Reverend and the Makers sixth studio album ‘Death of a King’ is a highly ambitious record that draws on a huge amount of different influences to create record that never stands still.
Kerosene Star’s ‘The Lost EP’ is a highly interesting piece of work with an indie sound infused with other genres. Continue reading “Kerosene Stars: ‘The Lost EP’ review – dark and delightful”
Glasgow’s Catholic Action’s single ‘Propaganda’ is the first off their upcoming debut album ‘In Memory Of’ and is a little upbeat indie gem.
New York City’s Charly Bliss announce long awaited first UK dates following huge interest in their critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Guppy’. Continue reading “NYC’s Charly Bliss to release debut album ‘Guppy’ in September alongside UK dates”
‘The Death Of A King’ is Reverend & The Makers’ follow-up to top 20 album ‘Mirrors’. Continue reading ““I’m kind of off trying to recreate Heavyweight Champion of the World” – Reverend & The Makers’ Jon McClure discusses new album”
Duncan Lloyd is probably best known as the guitarist and musical driving force behind Mercury Music Prize nominated band, Maximo Park. Continue reading “Maximo Park’s Duncan Lloyd shares new single ‘Heads of The Bastille’ and announces solo album ‘I O U O M E’”
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”
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”
Leeds’ much loved post-punk quartet Post War Glamour Girls have announced details of their third album ‘Swan Songs’ which will be released on Hide & Seek Records on April 21. Continue reading “Post War Glamour Girls to release new album ‘Swan Songs’”