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 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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  We’ve already learnt to expect the unexpected from Munky, one of last year’s great discoveries. The wry observations, indeed pure sass of their debut e.p. Un, Deux, Trois, Cat soon took a much darker turn within the unsettling, almost apocalyptic imagery and heavy guitar onslaught of follow-up Megaton. News of an unexpected new Munky […]

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Following a BBC 6 Music live session and a soundtrack collaboration for actress Milly Bobby Brown’s fashion line, in addition to an impressive 16 million Spotify streams already under their belts, Derbyshire-based trio Patawawa have slowly become an act to watch, offering a selection of energetic, synth-indie pop tunes since their debut singles in early […]

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  The last time Underscore Part 3 caught up with China Bears, for their punchy Glastonbury Calling set at the tail end of February, they were buzzing with excitement for their first Stateside dash, as part of Fierce Panda’s SXSW showcase in Austin, Texas. Fast forward six weeks and the world feels a very different […]

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“[Worn & Torn is] a riff Ritchie Blackmore wishes he wrote.” Dorset local legends Clams, recently reborn, and re-energised with a couple of new members, cement their return to action with a second single from their forthcoming EP The Road To Stone Lane. Following on from the swaggering Creedence-esque boogie of Come Back home, Worn And […]

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