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Fire In Her Eyes – Wouldn’t Have Guessed It

Keep up to date with FIRE IN HER EYES  FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Fire In Her Eyes are unique, championing the resurgence of a sound once found on the streets of San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury.  ‘Wouldn’t Have Guessed It’ beholds a comparatively faster, upbeat pace to its predecessors. Produced by Orlando Sadler and mastered by John Davis at Metropolis […]

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Animal Breakdown – Almost Lost

Keep up to date with ANIMAL BREAKDOWN FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM We exist in an age of dystopian class struggle. Animal Breakdown narrate such an era in clever new single ‘Almost Lost.’  The track is entirely atmospheric, an ode to the London based band’s musical intrepidness. Intriguing lyricism meets with drum bear and riff in a sturdy manner. […]

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Pregoblin – Snakes & Oranges

Keep up to date with PREGOBLIN FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Pregoblin have true star quality and musical intrepidness to match. ‘Snakes & Oranges’ marks yet another impressive outing from the South London outfit. The track takes on a beautiful aura, one quite mystical and somewhat eery. Instantly recognisable vocal is met with mesmeric instrumental. Its chorus is desperately […]

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Neon Tapehead – Know What I Want

Keep up to date with NEON TAPEHEAD FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Neon Tapehead are purveyors of effortless groove. ‘Know What I Want’ is a delightful way to enlighten a day amidst lockdown 2.0. Opening with a funk beat reminiscent of central belt America in the 1980s, it offers a brand of vocality as intriguing as it is impressive. […]

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Recording spaces remain open for Lockdown 2.0

In a rare instance of welcome news for the music industry amidst the global pandemic, the government has this week confirmed that music studios and rehearsal spaces can remain open during the second lockdown.  Confirming via a series of tweets, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden defined the spaces as “places of work.” This extends to arts […]

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Malady – London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down

Keep up to date with MALADY FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Malady’s ‘London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down’ is seriously intrinsic. A beautiful mish-mash of great talent and vast musical inspiration. The track’s diversity is obvious from the start. A menacing drum mix combines with synth and guitar in delightful fashion. Comparisons with LCD Soundsystem and […]

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Foxglove – Bright Lights

Keep up to date with FOXGLOVE FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM 2020 has, obviously, been hellish. Sometimes we just need to escape, right? Foxglove’s ‘Bright Lights’ transports us to a realm of sonic guitar and glitter. There is something quite immersive about the track, whether it be through dreamy guitar or a expressive lyricism. ‘Bright Lights’ hits real power […]

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The Kecks – All For Me

Keep up to date with THE KECKS FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM There is something quite nomadic about The Kecks. First in travel and now in musical style, as demonstrated by latest single ‘All For Me.’ The track is smooth, very smooth. It has an aura of maturity and self-awareness. Cute guitar chords mix with meaningful and clever vocals […]

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Why we need music TV in the age of pandemic

One of the true, and few, highlights of this year’s earlier lockdown was the resourcefulness of artists around the globe. One of the ways they channeled their creativity was through online content, especially in the form of live streaming.  The pandemic has stolen one of the true loves of the music fan: the gig. With […]

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PVA – Talks

Keep up to date with PVA FACEBOOK  | INSTAGRAM PVA are delightful, London’s ‘numero uno’ when it comes to dance tracks. ‘Talks’ is emblematic of their sound, and a celebration of everything yet to come for the trio.  Their latest release is entirely atmospheric, deep delving into a world of game and hiding one’s true expressions. Best […]

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Genevieve – Dreams

Keep up to date with GENEVIEVE FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Born and based in London, ‘Dreams’ introduces us to Genevieve. Ambitious, daring and pursuing musical niche, her talent is painstakingly obvious.  Given its title, ‘Dreams’ takes on unmistakable meaning. With a richly formed chorus and nimble yet crescendoing vocal, the track is an exceptional example of synth-folk […]

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All Things Blue – Legend Of Chav

Keep up to date with ALL THINGS BLUE FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM All Things Blue are desperately likeable. ‘Legend Of Chav’ plays on this trait impeccably, amplifying the intrigue which already surrounds the Los Angeles based band.   Opening with a whimsical guitar riff, it is the track’s colourful, expressive lyrics which give it strong standing. India Coombs […]

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Calva Louise – Trial

Keep up to date with CALVA LOUISE FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Calva Louise’s latest track ‘Trial’ is thunderous. Eluding a more electronic feel, it is the natural progression for a band already overloading in promising releases. Its opening verse is menacing in guitar and lyric alike. Jess Allanic’s vocals are by now instantly recognisable, a front-woman so prone […]

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Sprints – Drones

Keep up to date with SPRINTS FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Sprints’ musical delivery is outrageous. ‘Drones’ is yet another perfect entry point for the Dublin based band.   The track is layered with hypnotic guitar hooks and menacing vocals. The four-piece channel inspiration from garage, grunge and punk alike, all expressed mesmerically in ‘Drones.’ Mimicking somewhat of an anxiety […]

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The Jacques – Do Me for a Fool

Keep up to date with The Jacques FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM In anticipation of their eagerly awaited debut album The Four Five Three, The Jacques have released exquisite new single ‘Do Me for a Fool.’ Somewhat of a rampant change in musical style, the new single is desperately likeable. Lyrically, it is intrepid and vulnerable. Vocally, it expresses […]

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Bears In Trees – Seaside

Keep up to date with BEARS IN TREES FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Bears In Trees’ new song ‘Seaside’ captures the feeling of summertime nostalgia. It’s groove personifies great storytelling. The South London band write songs about house parties, climbing rooftops, drinking coffee before bed and dealing constructively with depression. ‘Seaside’ is the perfect entry point to their fine […]

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Lauran Hibberd – Boy Bye

Keep up to date with LAURAN HIBBERD FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM There is something quite hypnotic about Lauran Hibberd’s ‘Boy Bye.’ The Isle of Wight newbie is garnering a strong reputation for her sharp-hitting, lyrically intrinsic style.  With inspiration ranging from Pixies to Weezer, her latest release is perhaps the best yet. Giving detail into the downtrodden effects […]

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Stone – Stay Silent

Keep up to date with STONE FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Like many, Stone have been caged by Covid-19. Instead of succumbing to the confused claustrophobia, they have channeled their energy into ferocious new single ‘Stay Silent.’ The track presents an entire cross section of frustration, one which captures the angst of modern day youth. Through convincing guitar and […]

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Fever – Honesty

Keep up to date with FEVER FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Summer 2020 will forever be known as somewhat of a forgotten summer. Whilst Fever’s ‘Honesty’ hints at what might have been, it also acts as yet another reminder of the musical credibility.  The track is a whimsical throwback to instantly recognisable indie-pop colours. The summer-closing anthem is soothingly […]

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Goat Girl – Sad Cowboy

Keep up to date with GOAT GIRL FACEBOOK  |  INSTAGRAM There is something seismic about Goat Girl’s return single, ‘Sad Cowboy.’ It tracks ones grip on reality and how easy it is to lose, especially in the mire of modernity. Produced by Dan Carey, the track takes a different approach to their self titled debut. Whilst […]

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