Words by Laura Whitters. ‘Max and Archie’ is the brilliant new single from Indie-pop band, The Seamonsters. The single carries a distinct tone of classic pop, prominent in their debut single, ‘Lost and Found’ yet builds upon previous work to produce a well thought out and beautifully unique track. With an infectious tune, powerful riffs, and perfect lyrics to shout along to, ‘Max and Archie’ … Continue reading Premiere of The Seamonster’s music video for ‘Max and Archie’
When you hear the two words ‘country music’ your mind will often jump to an image of a washed up overweight American clinching to childhood dreams of being a star in a cowboy movie while coming to terms with the fact that his wife has left him with nothing but a pack of dated beef jerky to his name. However, to those of us who … Continue reading Country music is secretly dominating the music industry and here’s why
Words by Zurraq Kahn. Drab Majesty Drab Majesty is the solo project of LA based musician Andrew Clinco’s androgynous alter-ego Deb DeMure. With a sound that takes the mind back to the synth days of the 1980s, Drab Majesty manages to keep the authentic ‘80s melody that many enthusiasts look to find in the present. Not only is Drab Majesty a musical experiment, it is … Continue reading 5 Artists You Need To Listen To Right Now
How do you like to find new music? Spotify playlists, friends, the radio, and the owner of your local record shop (you know the one) all have their place, but there’s another way of unearthing top new talent too. Continue reading The best way to ‘Dscvr’ new music?
TRNSMT aimed to please the masses and that is one of the many things it most certainly achieved. The festival created some amazing memories between friends, family and strangers throughout the 3 days it ran for. Here is a collection of some of our favourite tweets from the weekend from you guys. Continue reading TRNSMT as captured by the fans
What a weekend. Glasgow once again proved that it knows how to throw a party by hosting TRNSMT. Some thought it was ludicrous to even think of throwing a full 3-day music festival in the city centre of Glasgow, but the organisers have major bragging rights after succeeding. Continue reading TRNSMT MAIN STAGE REVIEW
Released in 2002, ‘Heathen Chemistry’ is now older than some of today’s Oasis fans. The record may not be ageing as well as ‘Definitely Maybe’ and ‘What’s The Story Morning Glory’, but it still provided some pretty great moments.
Continue reading Celebrating 15 years since Oasis’ fifth studio album ‘Heathen Chemistry’
With both Noel and Liam firmly back in the publics view and with both making more headlines than ever: it’s time to find out which Gallagher brother you most align yourself with. Continue reading Which Gallagher brother are you? Take our quiz to find out
In the last 10 years it has been estimated that 40% of London’s music venues have been closed. The British government has cut £42.8 million from the British Arts Council in the last six years as the constant and relentless demise of music venues continues. Continue reading The relentless and uncompromising demise of small music venues
Hailing from Brighton, Jim Filippides, George Ingledew, George Rawlings and Joe Dennis have masterfully crafted a unique sound, combining the best of addictive pop and feel good, classic indie. With a vibe reminiscent of The Cure and Jaws, this band certainly has a lot to offer and I for one cannot wait to see what they’ll create next. Continue reading A chat with Safe to Swim