Although Lauran Hibberd’s popularity continues to rise across the UK, many of us have already learnt that she is no stranger to a deeply-satirical indie tune with an unforgettable guitar riff, just like the bubbly and endlessly sarcastic Sugardaddy. The release of Old Nudes is yet another perfectly playful addition to her impressive discography, following […]

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With Chunky Shrapnel, Melbourne’s impossible-to-pin-down psych-rockers King Giz’ make their first foray into the world of the concert film. The inevitable accompanying live double album, released digitally on 24th April, is the band at the top of their game, playing the biggest venues of their career during the 2019 world tour. Obviously chosen because of […]

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Easy on the ears but heavy on the soul, this New Zealand band nails a simple yet effective method to songwriting. New album Quotidian will be their second full length, following the debut Lizard Tears in 2017 and EP Talk On/Commic from 2018. A release that sees Marlin’s Dreaming push their soft fuzz of dreamy […]

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With over 600,000 Spotify streams and previous support from a number of radio stations (including Radio X, BBC Merseyside and Amazing Radio), alongside their biggest headline show to date expected to take place at Liverpool Arts Club Theatre in 6 months time, The Cheap Thrills return with Party, another energetic indie anthem to follow up […]

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