SINGLE REVIEW: There’s nothing to be a-‘Shame’-d about here! Will And The People are back

Brighton trailblazers Will And The People have released what can only be described as a shot of pure brilliance; there’s nothing to be a-shame-d about here! Four-piece Will And The People have made their name through a combination of their raucously engaging live shows and the sheer frantic fun of their music. Over the course Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Husband latest single ‘Sleepyhead’ is darker turn for the versatile London alt-rockers.

Excitement. It’s as rare a commodity as it’s ever been for intrepid writers like myself; heads in the clouds from our vantage points up in the metaphorical crow’s nest with a long-range telescope, hoping that one day something might appear over the musical horizon to surprise us. “Husband [are] capable of knocking out such intelligent, Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Dublin band Milk. venture into liberated grounds with their new EP, ‘1’; a colourful, captivating take on indie/alternative pop

The four-piece charismatic band from Dublin, Ireland, have produced an EP which is evidently free from the confines of genre. All six songs are uniquely colourful, energetic and mesmerising, with compelling beats and vocals all-round. With almost 17K followers on Instagram, the boys are undoubtedly fulfilling the musical needs of a world which is evolving Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Leeds newcomers RAE make a bold statement with their incredible debut single, ‘Never Meant To Start A Witch Hunt’

Ever since this group announced their name change back in January, we’ve been eagerly anticipating what their new identity would bring. Formally known as Ørmstons, RAE have remodelled and returned to take the UK’s local music scene by storm with a heavier, more mature sound to their music. As the group’s first official outing under Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Nia Archives debut is a hidden gem, melding Soul and Jungle for her irresistible banger ‘Sober Feels’

There is nothing that quite compares to the smugness of discovering a <1000 Spotify gem. East London-based Machunian Nia Archives has only released one song and already possesses an alluring air of mystery. Her Instagram feed is filled with grainy 8mm videos of dark cityscapes and the artistry she has revealed so far strikes the Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Cumbrian foursome FLYNT spark a flame for the future with smooth indie-pop track ‘L.O.V.E.’

It’s a long way from West Cumbria to Maida Vale Studios, both literally and figuratively, but indie-pop four-piece FLYNT seem to have made the journey in no time flat. Within just a couple of years together, the band have scored themselves a slot on the line-up for Radio 1’s virtual Big Weekend 2020 as well Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Milo Gore is raw, honest and soul-baring with his new single ‘Eyeliner’

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’, Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Van Houten make growing up a little less anxiety-inducing with new single ‘Better Than This’

Better Than This is the latest rendition of honest, confident dream-pop from Leeds based band Van Houten. This time Van Houten have made an effort to create a raw yet relaxed track that is incredibly fitting for it’s summertime release.  The track itself deals with the pangs and pains that are attached to the coming Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Crystal Tides release ‘Monday’, an optimistic pick-me-up indie number.

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 Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Deco offer fun-filled selection of positive synth-pop tunes with new EP ‘Real Life’

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 Continue Reading