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LISTEN: The fin. – ‘Pale Blue’

The latest offering from Japanese trio The fin. is a tumbling meander through euphoric sun-bleached psychedelia. ‘Pale Blue’ is a velvety coalescence of reverb-heavy guitars and syrupy vocals from frontman Yuto Uchino, resulting in a musical trip worthy of the…

LISTEN: Soccer Mommy – ‘Out Worn’

Nashville-born NYU student Soccer Mommy (aka Sophie Allison) releases debut mini-album Collection this summer, after releasing songs on Bandcamp for the past few years. Her tender, harrowing exploration of adulthood and relationships is something indie music has been waiting for. New…

LISTEN: Madonnatron – ‘Headless Children’

Following their incredible set for us at The Finsbury last month, and fully equipped with new edition Joan, London-based band Madonnatron are planning to release their debut album very soon. Taken from the album is new single ‘Headless Children’. Oozing the…

LISTEN: The Gravity Drive – ‘Wake Of The Dawn’

The Gravity Drive, led by husband and wife Elijah and Ava Wolf, release their new single ‘Wake of the Dawn’ next month. A brilliant follow up to ‘Kaleidoscope’, it will be featured on their upcoming album The Wildlight, due for release…

LISTEN: The Phantoms – ‘Shadows’

If you like the aggressiveness of Kasabian and the sparse guitar lines of The Vaccines, then you’ll love this new track by Scottish indie band The Phantoms. The tone of Colin Simpson’s vocals in ‘Shadows’ is addictive – almost like…

WATCH: SHEEPY – ’15 Songs (In An Hour)’

Following in the footsteps of artists such as Spring King and The Hives, Liverpudlian trio SHEEPY release their new single ‘15 Songs (In An Hour)’, which is what I presume to be a representation of the stress of being a…

LISTEN: Girl Ray – ‘Stupid Things’

Poppy Hankin, Iris McConnell, Sophie Moss and Emily Craste, aka Girl Ray, first formed whilst studying for their A Levels, and have received acclaim from the likes of The Line Of Best Fit and BBC 6Music for their last fantastic…

WATCH: Guttfull – ‘Arsehole’

Who doesn’t love the insult ‘arsehole’? It’s hilarious. It’s a non-gender specific slight that exudes brilliant British humour and disapproval. It’s a word, I would argue, frequently used to describe politicians on a day-to-day basis. Now, we can add Donald…

LISTEN: Laura Marling – ‘Wild Fire’

As Laura Marling’s sonic self continues to evolve, she remains true to her greatest strengths. Newest track ‘Wild Fire’ (taken from the upcoming Semper Femina), builds upon what has always made Marling stand out. Her slightly off-kilter intonation highlights her…