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’
Words by Craig Pool. Inside the legendary Barrowland Ballroom on Sunday night, the crowd witnessed a band at the height of their powers. Wolf Alice were in Glasgow’s east end for the second of their two gig stint, and luckily were still full of steam. It was the job of Birmingham boppers Superfood to open the night – their funky and playful guitar tunes made … Continue reading Review: Wolf Alice in Glasgow (11/11/17)
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
The Sherlocks made a mighty return to Glasgow last night on their ‘Live For The Moment’ Tour. The boys played a sold out show to a mixed crowd of their forever loyal fanbase. Continue reading Review – The Sherlocks at Glasgow’s 02 ABC (19/09/17)
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?
Its safe to say that the DMA’s know how to put on a show, and a Newcastle crowd knows how to receive one. Continue reading The DMA’s in Newcastle