GLOSSE is a German-inspired concept of writing between the lines, which is exactly what the band of the same name aspire to do with their ‘80s electronica-influenced offerings.
Mara Falls offer two recorded tracks for free on their website in true Noughties, indie band fashion.
You will feel a pang of classic femme-fatale pastiche when listening to debut single No More from The Alley, the new sobriquet of prolific Swedish producer iSHi.
Bounding out of Marvel Studios backlot with a frenzied bubblegum plotline, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
Gut Me Like An Animal is the latest offering from incredibly cool female duo IDER.
Last Sunday, I headed to Sound Control in Manchester to watch Lewis Watson perform.
Belgian electronic band GOOSE have an incredible ‘80s darkwave-era feel to their material, moody yet with a funky beat that makes you want to dance.
The only way to describe Jakil is sugary sweet, cavity inducing pop music; even their press release features pink love hearts and emojis.
On Sunday evening I went to Manchester Club Academy to watch Little Comets’ final show as part of their thirteen date UK tour.
Across his body of work, longtime Ken Loach collaborator and I, Daniel Blake writer, Paul Laverty has taken time to explore marginalised and often maligned people, prying apart the headlines of the right wing press and fighting back by creating people-centric counter narratives.
On Saturday, Club Drive took to the stage at Sound Control in Manchester, for their second night of a three date tour (London, Manchester and Birmingham) around the UK.
Swedish indie rock duo Pale Honey have returned with a fresh new single Why Do I Always Feel This Way? which was released on February 10th on Bolero Recordings.
CHILDCARE are an enigmatic indie quartet based in London that have burst onto the music scene with as much energy as a toddler in a soft play centre.
It has been three years since In the Silence came out, the debut full-length release for Icelandic artist Ásgeir, and there has been a shift in the shape of music since then, something that is reflected in the evolution of his own sounds, as well as those of his peers.
Seattle’s indie-rock band Minus the Bear are making a comeback to the music industry after five years of absence, with a new album called VOIDS due out on March 3rd.
Scottish three piece Be Charlotte add a kick to 2017 with their energetic new track One Drop, released on the 20th of January via AWAL.
So we are almost a full month into 2017, and I’m cautiously optimistic about the upcoming year, mainly because of Liam Bailey.
Want some summer vibes to warm up your post-Christmas winter? Well, good, because Swedish pop duo Newtimers have knocked it out of the park with this one.