DMA’s established themselves as one of the most talented and exiting bands around with their 2016 debut album ‘Hills End’ which was a flawless nod back to the Britpop era. The band have returned with their ambitious follow-up ‘For Now’ and have raised the bar higher than we could’ve imagined. Continue reading Preview: DMA’s brand new album – ‘For Now’
Norwich psychedelic-indie band Hugo z played their first London show last week, a Hot Vox showcase at Roadtrip and the Workshop in Hoxton, alongside Alex OHM, Blind Atlas and an exciting young band called The Glitter Shop from Bury St Edmunds who will no doubt be gracing these web pages sooner rather than later. Continue reading Introducing… Hugo z
‘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