Imbolg have self-produced an album of goth-rock tracks that revive the doomy wonderland of the NYC metal scene. We love […]
Manchester Orchestra’s “Lose you again” is a new single and I’m excited. Unexpected but all the more welcomed because we’ve been waiting for something new from the folks for a long time. Let’s dig in!
Bursting forth with the high energy of ‘Say It To My Face’, the hugely anticipated pop-punk debut from Meet Me […]
Translating to ‘I’ll Start on Monday’, ‘O să încep de luni’ is a jumping indie-rock track from The Mono Jacks […]
Bleach Lab return with a wonderful sombre dream-pop track with a neat narrative twist in the chorus. The song pictures […]
Therapy? slap us awake with ‘Joy’, inspired by a line from Samuel ‘wreck it like’ Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. So, […]
There’s so much to love about Candi Carpenter’s new single, from those very first warm notes right through to the […]
Long-time readers will have heard of Bushbaby. We frequently encountered them playing live up and down the country alongside greats […]
I absolutely love Chvrches. They have been on my radar since ‘Gun’ and they have quickly gained a respect amongst […]
Treading Water is the first release from The Dead Love in a year. It’s a collection of two songs, ‘Pulling […]
Can you save me from myself? So it starts as Old Neon conjure the feels in their latest single, ‘Save […]
Dropping just in time for her UK and European tour, ‘Boom’ is a frantic and explosive track from Cassyette that […]
Lahey is releasing their third album, The Answer Is Always Yes, in May 2023, and out of the ten songs, we can already listen to three. Spoilers alert, all three are worth your time!
I’m back with a new (gar)batch of music but this time, I’ve decided to leave the team out because they’ve been mostly either pulling sickies or going on holidays.
It’s not often you hit play on a song and immediately imagine it being performed alongside the legendary Jools Holland […]
Royal & the Serpent lands at the heavier end of edgy pop-punk, close to the crossover with metalcore. The sweet […]
Aided and abetted by Ethan Ross, the heavy-hitting ‘Do Or Die’ with scratching, synth, MC-ing, and viscerally emotional vocals is […]
Taken from forthcoming long-player, The Price of Progress, ‘Sideways Skull’ is a great fuzzy slice of Minnesota’s alt-rock legends, The […]
This is an instant classic from Stand Atlantic. ‘kill[h]er’ chugs, splashes, and rocks its way straight onto my playlist with […]
Matt Pless delivers a folk-country song with warm-hearted cheeky humour in ‘Thirst Trap (Smash Your Like Button)’. It all starts […]
Released two weeks apart, Martyn J Collins has given us two distinctive songs. Let’s start with the most recent of […]
Rachel Chinouriri has an amazing voice, and ‘Maybe I’m Lonely’ is a great demonstration. This song vibrates with shimmering emotion, […]
Every time Magnolia Park surfaces on our playlist, we talk about how great they are. Baku’s Revenge is their second […]
Twenty-five years after his debut album, James Tristan Redding has lived through panic attacks, Lyme disease, Covid, salmonella, a breakup, […]