Single review: Mint – ‘Nothing Seems to Get Me High’

Mint have a sound steeped in hedonism; their statement of intent: “we make music to make you kiss strangers.” Driven by instinct and ingenuity in creating anthemic indie-rock sounds, the four-piece have conquered their hometown of Grimsby and demand national acclaim. Their latest single, ‘Nothing Seems to Get Me High’ was crowned Radio 1’s Record… Read More Single review: Mint – ‘Nothing Seems to Get Me High’

Single review: King Nun – ‘Greasy Hotel’

It’s no exaggeration to say that King Nun are on the precipice of being one of the greatest bands to emerge for years. The word ‘great’ is often thrown about recklessly; it’s a catch-all term that sticks to musical brilliance and mounting achievements. King Nun, with an upcoming UK headline tour and a forthcoming debut… Read More Single review: King Nun – ‘Greasy Hotel’

White Riot – ‘Sid’ single review

Welsh indie-punk trio White Riot release their debut single ‘Sid’. Drawing its inspiration from none other than punk icon Sid Vicious and his tempestuous relationship with Nancy Spungen, the rough edges to ‘Sid’ are what gives it its sincerity. It’s a track reminiscent of every shade of Britpop glory: vocals loaded with Gallagher-style conviction and… Read More White Riot – ‘Sid’ single review