BILK really shake off the cobwebs and fuel excitement for their debut EP with the release of their latest single ‘Daydreamer’.
Hark back to New York in 1981. Bands like Talking Heads, The Velvet Underground and Blondie were enjoying the success of being birthed out the new wave/punk scene and becoming pioneers of their own unique strain of music. Following in their footsteps were Sonic Youth who quickly turned into icons in their own right.
2019 continues to be on the up and up for one of the hottest talents in the North East as Michael Gallagher releases his latest hit ‘Out Forever’.
The Pale White have set the pulses racing once again, showcasing an unlimited amount of energy in their latest single ‘Swim For Your Life’.
Ahead of his EP release on 18th October, YUNGBLUD has dropped brand-new single “original me” featuring Imagine Dragon’s Dan Reynolds. An anthem for misfits celebrating individuality.
Hailing from Bridlington, Seafret have released their new single ‘Fall’, following several EPs and an album. The powerful single, encompasses hope and is an anthem for overcoming the odds against you and succeeding.
A magical songstress on themes of contemplation and self-reflection; Brooke Bentham’s first release of the year comes in the form of ‘All My Friends Are Drunk’ – an ode to lost youth.
Danish composer and pianist Frederik Flach explores the highs and lows of loneliness on chilling autumnal neo-classical composition, ‘Ebb’.
A rock anthem for cat lovers.
The Jacques have returned.
They might be known for being being best mates with IDLES, but Heavy Lungs are an outstanding band in their own right.
Wandsworth noise-punks King Nun have finally released their hotly anticipated debut album ‘Mass’. Noted by many as a coming of age; the album is an amalgamation of the last five years of their youthful lives.
‘Without Fear’ is, quite simply, a masterpiece. Dermot Kennedy is more than just a musician - his lyrics are pure poetry and he pours so much heart into his music you can feel it running through you with every note.
How fitting for FEET’s debut album to end with the line: “I’m just taking the piss.” The eclectic five-piece from Coventry can be misconstrued as doing this in their songs, a lot of the time. On more attentive ears, the things that FEET ramble on about strike as sheer genius
With the aptly named title A Pill for Loneliness, Green looks inward at the conflict from living an erratic life separated from his loved ones; and outward, observing the cruelty our planet is suffering at the hands of our kin.
Singer-songwriter Jonathon Robins shares a charming declaration of adoration on intimate new single, ‘Butterfly’.
Funky psychedelic garage rock where the grooves truly are divine.
We don’t know many songs inspired by the Fallout video game series, but if this becomes a trend, we’ll be over the moon.
Will Joseph Cook may not want to be ‘The Dragon’ in his new single, but he’s breathing fire regardless.