Activities in the Chessman camp have been snowballing since announcing their return last December. Armed with a new bassist (Aaron Roberts) and new drummer (Jez Lee); today is the day I’m No Chessman unleash their latest EP ‘Amateurs’ onto the world, and from the first listen it’s sounding quite feisty. The EP opens with In …
The latest release from Saharas sees the band move away from their synth-focused mindset of previous songs. The experiment has resulted in a spacious and melodious creation that should garner the band the attention that their songwriting skills deserve.
Not to be confused with the ’90s Japanese band of the same name, Basingstoke’s Citrus writes songs documenting life in and around RG21. Citrus is a welcomed addition to the world of female-led bands. Singer Daisy’s vocal style is unique and stands out from other similar bands – it’s the first thing you’ll notice when …
Old Swing return with only their second single since the band’s formation in 2016. This is a record for synth geeks, as the song features some old favourites. On the surface ‘Wonder’ is a typical pop song with its verse-chorus structure, while singer Lewis Goswell nostalgically wonders about an old flame; it’s up to you …
Chichester indie band Dutch Criminal Record release their latest EP, Waiting On The Weekend, today. As you’d expect from four twenty-somethings who have been friends since school, the band writes upbeat songs with a sunny disposition.
Devon-born, London-based singer Austel, aka Annie Rew Shaw, lets her pain and heartache flow freely through her debut EP Unfold. A project that took a year to complete. However, every note and word flow seamlessly as if the songs were recorded in one session.
Brighton’s Twilight Driving are back with another single that will perk you up after a hectic week. This is a band that are writing songs beyond their years and experience.
Starting initially as a three-piece, Butterflies On Pins consists of Ross Liddle (vocals), Katie Green (bass) and Rob Alexander (guitars). The band has recently brought in drummer Paul Winter-Hart, while synth duties fall on Molly Vivian. The band might have only formed last year, but their sound is anything but juvenile.
JOYYA is a duo who exiled themselves to London from the North East, no doubt to find their slice of success. While many people who move to the capital looking for the same golden challis, they often have a love-hate relationship with the city. And the pair’s latest single ‘Horizon’ documents just that.
Lightcraft is a band that writes endearing songs that are free of constraints, and ‘Walk On Fire’ is no exception. Its spacious verses give singer Imam Wisaya Suratarun the opportunity to express his thoughts clearly without being overpowered by instruments.