Day: 26 June 2020

NEW MUSIC: Askies – Easy

Leeds alternative indie-rock band Askies return to unveil new single “Easy”, an ode to those in relationship purgatory. This four-piece indie-rock band hailing from Leeds are fast becoming ones to watch, selling out shows in their hometown and soon to take on all corners of the UK. Their sharp and energetic take on the music …

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NEW MUSIC: APEX – FALLING

St. Albans five-piece APEX release indie-pop anthem “FALLING”. The picturesque Hertfordshire town of St Albans has given rise to many an influential band over the years – Friendly Fires, Enter Shikari and The Zombies, to name three – and the indie-pop five-piece APEX looks to be its latest benefaction to the music industry. Alex White, …

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In Conversation with Earthsea

Way back when, four young men met as students in Durham, England. Their aim was to form their first “serious” band. Initially, they began as a hard rock band but evolved into the Radiohead-inspired Earthsea. We spoke with Dom Main (vocals/keys), Jamie Wesley (guitar), James Kerr (bass) and Will Soutter (drums/samples/production) about their latest release …

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NEW MUSIC: CALM – Is There Anybody Alive Out There / Something’s Changing

London indie five-piece CALM unveil double release “Is There Anybody Alive Out There? / Something’s Changing”, inspired by the pandemic. The bloggers at Turtle Tempo have been reviewing a plethora of lockdown-themed songs recently, but none like CALM’s double release; single “Is There Anybody Alive Out There?” and its B-side “Something’s Changing”. The A-side is …

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