Car Seat Headrest’s single Hollywood, taken from upcoming album Making A Door Less Open, is a refreshing and welcome damnation of the place where people go to make their dreams come true. Photo Credit: Carlos Cruz Frontman Will Toledo pays homage to alt rock and the poetry of spoken word with a more agitated sound … Continue reading SINGLE REVIEW: Car Seat Headrest – ‘Hollywood’
I started out in the Southampton scene a few years after Lucy Bernardez did and quickly found the name she had worked for herself. Having heard of her so quickly, it took me an oddly long amount of time to catch her live, I’d think at least a year. Two years ago she released her … Continue reading Lucy Bernardez makes her comeback with new single “Tomorrow”
‘I Was Meant To Love’ emerges from cold winter in which singer-songwriter Leon C tried to rationalise new-found emotions and anxieties, and the growth that comes with them. Already hailed for his musical talent and song-writing abilities within both national and local circuits, with hundreds of shows under his belt – some of those shows … Continue reading Leon C releases poetic folk single ‘I Was Meant To Love’
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’.
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.
One of the most exciting and ambitious bands in the current scene return with a new video to accompany their latest single.
SWMRS have made their long-awaited comeback with new single 'April in Houston'.
Sparkling return with their latest single 'Say Goodbye to the Ragged Tiger', a song you won't want to miss.
From Zuzu to Bloody Knees, here are the best releases from the week of 28/09