‘What would Georgie do?’ is a question that I’m consistently going to ask myself as I question if one more drink at my local pub is the best choice. The answer to this question is probably yes, but nonetheless, Mansfield’s very own, Georgie has released a self-shot video to accompany her gritty, personal track ‘Too …
I know it’s only March and the British summertime is somewhat far off, but I think the winds are changing and Kawala could be bringing summer a little early this year.
London based, four-piece indie band, Old Swing, have only gone and beautifully crafted your new favourite, driving home in the rain whilst staring out of the window song. Or train for those like myself, who don’t own a drivers licence and have actually had to brave Storm Emma. Or maybe even a silent cry in …
Leicestershire’s favourite serene rural countryside festival 110 Above have made their second storming lineup announcement, including a quartet of headliners who draw in huge crowds every time they perform.
The energetic indie-punks return with their second album Everything But The Here And Now. The album sees drummer Phoebe Cross taking on more vocal responsibilities; a great move by the band. Both Cross and vocalist Rich Mandell combine well together adding a new dimension to their songs.
“Life can give you lemons… Geowulf make bittersweet, fizzy pop with them. Geowulf’s debut album, ‘Great Big Blue‘ screams shimmering production, relatable words and contagious melodies. In a glisteningly sleek record, Geowulf dance in a deceptively dream-like state with the ironic merriness of Belle and Sebastian, clashing with the summery, whimsical reverberated sways of Beach House.“
Boston based, beach pop quartet Tipling Rock return with their almighty new track ‘TMSN’. A brooding drone kicks off this marvelous indie-pop anthem before a thunderous drumbeat intrudes and the track is forced to take a rather groovy turn.
North London-based singer-songwriter Katharsis may just prove to a name to keep a eye out for this year, if the soloist’s debut single ‘Come With Me’ is anything to go by. With vocals reminiscent of Meadowlark’s Kate McGill and a delicately layered electro infusion which draws comparisons to the likes of Amber Bain of The Japanese …
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’.
Having previously opened for the likes of Frank Turner and embarked on his own massively sold-out tour of the UK, British folk-artist Will Varley returned back to the infamous venue to promote his album, ‘Spirit of Minnie’, which was released earlier this month.