Now that the weather has finally started showing signs of summer even up in the north, it is time to jump right into some tropical tunes by some awesome Norwegians. We present you Skinny Days which features the fascinating and different timber of Emilie Adams.
So what do you do when you come across a duo in which you can’t quite decide whether it’s some kind of musical genius or just noise? You go and see them live, of course. I saw The Rhythm Method at The Lexington in London for the first time a couple of weeks ago and I …
Let’s set the scene – it’s the last day of The Great Escape festival, I’m tired, a lil bit hungover and am ready to sleep for about a week but what better way to embrace this exhaustion with the wonderful Dodie Clark?
In the cramped corridor of Gorilla’s concert venue, we had a little chat with Girli about pink, being powerful and having a set in Electrowerkz that looked like her bedroom.
With just a handful of weeks until Oh Wonder release their second album ‘Ultralife’, our favourite pair of South Londoners released ‘Heavy’ at midnight around the world.
Newcastle-based indie-folk newcomer Callum Pitt released his second single ‘Least He’s Happy’, following up from debut ‘You’d Better Sell It While You Can’.
Never fear because Five-a-Friday is here! And just like that Friday night chicken kebab, we’ve got five juicy tracks for you to take one big delicious bite into.
The Skints are one of those bands who know how to put on a show. They always guarantee a good time. Their music is the perfect tonic if you’ve had a bad day. And the urge to dance is impossible to resist.
Tiny Eyes is the self-titled, first release from Joel Evans’ solo project. It is the result of a transitioning from angst-rock frontman to poetic troubadour.
We spoke to Liverpool-based We Were Glue shortly after their funky new single ‘Birthday’ received airplay on E4’s Made In Chelsea.