The band announced today that part 1 will be out March 8th with part 2 following in Autumn. 2019 is set to be their biggest and most ambitious year to date. They are now a quartet after the departure of bassist Walter Gervers last January. Foals announced last week details of a double album for… Read More Foals’ new album out March 8th
The band are planning on releasing new music and touring at the end of this year. Today the band announced they are making 2019 their comeback year. It’s been a long three years since they dropped the hiatus status and now they have broken the silence. 2019 is off to a banger with the return… Read More Bombay Bicycle Club are coming back!!!
Punk music in the UK and Ireland has seen somewhat of a resurgence over the past year. With the likes of IDLES, Heavy Lungs, The Murder Capital and YOWL all garnering attention and buzz amongst the British music press, it’s clear to see there is a blossoming scene for these artists, growing by the day.… Read More Fontaines D.C. @ The Moon Club 09/12/18
Bandicoot are a 4 piece alternative outfit native to Swansea. Since forming way back in 2013, the band have played all over the UK, supporting bands like VANT, Blaenavon and Spring King, with a performance record of nearly 200, the band are slowly but surely rising in prominence. Their latest release adds to a successful… Read More Bandicoot – Being Erased/House of Fame REVIEW
2018 has seen the rise of a whole new musical vanguard. Be it their livewire shows that are more of a spectacle than a performance, or their trail of knock-out singles and EPs, these are the artists we believe are on the precipice of greatness for 2019. BLACK MIDI Black Midi are a paradox. They… Read More Let It Happen class of 2019
Introducing the 19 year old, New South Wales based producer, rapper and designer. Aquinas has been slowly rising within the underground scene, closely working with Australian rapper Gatsby, another artist quickly rising in prominence. The artist has once again unleashed his vocals on a new beat. Bonsai is flourishing with a gorgeous piano progression and… Read More Aquinas’ “Bonsai” is rattling the underground.
Words by Joe Bulger (@notjoebulger) It’s December, and ‘List Season’ really is in full swing once again. In the year that Drake broke any and every streaming record on, well, record, we’ve enjoyed an absurd amount of great new music. But, as with anything nowadays, you can’t possibly listen to it all – no one… Read More ‘Six Great Albums You Probably Missed in 2018 (And Why You Definitely Should’ve Listened)’
Swansea’s melodic indie outfit Vanilla release their debut single ‘See’, a retrospective track that recalls the unbridled, pumped-up joy of The Libertines and the post-punk revivalists. Sprinting guitars and insouciant vocals give ‘See’ a rose-tinted feel: a drunken grin in a crowded pub, or cold beer in the sunshine. The lyrics are shrug-of-the-shoulder; they spare… Read More Vanilla – ‘See’ single review
Brighton four-piece Lacuna Bloome evoke the prismatic, punch-the-sky jubilance of their hometown with their latest single ‘Find Your Way’. Supporting Trampolene on their tour earlier this year, matching their anthemic flair, Lacuna Bloome have gone far with the unshakeable confidence in their own musical identity. ‘Find Your Way’ has crisp, chiming guitars and lustrous basslines that recall… Read More Lacuna Bloome release their new single ‘Find Your Way’