‘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)’

New Single – Crewel Intentions, ‘Youth In Overload’

Words by Joe Bulger (@notjoebulger) Chilli Jesson’s Crewel Intentions have announced details of their debut track. The one-time Palma Violet has this week revealed new single ‘Youth In Overload’. It’s the first offering from Chilli’s cryptic new project. Already a household name with denizens South of the River, not much is known about the group… Read More New Single – Crewel Intentions, ‘Youth In Overload’

Hotel Lux share “grimly macabre” new single, ‘The Last Hangman’

The 1980’s – big money, big personalities, and even bigger hairstyles, a decade of cultural flamboyance, unbridled consumerism and economic prosperity. Hotel Lux sure as heck weren’t born in the ’80s, but these London-based newcomers can’t help but epitomise the true (and often unpleasant) spirit of these ‘golden’ years – their take on it all… Read More Hotel Lux share “grimly macabre” new single, ‘The Last Hangman’

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’

Dead Pretties don’t need your ‘Confidence’, just listen for yourself

South London’s own Rock and Roll miscreants Dead Pretties might be amongst the newest members of London’s thriving DIY scene, but they’re certainly no strangers to getting their hands good and dirty. Procuring a stupidly fun, and equally ferocious live reputation, built off many an intimate performance on the London pub-venue circuit, Dead Pretties are one of the best British guitar bands we’ve… Read More Dead Pretties don’t need your ‘Confidence’, just listen for yourself

Goat Girl share “sneering” new single ‘Crow Cries’, announce UK headline tour

After spending the best part of the last year on the road alongside the likes of Yak, and most recently, Lias Saoudi’s conceptual electro-punk super group, The Moonlandingz, it’s no surprise that London upstarts Goat Girl have begun to build quite a reputation for themselves beyond the Capital. Irreverent, and with a staunch belief in… Read More Goat Girl share “sneering” new single ‘Crow Cries’, announce UK headline tour

TRASH combat the headaches on latest single, ‘Migraines’

Fans of  “slacker-glitter-teenage pop” rejoice! Derby’s self-proclaimed “Kings of the riff”, TRASH are here to make indie-pop Dream again. Listing, and i quote, “reverb” and “riffology” amongst their many hobbies and interests, Chesterfield quartet TRASH’s ecclectic brand of saccharine-sweet dream-pop only attests that, truth be told, they really couldn’t be further from their TRASH-y namesake. Partnered with independent Leeds label, Clue… Read More TRASH combat the headaches on latest single, ‘Migraines’

Get Inuit reveal their childish side on latest single, ‘All My Friends’

Spring is now finally here (!), and with festival season now almost upon us, you can almost the smell the signature sickly scent of adolescent sweat, cheap cider and overpriced fast food…Now first things first, you’re going to need a new summer playlist. But when ‘T-Shirt Weather’ has inevitably lost its boozey charm, where do you turn… Read More Get Inuit reveal their childish side on latest single, ‘All My Friends’

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’