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Evan Williams – When The Shutters Rise Again

Keep up to date with EVAN WILLIAMS FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Evan Williams finds himself at the beginning of a fruitful musical journey. Debut track ‘When The Shutters Rise Again’ is sublime. Williams cultivates a brand of upbeat, punk-inspired acoustic intricacies. The single is lyrically mystical. Great imagery and voice combining in sublime manner. Add a healthy dose […]

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The Cribs – Sucked Sweet

Keep up to date with THE CRIBS FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM If there was ever a band for rarities, The Cribs are it. ‘Sucked Sweet’ may be a lost single, but it is as quintessential as ever. Guitar riff and immersive bass combine in nostalgic fashion, instantly recognisable but refreshing at the same time. It comes with an […]

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Vona Vella – Driving to L.A.

Keep up to date with VONA VELLA FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Vona Vella behold an ethereal quality of musical maturity. ‘Driving to L.A.’ is the perfect epitome of this.  There is a whimsical aura to ‘Driving to L.A.’ Dreamy guitar and upbeat, poignant bass line combine in beautiful unison. Lyrically warm, the track is instantly likeable and entirely […]

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Wet Leg – Wet Dream

Keep up to date with WET LEG FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Wet Leg’s ‘Wet Dream’ is wondrous, a serious early contender for single of the year.  Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers musical exuberance is unmatched. ‘Wet Dream’ is lyrically intriguing and instrumentally quirky. Speaking on the track’s origins, Teasdale says: “Wet Dream is a breakup song; it came […]

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The Blinders – City We Call Love

Keep up to date with THE BLINDERS FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath, released in 2020, was significant. It closed a significant period in the band’s existence. Over a year on, the release of ‘City We Call Love’ symbolises the beginning of the band’s second era. If the track is anything to go […]

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Maneskin – MAMMAMIA

Keep up to date with MANESKIN FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM From a commercial point of view, Måneskin are a dream. But there is more to it that this, they are rapidly cultivating an image both raw and world beating. ‘MAMMAMIA’ oozes sensuality. Whether it be lyrically or through sound, their first post-Eurovision release is miraculously captivating. As ever, […]

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Lazarus Kane – Psychobabble EP

Keep up to date with LAZARUS KANE FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Lazarus Kane are re-exploring the medium of funk rock in a way not seen in years. Psychobabble EP sees them ditch the corny and somewhat maximalist American act for something all the more real. ‘Milk At My Door’ is perhaps the perfect EP opener. It is uneasy […]

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Laurel – Let Go

Keep up to date with LAUREL FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM Laurel’s ability to explore emotion through sound is second to none. ‘Let Go’ is the perfect example of this.  There is something whimsical about ‘Let Go,’ an aura of the endless summer. In spite of this, its is lyrically quite heavy. Deep love is explored, the feeling of […]

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Walt Disco – Weightless

Keep up to date with WALT DISCO FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Walt Disco are sublime, a band with ferocious self-expression. ‘Weightless’ describes this perfectly. The Glasgow band instantly transport oneself into a realm of self discovery. Musically fantastical, the synth/sound dynamics are illuminating and no doubt perfectly at home in a newly opened live venue. Taking form during […]

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SPINN – Outside of The Blue

Keep up to date with SPINN FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM SPINN are exceptional, their latest single ‘Outside Of The Blue’ feels like a coming of age moment.  It is lucid… a beautiful dreamscape of guitar and voice. As ever, the Liverpool formed outfit boast exceptional musical maturity. The track’s riffs are well considered, sending one into deep wonder. […]

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Cucamaras – Safe Bet

Keep up to date with CUCAMARAS FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Cucamaras are soon to be one of Nottingham’s great exports, like textiles or bicycles. ‘Safe Bet’ is foot-stompingly good! Teasing, scratchy guitar and lyrical wit combine to create the definition of immersive post-punk. The track explores complex relationships whilst being at university. It’s dark guitar riff was formerly […]

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The Ninth Wave – Maybe You Didn’t Know

Keep up to date with THE NINTH WAVE FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Building on the combined success of debut 2019 LP Infancy and 2020s Happy Days EP, The Ninth Wave indulge in deep expression with ‘Maybe You Didn’t Know.’ There is something quite meteoric about the track’s intro, like some kind of coming of age. In […]

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The Cribs – Finger-Nailed For You

Keep up to date with THE CRIBS TWITTER | INSTAGRAM The Cribs have released their take on Comet Gain’s ‘Finger-Nailed For You.’ In celebration of famous North West coast label Kill Rock Star’s 30th anniversary. Given the parameters of global pandemic, the cover was recorded in remotely in Gary’s basement (Portland), Ryan’s bedroom (NYC) and Ross’ garage […]

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Lorde – Solar Power

Keep up to date with LORDE TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Marking her first new single since 2017s Melodrama, Lorde has captured the mood of cautious optimism reigning strong as summer comes anew. ‘Solar Power’ provokes genuinely ethereal qualities. Produced by Jack Antonoff, the track sits in a style far from its predecessors. Light percussion combines with acoustic guitar […]

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Dua Lipa – We’re Good

Keep up to date with DUA LIPA FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM There is something quite mesmeric about ‘We’re Good.’ Dua Lipa’s latest release is desperately fulfilling. The song is themed on freeing oneself from a stale relationship. The song highlights the benefits of escaping entrapment through its jovial chorus. Striking and entirely confident, ‘We’re Good’ strikes a different […]

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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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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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