Month: July 2019

Interview: The Lost Hours

Poignant lyricism and silk-soft vocals symphonise To Be Alone – the dreamy new single from Leeds-based singer-songwriter Callum James Hamilton, aka The Lost Hours. What begins as a contemplative, minimal arrangement soon evolves into a gentle indie folk anthem, exploring the parallels of hope and fear. I had a chat with Callum about the impact …

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Interview: Big Pretty

Departing from previous rock and indie ventures, South-London based Jimmy Robinson brings his blend of ‘pure pop’ to the forefront under the guise of Big Pretty. Composed of uplifting melodies and warm, nostalgic guitar hooks, Big Pretty’s new single Diamond Eyes (The Room Upstairs) is simultaneously delicate and anthemic – striking a balance between sensitivity …

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5 Must See Artists at 110 Above 2019

With our favourite festival 110 Above fast approaching, we’ve dissected the indie belter of a lineup to bring you 5 artists you simply cannot miss this year, so get off the portaloo, unzip your tent and ensure you’re ready to groove to the whole lineup, but especially this handful!

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Interview: The Purple Lights

London-based duo The Purple Lights come to terms with heartbreak on their vibrant new single Lake.  Concocting a unique blend of afrobeat drums with heartfelt pop vocals, the song is accompanied by a psychedelic music video following the band as they explore the back streets of Hackney Wick and forests of vivid purple foliage.   I …

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