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’.
Up and coming artist Dave C. Rupert has already created a serious buzz with help from online followers. After kicking off 2018 with the release of his debut single, and performing support slots for The Night Café and The Wombats, his career is quickly gaining momentum. We caught up with Dave to talk about UK music, …
We spoke to Gecko, a North London-based singer-songwriter who played a sold-out album release show in October 2017, and has received support from BBC Introducing, Radio X and rave reviews from the high-profile likes of Huw Stephens and Ed Sheeran respectively, over his playful, dry humoured lyrics and feel-good acoustic music.
I’ve been a huge fan of Tennis since my sophomore year of high school. The indie duo got me through my first serious relationship, subsequently, a bad breakup, a move across the country, and every little moment in between.
Indie quintet Sad Boys Club have arrived and are ready to sweep people off of their feet with their recently released debut single ‘Know’. The newcomers began making music from a Bombay Bicycle Club shed.
Los Angeles dynamic glam-rock husband and wife duo KOLARS first caught our attention with their incredible track ‘One More Thrill’. An impressive debut album followed by appearances at Dot To Dot and Great Escape earned the duo a legion of fans in the UK. We caught up with the husband and wife duo after their nationwide …
With less than a week to go until our showcase at The Social, we caught up with singer-songwriter Kiera Court, who’ll be performing her own brand of beautiful indie-pop on Monday 31st July.
Ahead of our charity showcase in aid of Mind on Monday 31st July, we’ve chatted with one of the night’s acts, George Pelham. He’s certainly no stranger to London gigs, with his soul-infused songs already visiting venues such as Hackney’s The Star and Kensington’s The Cellar.
We were lucky enough to get a chance to quiz Swedish singer-songwriter Lucas Nord about life, music, and who he would most enjoy being stuck in a lift with!
Selling themselves as ‘Punk with a Ukulele’, the four boys from Croydon, London are making a name for themselves on Spotify and BandCamp with their music which has been comparable to the likes of ‘The 1975’, ‘The Wonder Years’ and ‘The Front Bottoms’. Bears in Trees have released a wide-range of material including their last …