London-based alt-pop band Marna have released the first of a string of singles in 2019 with “What Is A Girl To Do?”. The trio, who draw inspirations from the likes of Lana Del Rey and Father John Misty, are fronted by Marnie Burt, who tallied hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify previously as a solo …
Friday’s Finest is a brand new weekly collaboration between Turtle Tempo, It’s All Indie, Nexus and Clunk Magazine. As each week we select a quartet of songs that we have been loving for the past several days.
Call your mother – and probably every number on your phone, because Anteros have dropped their latest release. Packed like a packed lunch, with a typically funky intro that seems to hooks us in again and again, before reaching to an incredibly catchy chorus which will get the hundreds of thousands grooving at festivals for …
Funky, criminally underrated quartet Dutch Criminal Record have just released the title-track from their upcoming EP ‘Waiting on the Weekend’ – which will be released in its entirety on Friday 24th August.
Funky, fresh and flippin’ fantastic might be a few apt non-swearing ‘f’ words that roll off the tongue to describe this summery release from Oh Wonder, produced as a collaboration with 18-year-old Los Angeles-based producer, Whethan. You can’t not Superlove it!
Need cheering up now the latest Bank Holiday weekend has wound to a close and normal working weeks resume? We can deliver – we are delighted to premiere the new video for Indigo, the latest single from Only Sun!
Long gone are the days when ‘Show Me The Way’ made you think of Amarillo. We’re not being dramatic, but you may need a health warning that Suzi Island‘s debut single will be wedged inside your head for a long time to come.
Fresh from releasing his latest single Heaven Knows, a follow-up to his groundbreaking debut hit Back Around, Harry Strange shares with us his 5 For Friday selections!
Fresh from our energetic, uplifting show at The Finsbury last night which included a confetti cannon and silly string, High Wycombe five-piece Only Sun have just dropped ‘Song for Leila’ – the fifth of twelve monthly releases.
Cut from the same cake of upbeat, pulse-racing indie-rock bands similar to the likes of Clean Cut Kid and Natives, Twilight Driving are a name that you will certainly be hearing more of and deservedly so. We just can’t get enough of these guys, their belt out choruses and pitch-perfect live shows. The Brighton quartet …