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 …
Woah, this is one hell of a high-intensity, sweaty banger from Windsor-based alt-rock quartet SAHARAS. ‘Sweat’ features nostalgic, impressive guitar-driven sounds and synths which certainly pull no punches and give an impressive account of how original and epic these guys sound. Listen with caution, the guitar intro will be stuck in your head for a while.
Quite arguably the finest thing to come out of Aylesbury of all time – experimental, eccentric and exciting indie quartet Blushes have kindly shared with us their 5 For Friday picks this week.
Aptly released during a heatwave in one of the hottest April weeks in history, Chichester’s Dutch Criminal Record have released a new single in ‘For The Record’ and listening to this feels like an ice cold beer between your lips. A proper sunbathing, chuck on your socks ‘n sandals kind of feel-good tune this one. If this …
5 For Friday is back! Bedford natives The Scruff have been together through thick and thin since forming a handful of years ago, undergoing a rebuilding process, a line-up shake up with the addition of new lead guitarist Jack and a slight a change in their sound. They are quite simply the epitome of modern day …
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.