Tag: grunge

Curse of Lono latest craft ‘So Damned Beautiful’ gives glimpses of next album

Felix Bechtolsheimer, aka Curse of Lono, gears up for the release of his upcoming album People In Cars, with the poetic yet dark single ‘So Damned Beautiful.’ Entwined by the experience of his past year and delved further into the stark reality of what he has lived through, ‘So Damned Beautiful’ gives a vulnerable side of his …

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Album Review: Ian Huschle – Had a Vision Once

Sitting somewhere between Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens and Smashing Pumpkins, Ian Huschle’s new album ‘Had a Vision Once’ is delicate, smudgy and messy – packed with heart, warmth and is an absolute joy to listen to. It’s a deeply personal collection of tracks, close, like you’re rattling around in Ian’s mind whilst listening to these …

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Model turned musician, Andreww is back with his highly-anticipated sophomore single, ‘Medusa’

Turning his talents and good looks to music, model turned musician Andreww (Louis Vuitton, Dior, Versace and Valentino) is back with his highly-anticipated sophomore single, ‘Medusa’. The track follows on from Andreww’s debut single, ‘Talking To Myself’, released late last year and judging by the numbers it did (35k+ Spotify streams and 84k+ Youtube views), …

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NEW MUSIC: groan room – get off

Given their dynamic sound finding the grungey balance between guitars, drums and vocals, it’s hard to believe that groan room is only one year old. In fact, their self-titled debut EP was only released in March 2020. Hailing from Salford, the indie-grunge quartet are drawing on their inner Nirvana to produce songs like ‘get off’, …

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In Conversation with Box Time

Formed in 2018 in London, John Chamberlain (vocals/guitar), Barny Skinner (guitar), Paddy Chamberlain (bass) and Ryan Peek (drums) came together to craft a different form of indie-rock. Influenced by Joy Division, Foo Fights, Nirvana and The Stone Roses, Box Time is fast, insightful and damned furious. We spoke John about their new single ‘Another Excuse’ …

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