Tag: ones to watch

Ones To Watch: Service Bells

Dealing in booming rock monoliths and sprawling indie epics, Aussie lads Service Bells don’t just sound big and loud, they sound friggin’ colossal. The obvious comparison is with Queens of the Stone Age, but whereas Josh Homme’s boys chugged away…

Ones to watch: ZOHARA

Having been confirmed for Q Magazine’s tracks of the week and commissioned a buzz piece for NME, if you haven’t already come across ZOHARA, there’s no doubt you will soon. From Tel Aviv and London, ZOHARA is a solo female…

ONES TO WATCH: Demob Happy

People usually flail connotations to the seaside around in a field of lexical peace and numb euphoria; however, Brighton’s latest musical offering couldn’t be further away from the feelings of fun in the sun. Demob Happy combine a dark atmosphere with more…

Ones To Watch: Candy Darling

Hailing from Bristol, three piece Candy Darling are bursting onto the scene with their intoxicating, menacing dark pop. United by a love of proto-punk trash, rock ‘n’ roll and noir romanticism – and a desire to only use instruments that…

ALBUM: Say Lou Lou ‘Lucid Dreaming’

Rating: Over the last few years, Scandinavian duo Say Lou Lou have been steadily crafting a reputation for making classy, considered pop music. With a string of seductive singles and collaborations with the likes of Chet Faker, the band have teased their…

ALBUM: Moon King ‘Secret Life’

Rating: Dream-Pop duo Moon King have followed up their shimmering EPs with the long awaited full length album, Secret Life. The recording project of Tornoto Natives Daniel Woodhead (brother of Doldrums’ Airick) and Maddie Wilde have managed to accomplish a…

Ones To Watch: Foreign Affairs

Often folk bands run the risk of sounding a little simple, but Bristol three-piece Foreign Affairs escape this pitfall through using just about as many words-a-line as they can get away with in their latest release ‘Sell My Soul (I…

Ones to watch: MOHIT

Until now, it’s unlikely that Bognor Regis would mean anything more to you than Butlins, or shoddy attempts at UK seaside holidays – and no one would blame you. It is now, however, that we have Bognor to thank for…

One To Watch: Ela Orleans

Claiming the title of the first artist signing to Howie B’s label, HB Recordings, Polish-born (but Glasgow based) Ela Orleans embodies all sorts of exciting talent and perfectly executed experimentation. Whilst you may be yet to hear about her, Orleans’…

Ones To Watch: The Paper Shades

It’s not unusual to come across bands matching acoustic guitars with layers of harmonies, singing about lost loves and heartbreak. But what makes Cornwall’s indie-folk duo different is that of the pairing of Sarah Dollar and Jon Rixon who, by…