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Memorable post-punk from the Manchester-based band. It is a defiant, faster than life anthem. Hard-hitting vocals make it one of their best!
The Howlers – La Dolce Vita
Expressive guitar, pushing bass lines and intense ferocity to match. The Howlers are definite ones to watch, ‘La Dolce Vita’ is a sure sign of their talent.
Sophie & The Giants – The Light
Ambient indie pop from the Guildford formed band. They are exciting and destined for the top. ‘The Light’ comes at a fruitful time for female-fronted bands, SATG is up there with the best of them.
Sounds Like A Storm – Closer
Crashing drum beats mix with a guitar riff which wouldn’t sound out of place in indie’s 2006 heyday. Sounds Like A Storm are exciting, ‘Closer’ is one of their best – similarities to early Idles come to mind.
Natural Mystery Museum – Dead Friends
Oozing with confidence, “Dead Friends’ is taken from Natural Mystery Museum’s debut EP Volume 0. Warped, guitar-heavy and entirely anthemic. An impressive1970s-esque show-stopper.
Temples – Hot Motion
Parallels to T-Rex are uncanny, but Temples truly are reviving a long lost genre of British psych-pop. ‘Hot Motion’ is an outburst of sleazy euphoria, perfect for the early hours.
Tadhg Daly – Stuck In The Middle
With absurd traction on Spotify, ‘Stuck In The Middle’ is shaping up to be Tadhg Daly’s most fruitful release to date. A catchy track throughout, with an impressive chorus. Daly is immensely relatable.