Watch the video for the newest release by Sacramento musician Mediocre Café and a group of his forever friends
On Intérimes, Adeline is already thriving in creating her own mould of music while recognising her roots and demanding listeners do so as well.
Toeing the line between love and obsession, Danny Violet’s debut Animate Me is a song to send to your digital crush
Call off the search – newest band on the block, RAE, offer you their debut single crammed with angsty rebellious vibes… the perfect potion for pandemonium.
Merging 70s disco, New Wave and a full aesthetic, get to know Aussie new boys, Barley Passable
We cannot use black culture to stimulate our own and then neglect black hardship.
One of our most highly anticipated albums of 2020, Manchester’s The Blinders are edging closer and closer to the release of their second record; Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath. After a rapturous debut release packed full of Orwellian […]
Let me start by saying I like The 1975. I’ll hold my hands up and maybe even call myself a fan. I think their music is interesting, always balancing bangers and more considered album tracks nicely with the bravery to […]
It’s all too easy for fans to shake their fists and shun production heavy tracks, demanding ‘proper music’, with guitars and drums and that. But that’s really boring; I’d like to see a full four-piece band attempt to do what […]
Back with another release from the mellowest of discographies, Zander Hawley’s newest EP, I Invented Time Travel, is his most realised offering yet while also managing to feel acutely secretive and personal. To start off this review I want to […]