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New Track: Tom Low – ‘Phone’

‘Phone’ is the latest track recorded by Tom Low. Primarily starting with a distorted, old fashioned voice, the track progresses due to the introduction of a beat. Despite the synthesised beats being present, it is still simplistic, yet effective. Throughout the…

New Track: Jackals Rose – ‘D.I.D’

Following their debut single ‘All For You’, Jackals Rose have released latest track ‘D.I.D’ and it’s equally as brilliant. Think Kasabian, with an added edge, unmitigated drive and precision to their fuzz-ridden noise. Amongst the Kasabian-esque ‘Oo’s there’s a touch…

Discovery Of The Week: New Luna

“Alternative” is a pretty broad-spanning term, whether you’re talking about fashion, art or a genre of music. Genres are designed to specify categories so as to more easily discuss and understand music, but these days it’s really not that simple….

Ones To Watch: FLIIIS

FLIIIS may have only been around for just over a month, but it seems a month is all you need to get it going – other bands are obviously just slacking. Certainly proving their dedication, the start of 2016 has…

Ones To Watch: Daytona Catchups

Consisting of the thoroughly talented Mike Garbutt, Andy Pennell, Martin Boyle and Tom Klymkiw, St Albans band Daytona Catchups have recently released their powerful, passion-enthused LP Let It Go. This unsigned band integrate their scratchy vocals with complimenting raw toned…

EP: Rosie Bans ‘Process’

Rosie Bans is a diligent pianist, vocalist, and song-writer. She’s released three EPs, and her most recent release – Process – is an apt description of her approach to song-writing. On this record, Rosie’s musical outpourings are consistently up-tempo and…

Video Premiere: Connah Evans – ‘Wait For Me’

Following last year’s EP Labels, young musician Connah Evans is now back with brand new single ‘Wait For Me’. Having received acclaim from BBC Wales and supported The Hoosiers, Evan has been fast accumulating fans, and it’s easy to see why. Filled…

Discovery Of The Week: Leland Sundries

Leland Sundries aren’t the standard band you hear coming out of New York City. The NY garage rock we all know and love is enhanced in their sound, with the best elements of Americana, indie and hints of folk. Nick…