‘What on earth will the papers say’ is a brand new single from Wax Colour and is released on Friday the 13th of April. Continue reading Wax Colour to release brand new single ‘What on earth will the papers say
the warm voices of Brooke Bentham, Nia Wyn and Etham returned to melt any remaining frost and heat up the moderately-full 200 capacity cult venue. Continue reading BBC Introducing Presents… at The Lexington
The United Kingdom fell in love with Liverpool three piece The Wombats more than a decade ago, after their charming debut album “A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation”, which included the band’s award winning and most listened-to track “Let’s Dance to Joy Division”. Continue reading An exclusive interview with The Wombats discussing their brand new album – “Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life”
New York quartet Public Access T.V. have grafted their way to a position where they’re tipped to be the next big thing, and there’s no question they have all the credentials to be exactly that. Continue reading An exclusive interview with Public Access T.V.
Here are five of the hottest new alternative songs right now, which any fan of indie rock music should have in their playlist.
Continue reading Five new alternative songs you have to listen to
With the Menzingers show at SWX being sold out, the 3 piece Philadelphian band, Cayetana got a warm reception when entering the stage. Continue reading In Pictures: The Menzingers at SWX in Bristol
As The Strokes turn 20, there’s no better time to play their incredible albums and spend hours sifting through live performances on YouTube, all the while pondering the question: has anyone done it better since? Continue reading What Ever Happened? Celebrating 20 Years of The Strokes
New York quartet Public Access TV are a band that are tipped to be the next big thing out of the city, with their fantastic debut album ‘Never Enough’ capturing the spirit of bands like The Strokes and the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s in the early 2000’s. Continue reading Public Access TV are gearing up to release their second album, and you should be listening
Everyone’s got their own idea about the best indie albums of all time. Some swear by Hot Fuss. Others adore Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not. Jordan Scott recently wrote for LFM about how The Courteeners’ St. Jude has stood the test of time ten years on. I’d like to offer another entry to the canon not often talked about: Profession Reporter’s The Lipstick Durability Test. Continue reading The Best Indie Album You’ve Never Heard
Over the last couple of years, South London’s most highly rated up and coming post-punks, Shame, have built a reputation for sweaty and hectic live shows. Many fans wondered whether the band would be able to convert that chaos onto record for their debut album Songs Of Praise Continue reading Review: Shame – Songs Of Praise