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Ones To Watch: Cassels

Hailing from West London, brothers Jim and Loz Beck work together as Cassels; with a satisfying blend of punk, grunge and rock making up their music. ‘We Wander In The Night’ has a heavy intro that immerses the listener from…

LISTEN: Hollie April – ‘Together Alone’

If you’re after a slice of ethereal alt-folk, then take a listen to Gibraltar’s Hollie April.  A Leeds College Of Music graduate, at the age of twenty two April has just released her debut EP Marionette and has been compared to…

Ones To Watch: Maybelleen

Quebec brothers, Maybelleen, were formed at the end of 2011 when Peter Camire wrote their first ever song, ‘Follow The Falcon’. The Camirés have since  recorded eight songs, and played gigs in Canada and in the UK. You could mistake…

INTERVIEW: The Bedroom Hour

The Bedroom Hour are men of the people.  They look like your mates, they chat to you like old friends, and based on lead singer Stu’s mosey into the audience at the end of a recent Manchester set, they’re happy…

One To Watch – Frankie Forman

‘Scars On Me’ – the new single from Frankie Forman is a sexy and soulful debut from this young star. Forman began her career in the bars and cafes of Montmartre in Paris, where she met her co-writer Johnny Rock. Despite having…

ALBUM REVIEW: You Had Me At Hello ‘Spirals’

Rating: Hailing from Yorkshire, but with literal universal ambitions, You Had Me At Hello could be one of those bands that inspire tattoos and youthful devotion. Space travel and the terminology thereof get a lot of references in Spirals, with more…

Tame Impala LIVE @ The Albert Hall, Manchester 12.7.14

Rating: More cynically-minded Tame Impala fans might’ve walked out of the Manchester Albert Hall last night wondering what the point of all that was. More than a year and a half after second album Lonerism was released, the Australian psych-rock…

Track Review: West Of The Sun – ‘Scatterbrains’

Though blasts of melodic guitars may not be seen as the most original of intros, they are more than welcome as long as they make me dance or singalong. And West of The Sun‘s new single ‘Scatterbrains’ makes me want to do both…

Ones To Watch: Garden

Garden are one of Birmingham’s most intriguing new assets. Whilst they might be new to the game, there’s no doubt in their ability to play it. Having unveiled their debut track online last week, the outfit have found themselves shrouded in…