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?
Words by Craig Pool. Ethan Barnett, better known as Ten Tonnes released his latest single, Born To Lose, on Thursday. The Hertfordshire singer-songwriter is the brother of George Ezra and he definitely has the potential to emulate the success of his older sibling. Born To Lose is the second single from the forthcoming EP of the same title, which has been produced by Hugo White … Continue reading Ten Tonnes – Born To Lose
Check out The Seamonsters’ new music video for their debut single ‘Lost (and Found)’. To read LFM’s review of the their debut single click here. Continue reading WATCH: Official new music video from The Seamonsters for ‘Lost (and Found)’
The Seamonsters; the six piece Indie-pop girl-band set to take the Indie scene by storm with their debut single, ‘Lost (and Found)’. Hailing from Sheffield, the band is made up of Holly Thompson, Naomi Mann, Ciara Hurding, Ella Taylor, Lauren Smith and Tassie Droninski. Continue reading Review: The Seamonsters – Lost (and Found)
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
Zurraq Khan picks out the artists that are dominating his playlists right now and the sounds that you need in your life right this minute. Noname Born in Chicago as Fatimah Warner, Noname spent her time attending and performing at open mic nights in order to gain publicity in her local area. Quickly befriending and collaborating with artists like Chance the Rapper and Mick Jenkins, … Continue reading 5 artists to be listening to right now
You may not have heard of RedFaces, so here’s a little more on the band that could fill that role in the coming year or two. Continue reading Introducing RedFaces