Don’t Go Gentle is a film about IDLES and the birth of AF Gang – a safe space online for those brought together through a shared love for the band. The documentary goes through IDLES’ journey as a band, timestamped with album releases, and moments such as supporting The Maccabees’ last shows and their signing […]

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Milo Gore has already made a strong impression in 2020, and we still have half the year to go. Firstly, the singer-songwriter called for revolution with the punk-edged track ‘Jerry Can’. Then came ‘Green Eyes’, the head-thrashing belter of late-night liaisons, miscommunication and gut-wrenching heartache. Now, he has made it a hat-trick. New single ‘Eyeliner’, […]

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Having made a great name for themselves in and around Portsmouth, Crystal Tides have built an impressive reputation and boast a growing fanbase since their debut in 2018. Known for a number of uplifting indie tunes and for their highly energetic live shows, the group continues to impress audiences, whether in a support slot alongside […]

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Following some pretty high profile support slots alongside the likes of Jess Glynne and Casey Lowry, Deco return with a selection of impressive synth-pop tracks. The indie influence is also clear in the tracks, perfectly demonstrating the group’s ability to blur the lines of different genres, always providing incredible results. With 2019 having been such […]

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With the rise of a global pandemic and the world thrust into lockdown, it wasn’t long until talk turned to the prediction of a cultural renaissance. Constant reminders that Shakespeare’s King Lear, Newton’s theory of gravity and Bocaccio’s Decameron were all developed in isolation plagued everybody’s feed and the pressure of productivity was well and […]

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Beginning the year with the release of Tongue Tied, a toe-tapper of a track abound with soothing melodies and dreamy synths, things look exciting for Bristol-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist James Humphrys. Since then, he has been making waves not only with features on BBC Upload – including a spot as ‘Track of the Week’ – […]

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Recorded just before the start of the UK’s national lockdown, Radio Star is a perfect follow up to Birthday Card’s debut, Shy Away. With a steady drum beat looped throughout the verses and George Harrison’s gorgeous use of synths taking the track to a new level, Birthday Card continue to develop their bright, futuristic sound […]

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