Wax Colour / What on Earth Will The Papers Say

Essex outfit Wax Colour return with What on Earth Will The Papers Say.  The song touches on 21st Centuries most sensitive issues in a unique ‘Waxy’ way. The D.I.Y ethos the band have wreaks brilliantly throughout their tracks, a blatant statement of non-conformity and sheer desire to continue pursuing their dreams, no matter what gets in…

Chris’ discovery destination

Feedbacc – Get Out Punk Rock three-piece Feedbacc, hailing from Stoke-on-Trent provide a righteous middle finger to overly complicated pop inspired punk rock. Coming off their recently released eponymous ep “Feedbacc”, Get Out provides a meaty guitar riff with a straightforward drumbeat and is an excellent example of raw music without a myriad of overdone…

EP REVIEW: SPINN – SELF TITLED

The debut four-track from Liverpool quartet, SPINN, is a stellar collection of jangly, feel-good, bouncing anthems that show heap loads of potential for a band that are cooking up quite the storm in the scene at the moment. Jam-packed with sun-drenched instrumentation and dreamy hooks n melodies, the Scousers show that they’re one of the…

Goat Girl: Self-titled debut album review

Here it is. Finally. The debut album from south London up-and-comers, Goat Girl, is here at last. It feels an absolute age since they released Country Sleaze in the autumn of 2016, but the quartet has only gotten stronger, releasing singles Crow Cries and Cracker Drool along the way. They teamed up with producer Dan…

Nova One perfects the 60’s style lofi pop hybrid with “Your Girl”

Meet Nova One, the Rhode Island capital based musician challenging gender identity and youth amongst other themes through dreamy pop instrumentals and heartfelt vocals. After hearing Your Girl some late hours into the morning senselessly browsing the depths of obscure music channels I found myself in love with the echoing drums bleeding into reverb-soaked guitar…

coull- thankful Review

Back again for another Sad Saturdays, and back with another little review, this time of bedroom lo-fi artist coull’s first solo release thankful. Part of the two-piece emo outfit Baby Names, who I have gushed about before, band member Aidan Coull is striking out with a solo effort that has piqued my interest in the…

Have you not heard Dan Stock’s EP “Take It Too Far”? Just take my opinion then.

When you create an EP, a body of work which ultimately represents everything you have worked for, you may strive to accentuate your work by having a polished production team on board and Dan Stock seems to have a fucking good one. The title track, produced by James Bagshaw (Temples) and mixed by Marta Salogni (renowned for her work with Bjork and Sampha) may have helped Stock put Milton Keynes on the map. It is…

The Ultimate Car Sing-a-long Song has been Revealed!

The behemoth that is ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen has been revealed as the nation’s favourite song to sing-along to during car journeys. A survey carried out by the AA earlier this month has found that 51% of Britons like to have a sing-song when it comes to travelling in the car, with pop music being…

Peace drop anthemic new single- You Don’t Walk Away From Love

Indie rock quartet, Peace, have just released their anthemic new single You Don’t Walk Away From Love. With their 3rd album, Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll due early May, YDWAFL is an incredibly curated sneak peek of what to expect. Following their last single, Power, the new track upholds Peace’s powerfully upbeat music….

Nick Ball & The Wrong Crowd: Night & Day Cafe, Manchester mini gig review

Fresh from finishing their mini-tour I caught the band at the first date at The Night & Day Cafe which is situated in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. The band features Nick Ball ( Lead), Kieran Owens (base + backing vocals), Lewis Taylor drummer) and Dan Allan (guitarist). The band and supports competed with their uni BIMM…