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March 2017

Black Lips announce new album ‘Satan’s graffiti or God’s art?’… with Yoko Ono as guest vocalist

Atlanta flower punk pioneers Black Lips have announced that their first album in three years, ‘Satan’s graffiti or God’s art?’, is set for release May 5. Continue reading “Black Lips announce new album ‘Satan’s graffiti or God’s art?’… with Yoko Ono as guest vocalist”

Courtesans: Addictive doom-rockers release new song ‘Knowhere’ ahead of Bloodstock

British doom pop group Courtesans have been announced for Bloodstock Festival ahead of their EP release and new song ‘Knowhere’. Continue reading “Courtesans: Addictive doom-rockers release new song ‘Knowhere’ ahead of Bloodstock”

Be Like Pablo: ‘There She Is’ (single) review

When we first heard Be Like Pablo’s latest single ‘There She Is’ it felt like we had been thrown back in time to when we first heard Weezer and fell in love. Continue reading “Be Like Pablo: ‘There She Is’ (single) review”

No Vacation’s new single ‘Mind Fields’ is dreamy indie for all

Indie fans of all kinds will be able to appreciate the No Vacation’s new single ‘Mine Fields’. Continue reading “No Vacation’s new single ‘Mind Fields’ is dreamy indie for all”

Emelie Hollow releases tranquil single ‘Like I Love You’

Hailing from Norway, Emelie Hollow, is already displaying a sharp musicality and songwriting talent that transcends her 18 years. Continue reading “Emelie Hollow releases tranquil single ‘Like I Love You’”

Track of the week #11 – Soulwax: Do You Want To Get Into Trouble

Soulwax are back! And we could not resist making their new single ‘Do You Want To Get Into Trouble’ our track of the week. Continue reading “Track of the week #11 – Soulwax: Do You Want To Get Into Trouble”

Veins: ‘Ambi’ (single) review

New UK alternative rock three-piece Veins have released their debut single Ambi. Continue reading “Veins: ‘Ambi’ (single) review”

Shanty: Meet the band behind a reggae revolution

Reggae has struggled to reinvent itself in the modern era, with the best of it being more nostalgic – that is until now with London-based collective Shanty putting a remarkably fresh face on things. Continue reading “Shanty: Meet the band behind a reggae revolution”

Young Kings: Refreshing honest and emotional alt-rock

After a disruptive year of member changes, 2015 was a turning point for alt-rockers Young Kings – and 2017 might just be a big year for the Bedfordshire-based band.
Continue reading “Young Kings: Refreshing honest and emotional alt-rock”

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