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New Track: The Cradles – ‘Ideal Girl’

Welsh quintet The Cradles formed in 2012 and have slowly but surely garnered recognition from the likes of BBC Radio 6 for their refreshingly unconventional sound. Partly reminiscent of The Beatles on account of their retro vocals, the band also…

Exclusive Album Stream: Horse Party ‘Horizons’

Bury St Edmunds trio, Horse Party – aka Ellie Langley, Seymour Quigley and Shannon Hope – have been gracing our ears for a while now, with fantastic offerings such as last year’s EPs Paydirt and Money Talks. Having received acclaim…

The Orielles to release new EP, ‘Jobin’

The Orielles first caught my attention with their jangly brand of surf-pop last year with their single, ‘Space Doubt’. Now, having received praise from the likes of Steve Lamacq and NME, and headlined gigs across the country, these three teens…

Introducing Interview: Eric Taylor Escudero

Brazilian born Eric Taylor Escudero has always been influenced by the folk-rock of the ’60s and ’70s, and has – after playing in several rock bands over in Sao Paulo – released three solo EPs prior to his brand new debut…

New Track: Nada Surf – ‘Believe You’re Mine’

Reaching over four million listens on Spotify alone, Nada Surf are back to showcase their evident ability and experience. Having released their first album in 1996, their sound is mature yet draws incredible attention. Consisting of Matthew Caws, Ira Elliot, Doug Gillard and…

Ones To Watch: Universal Thee

Universal Thee is a five-piece indie-rock band hailing from Edinburgh. With an album already under their belt, and they have another, All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace (a title of a poem by Richard Brautigan depicting a world…

NEW TRACK: Dark Science – ‘White Drugs’

Do you feel chewed up? Restless? In need of a pick-me-up? Well, Dark Science have the answer: ‘White Drugs’ – but don’t worry, their variation of the substance is completely legal and 100% free. They’ve recorded the aural equivalent of…

NEW TRACK: Affairs – ‘Play’

After a hugely successful 2015 seeing the release of singles ‘Brothers’ and ‘Blood Science’ gain them support everywhere from XFM to Radio 2 and everything in between, Affairs are launching into 2016 with ‘Play’. With the signature melancholic vocals asking…

Video Premiere: Suzerain – ‘I Know You So Well’

Following their cover of David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’ in December 2015, Suzerain have now released the first single to come from their upcoming second album, Identity.  ‘I Know You So Well’ is an intense, cinematic offering warning us to be careful…