The South-London trio have embraced the notion of change in this bright-eyed homage to the Paisley Underground movement. Life is filled with adjustments, whether they be seismic or minute, provisional or definitive. By its very nature it implies two different things. One being an essential difference often amounting to a
Science dictates that we see things before we hear them; music is no different. While some of the best songs ever made are remembered for the music alone, the visual accompaniment adorning its sleeve is essentially the equivalent to a book’s front cover, aimed at capturing the listeners attention before
Shroud in layers of shimmering Psychedelia, the Leeds based five-piece have followed on from their debut self-titled album in glisteningly lazed fashion. Offering a deep insight into the reflective state of maturity, You and Me carries with it a hypnotic brightness that parades around your ears with a nonchalant swagger.
Born and raised on LA’s South Bay, MEGG is an artist that refuses to be categorised. With a voice like P!nk and a stage presence that Jagger himself would be proud of, her raw and ostentatious new offering ‘Shamoo’ is a true sonic spectacle, sauntering onto the scene with a
Hailing from the beautiful mediterranean coastline of Tel Aviv, Inbal is a multi-instrumentalist who refuses to be pigeon-holed. Instead, she carves elements from a variety of different influences and styles, from the powerfully electronic textures of a vocoder, to the more granular resonance of an acoustic guitar. Drawing inspiration from
Born in the bustling streets of Toronto, Quinn Mills is quickly becoming a rising artist on Canada’s south coast and across the pond in The Big Apple. His latest record “Strangers in the Dark” carries with it all the hallmarks of a classic alternative rock album but with a moody