‘Six Great Albums You Probably Missed in 2018 (And Why You Definitely Should’ve Listened)’

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)’

HMLTD share ambitious new progged-out pop single ‘Satan, Luella & I’

Without a doubt amongst London’s most exciting new prospects, HMLTD (You might know them as Happy Meal Ltd. ) blur the lines between musician and art project like no other band has in decades. With an eclectic range of sonic influences, from Talking Heads, to Nick Cave, HMLTD play on an almost brutal clash of genres and… Read More HMLTD share ambitious new progged-out pop single ‘Satan, Luella & I’

Everything Everything announce new album, ‘A Fever Dream’, share lead single ‘Can’t Do’

Unconventional and impressively ambitious, genre-defying Manchester noiseniks Everything Everything, unsurprisingly take little advice from the musical rulebook. Obsessive, complex, and canny, the group, who count Nirvana, Radiohead and even R. Kelly amongst their eclectic set of influences, continue to defy expected indie-rock cliches with each and every release. Call it what you like, band’s like Everything Everything don’t… Read More Everything Everything announce new album, ‘A Fever Dream’, share lead single ‘Can’t Do’

The Orielles share “ambitious and experimental” debut single, ‘Sugar Tastes Like Salt’

The Orielles share their debut single ‘Sugar Tastes Like Salt’ on Heavenly Recordings Playing quirky West Coast surf-pop akin to Best Coast and Cherry Glazerr, teenage trio The Orielles are just the latest band to contest California’s rightful claim to the surf-pop throne. The Halifax three-piece have recently pricked the attention of NME and Steve… Read More The Orielles share “ambitious and experimental” debut single, ‘Sugar Tastes Like Salt’