Just Listen: Bloxx – Go Out With You

BLOXX- Go Out With You Words: Rosie Murphy  Our fave four-piece from London, BLOXX, have released their new single: ‘Go Out With You’ sporting a classic indie thumping intro reinforced by catchy pop melodies. This single embarks listeners on a pursuit of love whilst tackling the incessant urge to get someones attention. This release follows … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Lottery Winners – Hawaii

The Lottery Winners – Hawaii Words: Elena Katrina This isn’t at all what I remember from when I saw The Lottery Winners play live back in May this year. To be fair that’s maybe because what I remember the most was their lead singer being unsure if he was a stand-up comedian or lead singer … Continue reading

Just Watch: Stereo Honey – You Are A Monster

Stereo Honey – You Are A Monster Words: Elena Katrina    Oh, Stereo Honey you make my ears so damn happy. You Are A Monster‘s opening moments are like something you’d hear in the ominous score of a thriller movie. It sets the scene perfectly for this tensely phrased track. It’s not long until we’re … Continue reading

Just Listen: SuperGlu – Forever Endeavour

SuperGlu – Forever Endeavour Words: Elena Katrina  Listening to the new SuperGlu track I’m immediately taken back to the excitement I felt when I first heard them, and when I first saw them. It’s a while ago now and I’ve not heard a whole lot of them for what feels like an age (YEARS). Here … Continue reading

Live Review: Red Rum Club – Liverpool

Red Rum Club o2 Academy Liverpool, 28th September 2019 Words & Photos: Elena Katrina  I have lost count the number of times I have seen Red Rum Club play – this year alone it’s been more times than I can count on one hand and over the last few years? Not a clue…. is “shit … Continue reading

Album Review: King Nun – Mass

King Nun – Mass Words by Gary Lambert King Nun have been one of my favourite live acts on the circuit recently, so when the opportunity to review their debut album came up my hand was first in the air. Now I know I won’t be the only person looking forward to this record on … Continue reading

Album Review: Henry’s Funeral Shoes – Smartphone Rabbit Hole

Henry’s Funeral Shoe – Smartphone Rabbit Hole Words by Nick Jacques This is the third album proper and a Popped Music debut for the Clifford Brothers AKA Henry’s Funeral Shoe. They hail from South Wales and if you didn’t know this, then Wales might not be the first place you’d guess. In fact, this duo … Continue reading

Live Review: Fangclub

Fangclub The Zanzibar Club, Liverpool, 2 October 2019 Words and Photos by Gary Lambert All of a sudden it seemed, according to Facebook posts, that winter had hit. People were turning the heating on, dusting off the hot water bottles, and playing competitive coldness. But why put the fire on when you could go to … Continue reading

Live Review: Sophie and The Giants – Liverpool

Sophie and The Giants Sound, Liverpool, 30 September 2019 Words and Photos by Gary Lambert Sophie and The Giants are a band that come with a great reputation, and I was feeling pretty left out on the hype that is building around them purely because I had missed watching them at so many festivals. Fortune … Continue reading

Just Watch: Saytr Play – Second Hand Emotion

Saytr Play – Second Hand Emotion Words: Elena Katrina  As one of Manchester’s most exciting new bands out there and one of the best live acts to watch that I’ve seen in an age, I had to be sure to share Second Hand Emotion – the latest offering from Saytr Play.  This track shows the band … Continue reading

Popped Round-Up September 2019

Popped Round-Up September 2019 Words: Daniel Burton  !Editor’s Pick! Your Light – The Big Moon This is only their second release in the 2 years since their debut LP “Love In The Fourth Dimension”. The Big Moon’s original sound from said album was very punk-pop, but the sound from these recent 2 singles are more … Continue reading

Live Review: The Post Romantics – Liverpool

The Post Romantics The Zanzibar, Liverpool, 20th September 2019 Words: Elena Katrina Photos: Gary Lambert Anyone who goes to gigs in Liverpool will probably have seen one of two of The Post Romantics crew out and about. After all, they go to more gigs than me! They genuinely love music, love gigs and support their … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Neighbourhood Festival 2019

Neighbourhood Festival 2019 Various venues, Manchester, 12 October 2019 Words by Gary Lambert   Within a few years, Neighbourhood Festival (the slightly-nerdier older brother of Neighbourhood Weekender) has become somewhat of a fans favourite as Manchester city centre becomes even more populated with music fans on a Saturday afternoon. It is a celebration of the … Continue reading

Festival Review: Skeleton Coast 2019

Skeleton Coast 2019 Leasowe Castle, Wirral, 31st August 2019 Words & Photos: Elena Katrina  This was my first visit to Skeleton Coast – we’ve covered it before but I hadn’t personally had the pleasure. This year I knew I had to go and try it out for myself and I was not at all disappointed. … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Fusion Festival 2019

Fusion Festival 2019 Sefton Park, Liverpool, August 30th 2019 TICKETS Words: Elena Katrina  When a festival brings you an exclusive visit to your City and that exclusive is from Kings of Leon – you shut the fuck up and get a ticket. Yes, you do. This is what has happened with Fusion Festival’s Friday offering. … Continue reading

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