I know, it’s been a fair while and you have all missed me terribly. Often wondered how you would continue? Well, fear not friends, I have returned with another beloved Beneath The Surface feature and my oh my, this one is a goody! Deffo worth the wait I’d say 😉 So grab a bev of …
London-based alt-pop band Marna have released the first of a string of singles in 2019 with “What Is A Girl To Do?”. The trio, who draw inspirations from the likes of Lana Del Rey and Father John Misty, are fronted by Marnie Burt, who tallied hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify previously as a solo …
Now that the fracas of the festive period is over, it’s the ideal time to look back at Pizza For The People’s Indie Banquet at Wharf Chambers back on the 15th December. Remember, the hazy days of 2018? Tonnes of momentum ran the night and there was a somewhat unhinged aura that lurked persistently, only encouraged …
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.
Born in Glasgow, but fermented in London, Crooked Teeth’s formative years spent in the two cities has had a huge impact on their music. The jagged and euphoric analogue synths add a retro tinge to an otherwise modern sound, and the band’s latest single ‘Mountain Song’ isn’t any different.
2017 is the year for London quartet ISLAND, especially with their new single “Dreaming Of“. In fact, after listening to this spectacular track, you’ll be dreaming of being at one of their upcoming shows this month.
London-based quartet Slowlines are supporting Eliza and the Bear on their final UK tour of 2016 which kicked off last night in Cardiff – alongside talented South-Londoner Scott Verrill – the moniker of KYKO.
A sold out Roundhouse gathered in Camden, London on a humid Tuesday evening to see Oh Wonder – consisting of south-east Londoners Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West.
Oliver Has a Band are an upcoming lo-fi surf rock band from London. Hailing earlier this year they have released their first single ‘Every Other Lie’ which has been written to cure your post-summer blues come September; when we all venture back into our coats and blankets, drinking coffee next to the fire place days.