Over the past decade the indie genre has stagnated, wallowing in a bottomless pool of its own egocentrism. Each of the once-renowned heroes— The Strokes and The Killers in particular, often cited as inspirations for London-based Sea Girls— have taken a stab at rejuvenating indie’s verbose self-indulgence over the past few years, with varying levels … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Sea Girls – Open Up Your Head
DMA'S played to a sold-out Brixton Academy on Friday ahead of their new album 'The Glow' due April 24th. DMA'S Support comes from Bad Dreems & Everyone You Know, with both bands kicking off the night and getting the crowd ready for what's still to come. DMA'S erupt on stage soon after to chants of … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: DMA’S @ Brixton Academy – 06.03.2020
Still relatively new to the Midlands’ music scene, BLVFF (pronounced ‘Bluff’ for anyone unsure) have certainly started to rock up a storm, already receiving support from Amazing Radio and Fred Perry, alongside 40,000 organic Spotify streams on their debut single ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’. BLVFF On the eve of Coombe Weekender, the collective dropped … Continue reading BLVFF release new ‘radio-friendly’ single ‘Crystal Ball’.
Okay so, I’m a northern girl born and bred and growing up in Manchester I’ve been very bias in that it’s produced some of the best music, ever. However, and this isn’t the part of me that spent three years living in Southampton, I can’t deny that the South Coast is currently producing some of … Continue reading New Release – ‘Headstrong’ – The Manatees
How better to celebrate the return of Britain’s sunny weather than a re-emergence of the 60’s favourite music genre; surf pop? Portsmouth’s favourite foursome, Dutch Criminal Record, have already made a name for themselves after their 2016 single ‘On The Fence’ was featured on Spotify’s ‘Fresh Finds’ playlist, they’ve since amassed 1.5 million streams on … Continue reading Dutch Criminal Record – ‘Fade Away’ – The new single.
Partners-in-pop DECO have a pretty exciting summer ahead of them. Following a steady string of single releases and sold out headline shows at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms and London’s Borderline they’ve bagged themselves some festival slots, playing Isle of Wight Festival, Truck Festival, Y-Not Festival, and you’ll even be able to catch them supporting Jess Glynne … Continue reading ‘Rain’ – DECO’s newest feel-good tune.
Anteros put on a show quite like none other and you can see the photos from it here.
One of the most exciting and ambitious bands in the current scene return with a new video to accompany their latest single.
Flowers had quite the year in 2018. From launching their debut single to embarking on a huge headline autumn tour, they have certainly made an impact in the indie music scene, with a huge buzz surrounding them that is landing them huge support slots with names such as Jerry Williams. I first met lead singer … Continue reading Interview: FLOWVERS making a wave in the Indie scene
Deco brought their successful autumn headline tour to a close down at Southampton's Heartbreakers.