Atlanta, GA’s Microwave have announced a UK headline tour in April next year in support of their recently released album, Death Is A Warm Blanket. The … Continue reading Microwave to tour in Leeds in April
John Greska is an American musican who combines electronic music together with classical music, making something that sounds utterly unique along the way. By Jane Howkins Sailing … Continue reading Discovery: John Greska
It’s been over two years since I last ran the rule over any of Catholic Action’s music but the name stood out to me as soon as I saw they had released their new track People Don’t Protest Enough. Continue reading “Catholic Action – People Don’t Protest Enough”
LEIO (or ‘Learning Everything In Order’) is a UK R&B artist originally from the south coast. Continue reading “Video: LEIO – 342”
The release of Primal Scream’s retrospective Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll – The Singles is a timely reminder of one of British music’s most essential bodies of … Continue reading Primal Scream come to Leeds on Friday!
West My Friend are a Canadian chamber folk trio, with Salt Water being their latest beautiful track to be released. By Jane Howkins There’s something incredibly haunting about the … Continue reading Video: West My Friend
It’s been about eighteen months since we last shared a track by American country act The Hollow Ends but their new track Annie Pardami definitely caught our attention. Continue reading “The Hollow Ends -Annie Pardami”
This year, we’ve had the opportunity to chat to a bunch of bands from the Rogue PR label. Our latest one was with Apolline, Nicholas and Gaëlle of French punk-pop trio Plastic Age where we found out about their plans for a new album, influences and their trip to England.
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Durham-born Adam Welsh makes up one half of Transatlantic duo BOII. Along with Booklyn, New York-based producer Joshua Hoisington, they make catchy, melodic “sad bangers” like new track Footwork. Continue reading “Discovery: BOII”