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 |Band of the WEek|

Far Caspian


This week’s Band Of The Week is Leeds dreamers Far Caspian have just dropped their new EP ‘The Heights’ via Dance To The Radio. They took a moment to go into more depth about the eighties vibes in their music and their favorite Fleetwood Mac tracks.





In celebration of the release of her striking ethereal indie single, ‘Wilt’, UV (Marina Elderton) takes us on a journey through her musical and personal inspirations.  


|X Ambassadors|

X Ambassadors is formed of three extremely talented individuals; lead vocalist Sam Harris, keyboardist Casey Harris, and drummer Adam Levin. We had a chat with them before their headline show at London’s Scala, about their new album ‘Orion’, which is out now.

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Hatchie - ‘Keepsake’

Surface level sweet but with consciously textured tales of self-doubt and regret, this record is as dream-pop badass as wearing DMs in a field of candy floss clouds.

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Marsicans have had quite an interesting few months this year, going from supporting Foals in Hamberg to playing at Elland Road alongside The Vaccines and Kaiser Chiefs. After an energetic set at Bushstock Festival last weekend, the band have just dropped their new single ‘Little Things’, which is filled with all that usual Marsicans mumbo jumbo that we all love. Check out our photographer Chloe Hashemi’s photos from their rather warm Bushstock Festival set.



Check out our top tracks this week on Spotify, featuring Finneas, BABii, LIFE, Mysie, Monegem, Conversing With Oceans, concrete concrete, Lewis Capaldi, Montaigne, Miles Kane, Anna Of The North, and BANKS.


 |Heavy Rapids|

Glasgow indie-punks Heavy Rapids are here, and you better get used to it.

If you like Shame, then check Heavy Rapids out. And there is no better to do so as they release their debut EP Cash in Hand.




|Manual Exposure|

Our Manual Exposure series takes us to Camden’ Underworld to hang out with Canadian-American rapper grandson, who played a sold out show at the London venue before his Slam Dunk Festival appearances this weekend.