Have a listen to the lofi garage punk sound of ‘Bodies’ by the Cornwall-based outfit The Black Tambourines. Clocking in at just over three-minutes in length, the track is packed full of fuzzy goodness, and if this is an insight to what we can expect from their debut, then we are very excited indeed.Read more "Day 3: The Black Tambourines"
We took a trip down to Beacons at the weekend to see what the Yorkshire-based boutique music festival had to offer. It didn’t disappoint… Highs Danny Brown • Lulu James • Drenge • Its small, but mighty • Hookworms • Ghostpoet • Great value for money • Drenge • East India Youth • Make your […]Read more "Beacons"
After a blistering performance at this years 2000 Trees festival, it’s only fair that these boys are our Band Of The Week. Make sure that if there’s one thing you do this year, it’s see this band! Photo credit: Piano SlugRead more "Band Of The Week: Gnarwolves"
Those talented chaps from Noyo Mathis have just released a brand new song entitled ‘Double Smoke’ and it’s an absolute belter. Give it a listen now…Read more "Noyo Mathis"
How was Glastonbury? Pretty good yeah? Nothing like watching it on the telly from the comfort of your favourite armchair… Whether you went or not, shake off those festival blues with some cracking Indie-pop from Radiator Hospital. Their new album Something Wild is available for PWYW over at the groups Bandcamp page. It must be Monday!Read more "Music Monday"
Two-piece bands are this years ‘Hot Topic’. It’s perhaps largely thanks to Japandroids killer 2012 album Celebration Rock, but that’s by no means a bad thing. Have a listen to the to the dreamy Shoegaze-rock soundings of Stagnant Pools and try telling us they don’t sound awesome. You can’t can you..?Read more "Stagnant Pools"
The Very Best meets Vampire Weekend. That’s right! Have a listen to the brilliant sound of John Wizard and become lost in the medley of beats, bass and voice. Simply wonderful!Read more "John Wizards"
Southampton has never sounded so good. With a string of awe-inspiring UK and European live performances under his belt, Matt Reynolds, aka Big Fin, releases his highly anticipated debut EP Tether. His powerful blend of sharp guitar playing and layers of beautiful harmonies simply sound incredible. With songwriting that is both brutally honest, and delightfully […]Read more "Band Of The Week: Big Fin"
This new track entitled ‘True’ from Drums of Death is an absolute belter. In fact it’s the perfect introduction to your Friday night.Read more "Drums Of Death"