IN FOR QUESTIONING: Flowvers, the Most Promising Export Since Since Fellow Pompey Indie Lads The Kooks.

Portsmouth’s music scene cannot be said to be bursting full of talent but when it does throw up something it gives us a true gem, last time it was The Kooks and 15 years later we’re being serenaded on the sea with the equally catchy summer sing-alongs of new kids on the block Flowvers. With Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW Alfie Neale – White Gates: Released 01.03.19. Is the sky even the limit to Alfie Neale’s ambitions?’

The arrival of White Gates continues what has proven to be a very busy 2019 so far for Alfie Neale. Hot on the heels of one of this year’s first and so far finest releases, Tongue Tied, the Brighton-based songwriter-producer’s quality shows no sign of slipping, with this release a further choice cut from his Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: The Mysterines; For Now They are Just That, A Mystery But Soon They Will Be A Household Name

After The Mysterines exploded through our speakers on their recent Steve Lamacq BBC Radio 6 Music drive time session we immediately had to get in contact to speak to the power behind the feminine graveled voice. For those unfamiliar to Steve Lamacq’s sessions these do not come about easy, if Steve gives you his seal of Continue Reading

GIG REVIEW: Double Headlinder; The Cheap Thrills. And Vinyl Staircase At 60 Million Postcards 21.02.2019

When we see ‘double headliner’ on a poster our first thought is that both bands are having an ego trip reluctant to be the ‘support band’ but after watching two brilliant performances which showed very different strengths it is clear they were both worthy of the title ‘headliner’; it is also worth noting that having Continue Reading