Track Review: ‘Vesturbæjar Beach’ // BSÍ

New single ‘Vesturbæjar Beach’ from Icelandic duo BSÍ showcases their sunny optimism. Released to mark Sumardagurinn fyrst, the first day of summer in the old Icelandic calendar (April 22), the song is a humorous and fun party track, transcending the wind and rain. The accompanying music video features the pair dancing around the freezing streets […]Read More

Album Review: Sucker Supreme // Rosie Tucker

Rosie Tucker is part of the crop of American singer-songwriters who have revamped folk music with a fresh emo edge. After sharing stages with artists such as Phoebe Bridgers and Soccer Mommy, they are back with third album Sucker Supreme. ‘Barbara Ann’ sets the tone, talking about current vegan staples corn and soybeans. Describing the track, […]Read More

Interview: Chloe Foy

Manchester via Bristol singer-songwriter Chloe Foy has been working for a decade to perfect her songcraft. On her debut album Where Shall We Begin, set for release this summer, Foy examines feelings of loss, love and existentialism. We caught up with Chloe to chat about her forthcoming album, life in lockdown and her musical inspirations. […]Read More

Track Review: You Stupid Bitch // girl in red

Ahead of her debut album release if i could make it go quiet, girl in red dropped a new single, the emotional and energetic ‘You Stupid Bitch.’ Musically the track blends indie-pop and garage rock, through fuzzy guitars and energetic melodies. Its raw and grittier compared to the delicate sounds of her earlier releases, while […]Read More

Track Review: Shining Star // Chloe Foy

Chloe Foy’s latest single ‘Shining Star’ is a delicate and heartfelt tribute to her late father. Foy’s deeply personal lyrics “He steps out from day to day / Fortune evades him still” are interlaced with a melancholic acoustic guitar and a peppering of strings. With its tender melodies ‘Shining Star’ reveals a range within Foy’s […]Read More

Interview: The Howlers

Since forming nearly two years ago The Howlers have generated a buzz around their music, winning praise from BBC 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq, KEXP’s Cheryl Waters, and BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders. With all of the bands’ singles debuting on Radio One – an extraordinary feat for a band not yet signed – The Howlers […]Read More