Boy Pablo headlined with support from likeable Liverpudlians SPINN, who may draw immediate comparisons with their hometown counterparts The Night Café, but these guys still have their very own distinctive sound and endearingly confident stage persona.
Eliza and the Bear took all the plaudits at their hometown London show on their short headline I’d Rather Go To Hell tour, on the sixth occasion that my ears had been blessed to hear the London/Essex quartet of friends, who originally began casually making music together many years ago just for the fun of …
North London-based singer-songwriter Katharsis may just prove to a name to keep a eye out for this year, if the soloist’s debut single ‘Come With Me’ is anything to go by. With vocals reminiscent of Meadowlark’s Kate McGill and a delicately layered electro infusion which draws comparisons to the likes of Amber Bain of The Japanese …
We spoke with Southend-based band Youth Club to find out their position on the whole pineapple on pizza debate, and we asked about their newest, and quite possibly their best single to date ‘The Man That I Am’.
After catching our attention with one of the most unforgettable releases of 2017 in ‘Birthday’, Liverpudlian quartet We Were Glue have firmly put their stamp on 2018, with ’Stuck In Love’.
Written by lead singer James Newbigging about his once unborn neice Freya, Marsicans’ new single ‘Wake Up Freya’ heart-warmingly tiptoes alluringly and delicately around the promise and potential of a new life, a new story.
Barnsley-based band The Sherlocks were subject to unwanted attention earlier this week, causing controversy after the quartet announced that they are playing at Y Not Festival in Derbyshire.
Now we’re all now firmly buckled up and ready to take on 2018, we can now reflect and glance outside of our rear view mirrors at the epic tracks which dropped in 2017, and will be forever be carried lovingly throughout our lives. Here’s our top five favourite releases.
Aylesbury-based band Blushes experiment and infuse their music with a criss-cross of individually influenced genres, including Pop, RnB and Post-Punk. Blended together seamlessly with male-female driven vocals in their edgy, and possibly their darkest release to date in ‘Honey’.
Once upon a time, Sea Girls were two seperate bands – but thankfully, the quartet merged together and had a short stint of recording their music in a studio owned by Rudimental located above burger shop, they bring us their latest release ‘Heavenly War’.