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PATRONS Unveil New Single ‘Saorsa’

Plymouth outfit Patrons have gifted us with a lyric video for their latest single Saorsa. Patrons deliver bursting drums, soaring guitars and vocals that will have you screaming along with every ounce of energy you have. The lyric video for Saorsa will help you along with

BAKAR Shares Video for ‘BADlands’

Our favourite North Londoner, Bakar is back with a brand new video for his latest single BADlands. BADlands comes from his debut mixtape BADKID that will be released on the 22nd of May via his own label bash*. Full of mayhem with running the streets

MAXIMILLIAN Unveils New Track ‘Hollow Days’

Maximillain woos us with his latest track Hollow Days. The 19-year-old Maximillian, originally from Copenhagen, possesses some serious tone in his voice giving us soulful pop that we didn’t know we needed. Lyrically Hollow Days is captivating and emotive. We are experiencing a defiant surge of

Top Three Acts at Groovin’ The Moo 2018

We headed along to Groovin’ The Moo in Bendigo to see some of the world’s best acts on a crisp May day. Starting the day catching Melbourne local Didirri and ending the night catching one of Australia’s best Ball Park Music. There was no doubt

VILDE Shares Music Video for ‘Flash In The Pan’

Stockholm-based, Australian raised Vilde has released some impressive visuals for this latest track Flash In The Pan. Australian alt pop artist and ex-Kins frontman Thomas Savage, aka Vilde pairs some saturated imagery with his vibrant new track. Flash In The Pan shows how alternative pop music is done.

WESTERMAN Shares New Single ‘Edison’

Edison is a song that gives voice to the frail inner monologue of the narcissist.  Westerman has a brand new single for you to set your weekend pace before that clock strikes 5pm on your Friday. Edison gives you sleek guitars and easy like a Sunday

THYLA Unveil New Track ‘Blame’

Yes. Brighton’s Thyla have done it again with their latest offering Blame. This track is amplified with soaring bass lines that are hard to ignore and guitars that launch like none other. Frontwoman Millie Duthie’s vocals are on point harnessing ample energy. Blame defiantly kicks ass but also