Category: Previews

Premiere: Port Cities – ‘Where Have You Been?’

Blending the sounds of Nashville with their Nova Scotian roots, trio Port Cities have previously received acclaim from Canadian music site Exclaim! and are now ready to charm the ears of UK listeners with their latest single. ‘Where Have You…

Premiere: Adam & Elvis – ‘Wasting Away’

Formed by brothers Patrick and Tom Malone, Reading band Adam & Elvis have previously shared a stage with the likes of Fat White Family and The Zombies, and are now set to release an adventurous new album this autumn. Taken from…

Premiere: FAERS – ‘Last Of Our Kind’

Having garnered support from the likes of Clash, BBC Introducing and Radio X, and sold out esteemed venues such as The Barfly and The Borderline, London five piece FAERS are back with a brand new single. Reflecting on the state…

Video Premiere: Affairs – ‘Gracious World’

Having received acclaim from the likes of John Kennedy on Radio X, Steve Lamacq on 6Music and Clash Magazine, Manchester five-piece Affairs are back with a brand new single. Filled with rich musical layers and oozing shades of the ’80s…

Premiere: Beach Riot – ‘Slackers’

Taking influence from the likes of Queens Of The Stone Age, Sleater Kinney and Pavement, London/Brighton-based band Beach Riot came together through their mutual love of Demob Happy, and are now set to share a brand new single. A wonderfully scuzzy…

Premiere: Anna Tosh – ‘Weightless’

Having played in a variety of different bands, London artist Anna Tosh has now decided to make the move to go solo. Explaining her decision, Tosh explains: “My intention for my solo project was simply to write some songs for…

Video Premiere: All Flags Are Grey – ‘Bare Bones’

London-based duo Andrea Chamberlain and Leon Brown – aka All Flags Are Grey – create innovative performance art, using visuals to enhance the message they aim to create through their music. addressing issues such as the sexualisation and objectification of women in their…

Video Premiere: Strange Cages – ‘The Cracks’

Having previously supported the likes of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Night Beats, and received acclaim from Clash and NME, Brighton’s Strange Cages are fast making their mark as ones to watch. Now, following the release of their…