Renée Orshan might have ditched her moniker RÉN, but she’s returned with a new one in Rén with the Mane – and the Brooklyn-based soloist is back with a bang too in ‘Hypnotize’. Over a year after releasing sing-along, upbeat ‘Into The Unknown’, Rén with the Mane brings us a slightly shady, enthralling dark-pop hit which is …
It’s such a funky little indie hit that you want to grab it, ruffle it’s hair and squeeze it’s metaphorical cheeks. Nottingham/Leeds trio Silver Wilson are a fairly new name on the scene, and are still experimenting with their sound – but with their newest single, they effortlessly combine pop with an electro-infusion of summer goodness.
Luna Bay kick off our brand new feature 5 For Friday – where artists share with us five of their favourite pieces of music!
Liverpool-based four-piece band SPINN hook you in with a noticeably delightful jangle-pop intro in their brand new single ‘Notice Me’, trust me – this one’s a bit of a head-bopper.
After a pretty cool set from an incredible support act in fellow London-based duo Tender to set the mood, Oh Wonder took to the stage at Kingston’s The Hippodrome.
We just can’t get enough of Luna Bay. The band have just released their third single, and their first release of 2017 in ‘Hometown’.
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.
Whenever courtship. release new music, you know it’s going to be a pretty good week. Their latest release ‘Perfect People’ is about not taking things too seriously. The electro-pop duo from Los Angeles consisting of Eli Hirsch and Micah Gordon first caught the eye with their debut single ‘Stop For Nothing‘, over a year ago …
It’s been a long old time since I first saw Eliza and the Bear in Canterbury, alongside my favourite band at the time – Sons & Lovers, over more than three years ago.
The Night Café released their new single ‘Felicity’ last week and it’s certainly something perhaps a little darker than what we’re used to from the Liverpudlian four-piece.