Hailing from Huston, Texas, The Suffers are a vibrant blend of Soul and Jazz who tip their hat to the bygone era of 60s glamour and swing. Their energetic tunes are jam-packed with soulful lyrics and upbeat solos that manage to create an image of smoke-filled clubs and packed-out dance halls. “The Suffers are redefining […]Read more "Introducing: The Suffers"
We The Wild have returned with yet another cracking tune. Taken from their forthcoming EP Vol. II, ‘Trampoline’ holds a distinctive sound to the bands electronic-infused melodies.Read more "We The Wild"
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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"
There really is nothing better than listening to some fuzzy, lo-fi pop music that’s simply oozing with desire for those warmer, sunny days. Drift away with Eerie Summer’s yearning EP and let their fluttery tones spin around inside your head as you dream of wasted youth. Perfect! Download the duos self-titled EP for free.Read more "Free Music: Eerie Summer"
The Red Lights are a fun-loving, three-piece indie band from Melbourne, Australia. You can stream their new EP Neighbouring Patterns below. For fans of: The Strokes, Hot Club De Paris & DARTZ.Read more "Day 10: The Red Lights"
The Guildford-based noise-pop four-piece MassMatiks have released their spanking new video for the super catchy ‘Independence (A Lack Of)’, which is taken from the bands forthcoming EP of the same name due out on the 10th September. They are another one of Britain’s best who’ll no doubt be playing a venue near you very soon. […]Read more "Day 8: MassMatiks"
Mavo are a Montreal-based trio who make fuzzy indie pop that’s oozing with catchy riffs and rumbling beats. You can purchase the bands self-titled debut EP from their Bandcamp via Fixture Records.Read more "Mavo"
Ladies and Gentlemen we’d like to introduce you to the sensational sound of Jon Mills. The folk inspired singer songwriter recently embarked on UK wide tour, so surely now is the best time to listen. Think The Tallest Man On Earth meets Lucy Rose with a splash of Dylan finesse. Wonderful stuff!Read more "Band Of The Week: Jon Mills"