Break-ups suck in every degree, but nothing hits you harder than when a band that broke down your walls, slept in your earphones in your bed suddenly without warning call it a day for reasons which are 99% of the time unknown – here’s five splits that I’ll laugh off but inside I’ll weep over …
Cassia are a band that I have listened to way more than a few times over, and I was relishing the opportunity to see them live at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen.
NY-based electro-pop soloist Amanda Steckler (under the moniker of Blonde Maze) may have reminded us of an icy winter last year with hit single ‘Antarctica‘ – but this time she rolls the summer back once again with marimba-made synths to die for in ‘Thunder’.
Carmody is back with a bang and hits us right in the feels once again with minimalist, electro-infused ballad ‘Like That’.
While we count down the days until Ded Rabbit come to The Finsbury in London on the 6th November for their upcoming UK tour, the Yorkshire-born now Scotland-based brothers have kindly selected their 5 For Friday selections.
Nottingham-based The Long Islands have released their seven-track debut EP ‘After Hours’, the three-piece formed in 2015 during university, where numerous jamming sessions commenced, Long Island Iced Teas were consumed – which then gave them their band name!
Kicking off with her hit single ‘Mother’, Portsmouth-based Jerry Williams opened proceedings for a Billy Lockett headlined show which sold out in just a day.
South-East Londoner Marna shows us her exceptional musical ability once again with emotive new release ‘Pure Gold’.
Marsicans are on the brink of a trio of European tour dates with Hippo Campus, where they’ll be hitting the dizzy heights of Berlin and Brussels in their van Pat, but luckily enough for us they’re still around to kindly share with us some of their favourite musical jams.
Seeing Hands take us back with their brand new psychedelic dream-pop release.