Tags : single

Single Review: Same Mistakes // Seramic

Seramic, also known under real name Marcus Foster, has gained a reputation as one of the most sought after musicians, mixing synth electronic beats with luxurious soul and pop sounds. Following on from releases ‘Greg’s Love’ and ‘I Got You’, which earned Seramic glowing reviews and recommendations from well-known publications including The Sunday Times and Mixmag, […]Read More

Single Review: Luna // Veludo Planes

Southsea quartet Veludo Planes have been bubbling under the indie radar for the past year after relentlessly playing gigs in 2016. Support slots with the likes of Spring King, and the release of their latest single Luna, sees the hype surrounding Veludo Planes reach boiling point. Kicking off with a rattling melody, Luna clings closely […]Read More

Introducing: BROODERS

Name: BROODERS Hometown: Derby, Nottingham & London. Now based in Leeds. Listen to: Haze There’s very few up-and-coming bands I’m genuinely excited about, and psychedelic grunge trio BROODERS fall into this category seamlessly. Having previously released an EP under a different name, BROODERS adopt their newfound moniker and launch it into the world’s grips with debut single Haze – the […]Read More

Single Review: The Hubbards // Cold Cut

Hull band The Hubbards have become one of the biggest bands in the area over the last couple of years and have an impressive EP already out, which has got them airplay on Radio 1 and BBC 6 music. Latest single ‘Cold Cut’ finely tunes their underrated abilities into their best song yet. The layers of […]Read More

Track Review: Gardenia // Iggy Pop

Post Pop Depression will be the first release of new music from Iggy Pop since he reunited with The Stooges for 2013’s ‘Ready To Die’. This album comes as a collaboration with Queen of the Stone Age frontman, Josh Holme and will be released on the 18th March 2016. ‘Gardenia’, sees the first helping of this […]Read More

Single Review: To My Surprise // James

The return of Manchester legends James came last month with the announcement of a new album ‘Girl At The End Of The World’, to be released 18th March 2016 and a UK tour throughout May 2016. Following the release of  2014’s ‘La Petite Mort’ came ‘To My Surprise’. With the repetitive back beat keeping time […]Read More

Track Review: Royal Jelly // Deap Vally

California’s hard-hitting fuzz-rock duo Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards, aka Deap Vally, are back on the wagon. Their return comes piping-hot, detailed by scorching new single ‘Royal Jelly’ – which is all set to head-up 2016’s follow-up to debut full-length Sistrionix . Deap Vally are as their Twitter bio rightfully states, ‘Bad. Ass.’ That description has never been more true to their […]Read More

Track Review: Junk Food // Findlay

Findlay doesn’t hold back on shit she doesn’t agree with, so it should come as no surprise that her latest installment of grit-pop ‘Junkfood’ voices gripes on a few things. In fact the only gripe it doesn’t seem to have is with having a good time (see the fantastic video below) there’s food all over the place, an […]Read More

Track Review: Give Me Love // Izzy Bizu

Singer-songwriter Izzy Bizu has had quite the musical journey thus far, enjoying an organic rise ever since being found at an open mic night. Brought up on jazz greats, she’s now following in their footsteps swooning thousands at headline shows. Bizu has come in for high praise ever since her Coolbeanz EP dropped in 2013, latest release ‘Give Me Love’ […]Read More

Track Review: Young Lovers // Whitecliff

September 2014 was a big month for newcomers Whitecliff; supporting none other than The Libertines at their Ally Pally show shortly before dropping their debut single in early October. Now, nearly a year later, Liverpool’s indie pop/rock quintet has returned with a banging and ridiculously catchy new single, ‘Young Lovers’ to be taken off their […]Read More

Track Review: Who Knows Best // Dexter Henry Millest

Since the release of his debut EP ‘Boneworks’ in September last year, 18-year-old indie rocker Dexter Henry Millest has been actively performing around the UK, offering up latest track ‘Who Knows Best’ to fans. Initially featuring on a BBC Introducing session, his new single ‘Who Knows Best’ has a fresh acoustic-funk impression only enhanced by the Herefordshire natives’ […]Read More

Track Review: On The Regular // Shamir

Vegas’ sassiest output Shamir is bold, bright and definitely knows how to work a crowd with his electro filled dance numbers. Bursting onto the scene with his debut album Ratchet, his music is a refreshing take on the pounding rhythms of house music to sit alongside his lighthearted R&B style vocals. ‘On The Regular’ is the one of […]Read More

Single Review: Pain Of Dancers // Daisy Victoria

I’ve recently been stressing the importance of supporting your local radio stations, one of which is your local BBC Introducing show. You’ll be amazed by the amount of talent you find and end up loving! The reason I point this out is because without BBC Introducing Norfolk, I wouldn’t have found the gem that is […]Read More

Single Review: I Feel Love (Every Million Miles) // The

Everyone’s favourite supergroup is back. No, not The Last Shadow Puppets *fangirls sit down in disappointment*. I’m of course talking about Alison Mosshart fronted giant, The Dead Weather. They’re back with new single ‘I Feel Love (Every Millon Miles)’, which comes with a stormy music video featuring Alison battling the elements like only she can. […]Read More