The Night Cafe – A Message To Myself

The Night Cafe – A Message To Myself Words: Lauren Mellor Get excited as me, because The Night Café have released another new single and it’s an absolute delight! After seeing these guys support Circa Waves a few months ago, I fell in love with their acoustic-indie sound. Their new album is definitely much anticipated … Continue reading

Just Watch: October Drift – Losing My Touch

October Drift – Losing My Touch Words: Amy Butcher Upon learning October Drift had brought out new single Losing My Touch, I desperately grabbed my headphones to take a listen. After listening god knows how many times, I came to the conclusion this was their best single yet. Instantly enveloped in gut wrenching guitar riffs, … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Howl and The Hum – Human Contact

The Howl and The Hum – Human Contact Words: Sammy Sadler I’ve made no secret of my love for The Howl and The Hum so naturally the news of their latest single has had me squealing with excitement like the little fangirl I am.  Opening on a futuristic dull drone, Human Contact evolves into something a … Continue reading

Just Listen: Only Sun – It’ll Be Alright

Only Sun – It’ll Be Alright Words: Amy Butcher Instantly opening with upbeat, jangly guitar melodies and tight drum patterns, Only Sun’s new single It’ll Be Alright truly makes you feel like everything will be alright. Short but sweet, for 2 minutes 45 seconds you’re transported to the perfect indie pop paradise – ideal for … Continue reading

Just Watch: Swim Deep – To Feel Good

Swim Deep – To Feel Good Words: Sammy Sadler I’m a big fan of Swim Deep and have been for what feels like forever now. Despite their silence for the past four years, I would still play their hazy tunes from King City to Honey regularly for those summery vibes. When I first received this track, I will admit that … Continue reading

Just Listen: TempleVesta – Tempestuous

TempleVesta Listen to Tempestuous here:      In Tempestuous from TempleVesta, following from debut single Juvenile, the use of well timed complete musical rests gives the group something that stands out from other UK guitar rock artists. those muted moments show that sometimes you can say so much by not saying anything at all. The Birmingham 5-piece combined the perfect … Continue reading

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