The Night Café released their new single ‘Felicity’ last week and it’s certainly something perhaps a little darker than what we’re used to from the Liverpudlian four-piece.
Heavily influenced by the occult and astrology, MORGAN is a London-based evocative new singer-songwriter who emerged with her debut single ‘Alone’ last month.
Richard Walters knows how to write atmospheric ballads. One listen to his most recent album ‘A.M,’ especially the song Awards Night will confirm this. His latest single Starlight continues in the same vein. It is a celebration of birth and an outpouring of grief, as the song reflects on the year Walters’ first child was …
It’s been five years since Lucy Rose released her flawless debut album ‘Like I Used To’. Her fragile, emotive voice captivated listeners worldwide and as her sound evolved ,with the release of her pop-infused sophomore album ‘Work It Out’, her fan-base continued to grow.
Plastic Barricades is a band that seems to be very good at doing their own thing. And this has not gone unnoticed. The north-west London outfit has won the Hard Rock Café London Global Battle of the Bands. They also won Camden Rocks 2014 and Enfield Battle of the Bands 2016. Add those wins to …
The Wandering Hearts were discovered within half an hour of uploading their first demo. It’s easy to see why. Although their music has firm country roots, there’s obvious pop, alt-folk and rock influences thrown into the mix too.
Dream-pop pairing Geowulf have today released the music video for summer-vibe track ‘Get You’ taken from their brand new EP ‘Relapse’.
Eat The Evidence bring us another satirical look at British life. This is something the band specialise in and they smash it every time. These merry men can take the irony and nonsense of everyday life and turn it into a damn good song, much like NOFX do.
Now that the weather has finally started showing signs of summer even up in the north, it is time to jump right into some tropical tunes by some awesome Norwegians. We present you Skinny Days which features the fascinating and different timber of Emilie Adams.
With just a handful of weeks until Oh Wonder release their second album ‘Ultralife’, our favourite pair of South Londoners released ‘Heavy’ at midnight around the world.