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Monthly Archives: August 2018

Album Review // WILD NOTHING ‘Indigo’

Wild Nothing return with fourth studio album Indigo. Making indie pop gems over the last ten years, the man behind Wild Nothing, Jack Tatum has come a long way from his 2010’s debut release Gemini. Wild Nothing continues to explore creative avenues in its sound, and Indigo is the

The Calls 2018

THE CALLS Bring out Video for ‘May Day’

The Calls have shared the colourful visuals for their newest single May Day. As they gear up to release their debut mini album The Night The World Stood Still, The Calls have given us yet another tease of what to expect on September 7th. Following on from the release

Muse Simulation Theory

MUSE Announce New Album ‘Simulation Theory’

Muse have unveiled new track, The Dark Side, taken from their forthcoming new album, Simulation Theory. Muse have confirmed details of their forthcoming new album, Simulation Theory, which will be released on November 9th. The eleven-track record was produced by the band, along with several award-winning producers,


ARLIE Announce Debut EP ‘Wait’

The Nashville band Arlie have graced us with yet another blissful tune, barcelona boots. Arlie have confirmed details of their forthcoming debut EP, Wait, which will be released on September 19th. As another treat the band have shared barcelona boots, a marvellous pop tune that flows

Barns Courtney 2018

BARNS COURTNEY Reveals New Single ’99’

Musing on childhood memories, the latest single from Barns Courtney is a trip down memory lane.  We all remember the days when we were younger and more carefree, and often this recollection is accompanied by a feeling of nostalgia. Barns Courtney definitely remembers those days, and

Interview // WSTR

Ahead of the release of their new album Identity Crisis this Friday, WSTR reflect on their journey as a band in our latest Q&A. With their new album Identity Crisis being just around the corner, we hit Sammy with some questions about conformity and identity in

Album Review // THE KOOKS ‘Let’s Go Sunshine’

Making a bold statement about who they are, The Kooks re-define themselves on their highly anticipated fifth album Let’s Go Sunshine. When people mention The Kooks, you can immediately picture a guitar-driven British pop, and the band only act to cement this signature sound on their fifth album Let’s

Hippo Campus - Omeara

Live: HIPPO CAMPUS // Omeara, London

Ahead of Reading & Leeds Festival appearances, the St. Paul, Minnesota-bred outfit Hippo Campus graced London crowds with two intimate warm-up shows at Omeara. It is always a treat when Hippo Campus visit this side of the Atlantic. As the band took to the stage at London’s