Honesty is the best policy, or so they say- and honesty doesn’t come in a better form than the sultry new offering from LA five-piece The Marías. Their latest release since their EP ‘Superclean Vol. 1’ is oozing with psychedelic-soul, twinkling piano keys and gauzy bass guitar interludes.
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.
Grey filled skies cover the city as we escape weeks of excruciating heat here in London, and although temperatures of thirty degrees may have slipped away for now, the tropical sounds of South Africa’s The World Of Birds debut release, ‘Open Up’ roars from my speakers.
There’s something pretty familiar about New York native, Blonder and his latest release ‘BB Song’. Memorable guitar hooks and hypnotising lyricism ooze from its very existence. BB Song is the first teaser into new music from the captivating musical master that is Blonder. Having been pretty quiet since his debut EP release ‘$5’ back in 2017, its …
I type this whilst nursing sunburn from a Summer’s eve spent frolicking with friends, listening to “Headlights” on repeat. It’s the new single from acclaimed Belgian indie-pop band The Lighthouse, taken from their 2017 EP “Joyride” and funky enough to make you forget to apply your SPF 50. I defy you to prove me wrong…
Devon-born Austel teases her forthcoming EP with the release of haunting single “Anaesthesia”, a work built entirely around swelling harmonies for chords and the gentle pulse of an electrocardiograph for a beat. Within the first three seconds of listening, Austel’s spellbinding voice will have you totally entranced – go on, have a listen!
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.
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.
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.