Tag: ones to watch

Ones To Watch: Fish Tank

Hailing from Kent, Fish Tank have been developing a loyal and energetic following since their birth in 2011, and their relentless dedication and made of stone attitude has seen the band rewarded with slots at Reading and Leeds, amongst other…

Ones To Watch: Sun Club

Sun Club are, as the name would suggest, gleefully sunny: with their carefree vocals and twinkly earworm hooks, Sun Club are summer put into songs – with an added dash of madness. Their debut LP Dongo Durango proves this madness,…

ALBUM: Pure Bathing Culture ‘Pray For Rain’

Rating: Pray For Rain is the second album from exquisite electronic quartet Pure Bathing Culture. The 10 track record sees the band strip back their existing pure, delightful sound even further; with no compromise on quality or quantity. With the aid of…

Ones To Watch: Mayflower

It’s no secret that Manchester is a hotbed for musical talent. So, it’s no surprise that it’s blessed us with yet another exciting new band. Mayflower have only been together for twelve months, yet they have a deeply mature sound, and present…

Ones To Watch: Jackals Rose

Hailing from Essex, Jackals Rose are bursting into the forefront of new music with their exciting brand of fuzz rock. It’s a tricky thing to pull off – a decent fuzz sound, that is – and it seems bands often…

Ones To Watch: Then Thickens

Powerfully poignant, Chorley rockers Then Thickens are set to follow up their highly acclaimed debut album Death Cap At Anglezarke at the end of this month, with a “crude and real” new release. Full of atmospheric orchestration, climactic melodies and…

Ones To Watch: ELLEKAYE

Picture all the angst you can imagine, gathered together in the form of emotionally driven, punchy tunes; what you’re imagining is ELLEKAYE. A quartet from Brighton and London, a result of university friendships, ELLEKAYE are the band you didn’t know…

Ones To Watch: Lust for Youth

Lust for Youth are Hannes Norrvide, Malthe Fischer and Loke Rajbek: a trio from Copenhagen proving for the umpteenth time this year exactly where in the world we should be searching for new music. Constantly exploring and expanding their sound,…

Ones To Watch: Strange & Primitive

Now approaching its end, 2015 has seen the electronic beats and pulsing rhythms of a wickedly nostalgic ‘80s movement gathering serious momentum. We’ve already heard sickly-sweet anthems from the likes of Swim Deep, whilst Canadian duo Strange & Primitive is…

Ones To Watch: Pure Bathing Culture

‘Palest Pearl’ is the latest track from Portland-based band Pure Bathing Culture. It’s the second single from their new album Pray For Rain. The track’s title is an allusion to a poem by Hilda Doolittle (H.D) – a significant feminist and…