IN FOR QUESTIONING: Pop hipsters San Cisco let us dive into their world of fun laid back melodies.

San Cisco caught our attention with their laid back vibes and authentic pop so we had to get them in for interview. We chatted to them just before the world really turned upside-down and before the EP dropped. Kindly via our email exchange they gave us some interesting insights into the sound of San Cisco, Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: We get ahead of the curve with future Liverpool hero SKIA

A few weeks ago we spoke to SKIA, ya know, before the world did it’s thing. We were upbeat and had a lovely chat, we were excited for summer and getting a bit ‘dark fruits’ in fields listening to her anthems. Well, that’s all changed, but what hasn’t changed is SKIA’s ability to write pop Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Pizzagirl goes out of the world with new single ‘Cape Canaveral’

Pizzagirl is an ambassador for making 80s synth pop feel that little bit more modern. After only a 3 month hiatus, Pizzagirl hit back with another new single ‘Cape Canaveral’ on the 19th of February and now has followed up with as funky new video. His previous catalogue boasts an impressive variety:  sometimes uplifting, sometimes Continue Reading

SINGLE PREMIER: YNES says “Up Yours!” to boring bubblegum pop with her riot grrrl pop banger.

With a riot grrrl look and a pop magic sound YNES is back with her best work yet- work that we are grateful to exclusively premier ahead of it’s release. Heading back to YNES’s socials we learn that she’s been writing for many years and a lot this is still on her YouTube channel, but Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Hanya are becoming one of this years most important cult success stories so we had to chat to them ahead of their new EP.

Hanya are easily becoming the first cult success story born out of sleepy coastal town Poole, and for us we couldn’t be happier to say those words. The now four piece band have taken the ‘traditional’ route to success- from bedroom solo project- to 2 piece emotional outlet- to DIY hard graft- to tiny indie Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Hayley Williams delivers perfection stepping away from her comfort zone in her most powerful work.

“[Simmer was] not the song we wanted from Hayley, but it was the song we needed.” Journalists have music that they ‘have’ to listen to and music they ‘HAVE’ to listen to. For this writer we listened to Hayley Williams debut solo single Simmer because of Paramore’s importance in popular culture not because we’ve ever Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Abandon Ship! – Say the Word. Basingstoke fourpiece lay down a pristine first instalment on their forthcoming E.P.

A timely return from Abandon Ship! who are back to warm the winter nights with Say the Word, the opening gambit in an E.P. release which is due to gradually unfurl over the next few months. The E.P is a glittering self-production, sprinkled with some extra mastering magic by The 1975 collaborator Robin Schmidt. If Continue Reading

READ ALL ABOUT IT: Over dinner upcoming indie mega stars Larkins tell us about their EP, life on the road, laughs and being true to their fans.

Interviews come in all different shapes and sizes, from being hustled into a separate room with a specific time period to a chilled beer and a chat. Larkins took a different approach which started with an extremely open conversation, leading to some revelations that maybe they weren’t supposed to share: apparently an EP is coming! Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Temptress yet again have dropped a new single ‘Paradise’ showing how pop can be art. Still swooning from their last release we got them in for a chat.

Temptress caught our affections this summer seducing us with brazen single Naked, but now they’re back with their most pop sound yet with Paradise. As a pair of multi-instrumentalists and producing everything in their own studio Temptress aren’t for the disposable pop fans they’re for the pop lovers. Kindly Temptress let us step into their world… Hi, how Continue Reading