £20 and available to buy here We have been counting down the days to Liverpool Calling since the first wave of acts were announced. With headliners such as Pulled Apart by Horses, The … Continue reading

Listen: Kid Cupid – Better

Kid Cupid – Better Words: Nick Bewes When a new band come along they always get compared to another band that are already well known, as a reference point for music fans who might be interested. I know this because I do it! Kid Cupid are being likened to Sohn, Oh Wonder & London Grammar, … Continue reading

Just Listen: GRDNS – Roulette Love Gun

GRDNS – Roulette Love Gun Words: Samantha Sadler Bradford psychedelic outfit GRDNS have released their new track ‘Roulette Love Gun’ and if you’re a fan of Tame Impala, you’re going to love this. Brimming with hazy beats and atmospheric vibes, ‘Roulette Love Gun’ starts off as a chilled out banger but soon transforms into an … Continue reading

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