London-based noise-pop band Crushed Beaks are celebrating the release of their highly impressive debut album, Scatter with an intimate performance at The Seabright Arms this evening. The echoey fuzz of blistering guitar riffs and crunching drums dominate the majority of this brilliant record. Add on top of that a delicate blend of charming vocals and beautifully structured hooks, and […]Read more "Crushed Beaks"
Multi-instrumentalist (and co-founder of Canadian band Faunts) Tim Batke has enlisted the help of 21 supporting musicians for his latest project, Duplekita. With a distinctive dream pop edge to the band, this six minute wonder, and album title, ‘The Sound of My Name’ is an absolute gem The full-length is due out in July.Read more "Music Monday: Duplekita"
London-based singer songwriter Billie Black has unleashed her stunning debut track entitled ‘I Waited For You’. Her dark sounds echo wonderfully across a brilliant mix of broken beats and deep bass. At times it’s eerie, but throughout it’s beautiful.Read more "Music Monday: Billie Black"
Self-described ‘slop pop’ trio, The Rich Hands are responsible for a fuzzy collection of furious tracks that require sunshine, shades and shots.Read more "Music Monday: The Rich Hands"
The Casket Girls digital-infused, echoey sound is a sort of distorted electro-noise that evokes similar feelings to the Drive soundtrack. Their songs appear simple, but each one is diverse. They’re wonderfully structured and packed full of reverb and fuzz. For fans of: College, Lantern & CrossesRead more "Music Monday: The Casket Girls"
Montreal duo Solids debut LP, ‘Blame Confusion’ is available now. Their first single is entitled Traces. Listen below… For fans of: METZ, Pissed Jeans & BuildingsRead more "Music Monday: Solids"
Radstewart’s latest track, ‘Insane Parties’ is an honest rambling of what we have all witnessed at student houses parties nationwide. Their name is also super awesome! Well done guys…Read more "Radstewart"
New month. New music. Let’s start February off with this brilliant new track, entitled ‘City Slicker’ by Chicago-based quartet Secret Colours. ©PhotoRead more "Music Monday: Secret Colours"
Stunning, echoey layers of gentle guitar licks and spacious synths, all delicately assembled around tender, reverb-drenched vocals. There’s a FREE ep up for grabs here. We suggest you download it…Read more "Mutual Benefit"