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Lucy Gaffney – In The Air

Keep up to date with LUCY GAFFNEY FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM   Lucy Gaffney’s ethereal take on a genre already well polished is refreshing. ‘In The Air’ is wondrously celestial.  Gaffney’s lockdown releases have been second to none. Reworking of Oasis’ ‘Songbird’ garnered popular support on Instagram via Liam Gallagher no less. A little […]

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SPINN – Stuck On A Feeling

Keep up to date with SPINN FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM   SPINN’s brand of jangly guitar-pop is mesmeric. ‘Stuck On A Feeling’ marks the beginning of an exciting second album campaign. The track, described as “a prayer for sleep,” discusses anxiety and how it haemorrhages large of an evening. Coming in a little more […]

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Trampolene & Peter Doherty – Uncle Brian’s Abattoir

Keep up to date with Trampolene FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Trampolene’s Jack Jones is one of the country’s foremost wordsmiths. ‘Uncle Brian’s Abattoir’ creates an eerie dreamscape through sound and lyric. Combining once more with longtime collaborator, bandmate and all round supporter Peter Doherty, the track sees the return of the Swansea formed outfit. […]

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Idles – Mr Motivator

Keep up to date with Idles FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM In the age of pandemic there are slight glimmers of hope, not least via Idles’ latest release, ‘Mr Motivator.’ Offering our first taste LP3, ‘Mr Motivator’ encapsulates the Bristol formed band’s relentless guise of post-punk positivity. With frantic riff, epic drum-beat and ferocious lyricism, […]

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CHERITON – Little Late Little Love

Keep up to date with CHERITON FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM CHERITON (aka Nick Harrison) has long cultivated an infectious brand of indie. His second release, ‘Little Late Little Love’ leans on desperately relatable themes in impressive manner. Based in London, the dreamy bout of hook-driven guitar-pop comes by way of So Good So Good. Echoey […]

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Lazarus Kane – Night Walking

Keep up to date with Lazarus Kane FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Lazarus Kane’s tale of enchanting gonzo-pop continues with ‘Night Walking.’ A catchy take best suited to lascivious late nights in dim, underground nightspots. Fronted by Mr Kane, the musical outfit are capturing minds and garnering a reputation across the country. At times, they exist as a […]

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Hoofa – Alone

Keep up to date with Hoofa FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Hoofa’s brand of joyous, upbeat indie is at times nostalgic. Yet, ‘Alone’ feels like a coming of age. A delightful provocation of raw ambi-pop. The London based duo are dynamic and entirely exciting. From relentless touring, forward-thinking campaigns and a musical ethos which centres […]

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Lucy Gaffney – Can’t Escape

Keep up to date with LUCY GAFFNEY FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM   Lucy Gaffney’s brand of dream-pop is captivating. ‘Can’t Escape’ is troubled. It treads upon heartbreak in an unassumingly dark manner. Exchanging life in Northern Island for the Mersey, Gaffney now calls Liverpool home. In terms of music, the city is centripetal. The […]

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Click On This 001: A Ramble

  Lockdown has hit its 30s. Day 31 to be precise. Let’s face it, we should be in the 50s/60s. Our government was slow to react. Last night’s Panorama documentary is damning. In truth, I am feeling particularly revolutionary today.  The music industry is in a delicate space right now. Venues need financial support now […]

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Shake The Disease: Loneliness in the Age of Covid-19

Music is generally a commentary of reality. Songs, at least those well written, are constant blank entities often changing meaning to suit the listener’s current emotional needs. We attach significant memories to a song. Sometimes, song meanings resemble current affairs, a global pandemic merely exaggerates this. I once again stumbled across Depeche Mode’s ‘Shake The […]

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The Jacques – I Never Want to Be Your Boyfriend

Keep up to date with The Jacques FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM   The Jacques are a musical chameleon, their sound has evolved rapidly and in good taste. ‘I Never Want to Be Your Boyfriend’ is one of their best yet, a colossal amalgamation of effect ridden guitar and blunt lyricism. Named after a French […]

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Meatraffle – Oh Corona

Keep up to date with Meatraffle   FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM   Meatraffle are South London’s leading eclectic musical connoisseurs and for good reason. ‘Oh Corona’ is a fun take on a destitute situation.  Brixton Windmill favourites, born in a Wetherspoons and proprietors of seminal Leninist imagery are all phrases which describe an outfit hot […]

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Click On This: Arcades, Lighthouse, Idealistics

Let’s face it, live music in its previous form may not return for a while. Some reports say that late 2021 is a more realistic date. With this in mind, it is important to stay optimistic, support new music streams and be creative in our offering. Seeing so many new forms of content, and the […]

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Click On This: Do Nothing, OLIVIA ANNA LiVKi, Urban Theory

The world is ridden with silence. A necessary silence. The odd vehicle comes and goes, but even the busiest of social climates rings with nothingness. Staying at home is important, it saves lives. I despise silence. For this reason, I am currently finding salvation in music. Use this time to reconnect with one of the […]

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Click On This: The Greeting Committee, Post Rome, Tiger Mimic

The music industry is coming together. If anyone was to show solidarity, it would be us. From venues to bands, labels to charitable organisation, there is a need for forward-thinking, positivity and resourcefulness. I hope that our #CLICKONTHIS series can be source for your new musical needs. If you fall outside the key worker category, […]

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Click On This: The Lounge Society, Drug Store Romeos, SNAYX

There are no two ways about it. This is crisis. It could be end-game for many. With global pandemic comes even further economic disparity and, in this case, the arts industry is clearly not being supported. Click Music will forever continue to promote messages of togetherness and hope. We will be increasing output much like […]

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London Giglist: 09/03 – 15/03

It is a joyous new week of music in the capital. Did you know, live music is a proven form of protection against coronavirus? Okay, maybe not! But still, ignore the fear-mongering of the mainstream media and stock-up on a heavy dose of live music. 11/03: Bryan Ferry  I first came across the sweet tones […]

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SXSW CANCELLED: Support Unsigned Musicians

So, the breaking news: Coronavirus cancels SXSW. The festival was due to begin on March 13 and run until March 22. It is a sorry sight, the Austin Festival is a true supporter of new music, it is not a facade.  SXSW’s cancellation is not unique, many festivals and music events around the world will […]

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Click On This: Dan Lyons, Feet, The Novus

There’s something in the air these days, not Coronavirus, but a sense of optimism within the British music scene. How? You ask. The decadence of modern Britain is inspiring art of all kinds. We are becoming connected again. Music will always be a voice for the masses, especially in the internet age. Below are some […]

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London Giglist: 02/03 – 08/03

With January and February ‘down the drain,’ I feel reluctantly optimistic. This week’s giglist is cracking, some great new talent on offer in the capital.  Public service announcement: This list doesn’t include The Sherlocks, pah! 03/03: Hotel Lux Think Ian Drury meets The Cribs. Hotel Lux’s mixture of influence and sound is a real USP. […]

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