Tag: new music

Tracks Of The Week, 21.07.17

A collaboration between singer-songwriter Gina Leonard and guitarist and producer Tom Fryer, The Desert have announced their debut single ‘Just Get High’. Leading the way for their forthcoming EP Playing Dead, ‘Just Get High’ blends Gina’s honest, poetic vocals with…

LISTEN: Mower – ‘Under The Iron Thumb’

With the cataclysmic echo of their early days behind them, Mower have returned to our ears after a twelve year hiatus. Their story stems from a loud, beating sound of the early noughties, having been spotted, snapped and signed to…

Introducing Interview: Two Penny Blue

London-based trio Two Penny Blue have previously charmed our ears with the immensely catchy ‘Gypsy’ and are now back with another twinkling offering, ‘Lament’. Keen to gig as much as possible and continuing to spread their joyous, folk-tinged sound, Two…

ALBUM: The Sherlocks – ‘Live For The Moment’

Let me start with a warning: once you’ve listened to this record, you won’t be able to stop. Sheffield’s The Sherlocks have that effect on you. They’ve been taking the underground indie scene by storm these past few years, getting…

LISTEN: The Surfing Magazines – ‘New Day’

Blues-tinged garage rock quartet The Surfing Magazines’ latest offering is a slick yet nonchalant whirlwind. ‘New Day’ is tinged with influences, from Bob Dylan’s poetics to Lou Reed’s artistic noise. Of the track, the band state “New Day is a…

Introducing Interview: Model Aeroplanes

Having received airplay from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac and 6Music’s Tom Robinson, and with festival appearances at T In The Park, Liverpool Sound City and The Great Escape already under their belts, Dundee band Model Aeroplanes…

ALBUM: The Magnettes – ‘Ugly Youth’

Growing up above in a small Swedish town above the Arctic Circle, the sun never rising in winter, and speaking a minority language there is plenty about glitter-punk trio The Magnettes which says outsider. Yet the three piece – Rebecka…

Tracks Of The Week, 14.07.17

This week, Mari and Mel have teamed up to offer you a whopping six of our favourite tracks from the last couple of weeks… Enjoy!  A perfectly empowering and witty remake of a pop anthem, Colour Me Wednesday’s ‘Queer For…

EP: Generation – ‘Who Loves This Generation?’

The current punk renaissance has brought to the fore The Touts from Derry, Proletariat from Manchester and now Liverpool is trying its luck with Generation. Liverpool is not somewhere particularly famed for its punk heritage, but nevertheless Generation are blazing…