It’s time to stick our teeth into Eliza and the Bear‘s brand new release – ‘Hell’. It’s pretty cool that it’s marked up as ‘explicit’ because this one is naughty like accidently eating a whole tub of Pringles.
Liverpool-based trio Trudy and the Romance send your head in the clouds with their typically irresistibly hazy, 50s pop infused release ‘Twist It, Shake It. Rock & Roll’.
Break-ups suck in every degree, but nothing hits you harder than when a band that broke down your walls, slept in your earphones in your bed suddenly without warning call it a day for reasons which are 99% of the time unknown – here’s five splits that I’ll laugh off but inside I’ll weep over …
Cassia are a band that I have listened to way more than a few times over, and I was relishing the opportunity to see them live at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen.
Normanton Street expertly blend multiple styles from hip-hop, soul, disco and garage to form a natural sound that will be hard to ignore, even for the most loyal rock fans. It’s Been A While sees the band go even further beyond those styles.
‘Citizen’ is the latest single from jazz-funk maestros Late TV. With an intro that sounds like the opening music to a low budget, high octane American detective TV show; it is difficult to take seriously at first. But, luckily the tackiness of those dramas isn’t reflected throughout Late TV’s music. The song is an unusual blend of jazz-funk and art-rock, which presents some complex and flamboyant …
NY-based electro-pop soloist Amanda Steckler (under the moniker of Blonde Maze) may have reminded us of an icy winter last year with hit single ‘Antarctica‘ – but this time she rolls the summer back once again with marimba-made synths to die for in ‘Thunder’.
Carmody is back with a bang and hits us right in the feels once again with minimalist, electro-infused ballad ‘Like That’.
Exciting, quirky and full of life. The refreshingly talented Will Joseph Cook hits us with his brand new track ‘If You Want To Make Money’.
While we count down the days until Ded Rabbit come to The Finsbury in London on the 6th November for their upcoming UK tour, the Yorkshire-born now Scotland-based brothers have kindly selected their 5 For Friday selections.