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EP: Timothy Dark – ‘Dark Day Afternoon’

Fresh from releasing 2017’s politico-manifesto The Last Days of Dark the mercurial Timothy Dark now releases his four-track EP Dark Day Afternoon. It’s the 1980s. As Morris Day dreams of The Time, Lovebug Starski espies the Young MC in the house…

TRACK: Three From Above – ‘Hail Ceasar’

Formed in 2016, Three From Above, a Liverpool modern garage rock trio comprise of Tom Collins (bass/vocals), Harris McWilliam (guitar/vocals) and Lewis McWilliam (drums /vocals). Their latest single, ‘Hail Caesar’, due out on April 13 on Spotify, channels influences from…

Tracks Of The Week, 25.03.18

Ahead of the release of their debut album, London based four-piece Ice Baths are sharing their new single ‘New Strappings Pt 1.’ There’s an abstract darkness to the track, one that sets a precedent for the album, with the band…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.03.18

Sharing the first taste of his forthcoming debut album, Daniel Blumberg (Yuck, Oupa and Hebronix) has released title track ‘Minus.’ Combining raw, emotional song-writing with an improvisational, free-music ethos, ‘Minus’ is taken from an album which was recorded live in…

Tracks Of The Week, 10.02.18

Their first offering of the year, indie upstarts Llovers recently released ‘Just Lust,’ a tender, minimalist look at societal issues and how the band feel disconnected with certain stereotypes. Speaking of the track, vocalist Jack Brooks said: “‘Just Lust’ is the…

TRACK: Lissie – ‘Best Days’

Hailing from Rock Island in the US, modern country singer Lissie is back with her new album Castles, and this time she’s incorporated a lot more than just a guitar and her hard-hitting vocals on her songs. Her album is…

LISTEN: Fling share new track ‘Bad Day’

FLING are connoisseurs of catchy pop, scruffy-chic and beaten up guitars. Armed with a chaotic live show, kaleidoscopic imagination and a strong Bradford tongue, FLING are a band that you’ll either love or hate. Either way, they’ve been having too…

LIVE REVIEW: THIS FEELING BIG IN 2018 AT NAMBUCCA

This feeling recently hosted a, big in 2018 event at Nambucca, one of North London’s best gig-night pub scenes going. The line-up consisted of a collaboration of some of your favourite indie darlings, the set list as follows: Lucie Barat:…

Tracks Of The Week, 10.11.17

Having supported The Libertines in Warrington, and now heading out on tour with label mates Purest, Bright Young People are preparing us for their life shows with the rip-roaring ‘So Confess.’ Brimming with energy, mixing Cobain-esque grunge with the swagger…