Tags : new single

The Internet’s Syd Releases First Solo Track In Four Years,

The Internet’s Syd has released her first solo track in almost four years with the launch of ‘Missing Out’.  Syd’s EP Always Never Home was up until recently her latest solo work, following her debut solo album Fin, both released in 2017. Syd has still been making noise in the meantime, collaborating with major artists […]Read More

Track Review: Lullaby // Sabiyha

South London songstress Sabiyha celebrates her Guyanese heritage on her stunning new track, ‘Lullaby’. The single—released on 28 January—is an ode to her grandmother, ‘Nanny’, and the chants she’d sing the rising artist and her 12 cousins. It opens with Nanny’s distinct voice, singing what used to settle the children in their infancy, layered over […]Read More

Interview: BERRIES

Talking to the girls from BERRIES, we realised early on that we are all pretty new to this. The three piece, riff-driven garage rock group made up of Holly, Lauren and Lucie have only been signed to London-based label Xtra Mile Recordings in November, but can already feel things changing for them. “It’s all happening […]Read More

Track Review: Before // Graywave

“It came slowly / from below me” is the introductory line of Graywave‘s latest single, ‘Before.’ It follows the debut single ‘Afternoon’ Escapism,’ released in early 2019, by West Midlands-based Jess Webberly – better known by the alias Graywave. The track is the second single from Planetary Shift, Graywave’s upcoming debut EP. The EP is […]Read More

Track Review: Nothing Hurts Like Love for the First Time

In the midst of a pandemic, another heart-breaking ballad might not be the first thing on our playlists. However, theres something cathartic about This Wild Life’s new single ‘Nothing Hurts Like Love for the First Time‘ that listeners this year can truly appreciate. Its lyrics capture the end of a ‘first love’ and the universal notion […]Read More

Single Review: Magnolia Mansion // BARBUDO

‘Magnolia Mansion’ is the new groove infused single from the dynamic duo, BARBUDO. This track exudes everything you could want from a dreamy disco super hit and combines modern sounds to create something memorable and instantly appealing. ‘Magnolia Mansion’ was released on the 2nd of October but if you haven’t heard it, here are some reasons […]Read More

Single Review: Love Collides // Shambolics

‘It’s alright, I’ll be there by your side’ is just one of the amazing lines in Shambolics’ new single ‘Love Collides’. Flooded with sentiments of longing, the heartbreak song will guarantee to make more people fall for the Fife-based band and their music. The Scottish indie band, Shambolics, released their new single ‘Love Collides’ on […]Read More

Track Review: BUSSIT // Ari Lennox

Ari Lennox, the first female to be signed to J Cole’s record label, Dreamville, has delivered again with the much anticipated ‘BUSSIT’. Lennox gets straight to the point with her salty lyrics that hold her lover accountable: “You scared of love but fuck your fear / Ain’t no getting’ away from this if you wanted […]Read More

Track Review: Hoodwinker // Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari are well known for their socially and politically conscious lyrics, and their energetic live show which has seen them play a diverse range of festivals from Nass to Download. Since forming in 2003, they’ve been breaking the musical rulebook incorporating an incredible range of influences that has won them many fans over the […]Read More

Song of the Week: See How They Run // Whenyoung

Discovering new music is easily one of the finer things in life. Much like finding a £10 note in your pocket or realising that your eyebrows are actually so on fleek today, music is a great way to keep people happy. In a time where individuals settle for the same morning commute to do the […]Read More

Track Review: Soundcheck // Catfish and The Bottlemen

After an excruciating wait, Catfish and The Bottlemen return with the mighty ‘Soundcheck’.  The song begins with only lead vocalist Van McCann, a simple guitar part and a high hat. Almost immediately the definitive lyric “I raced through soundcheck just to meet you” enters, conjuring similar lustful images to those found in The Kooks’ ‘She […]Read More