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ALXNDR New Song Review // “Something New”

North East trio release new single Something New ahead of their UK tour in April. My favourite 90’s infused alternative pop trio strikes again. The new track is a follow-up to ALXNDR‘s debut EP RWND which received an incredible response including charting on iTunes in it’s first week of release.

THE 1975 New Song Review // “Somebody Else”

The 1975 have shared the fourth track Somebody Else to be taken from their highly anticipated sophomore album. One week to go. And I think I might have found the one. The track Somebody Else is definitely something different from previous releases The Sound, UGH! and Love Me. Emotionally charged,


Good morning world! I’ve got some good music coming your way on this gloomy Monday. However, not much of a news. I think everyone knows what’s going on by now. And who’s coming back. Yes, they’re back. The Last Shadow Puppets have returned making [give or take] 99,98% of

BLOSSOMS New Music Video // “At Most A Kiss”

Blossoms share the music video for the new track “At Most A Kiss”. Remember when I was saying last year that Blossoms would be your next favourite band? Well, it is happening, isn’t it? They had a pretty cool 2015. But all the things that have

THE KILLERS wish you Merry Christmas

It’s this time of the year again. I’m going away for a while so this might be my last entry this year. But oh believe me, the next one is going to be amazing! So many things are planned already and I can’t wait for you

THE 1975 share the new track “UGH!”

THE 1975 have unveiled new song UGH. They don’t make it easy for radio broadcasters, do they? First this very short title of the sophomore album I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It and now the track UGH! 

THE MAGIC GANG share the new song “Jasmine”

Let’s play some magic today, shall we? Because this next four-piece from Brighton undoubtedly casts a spell on me. The Magic Gang have released the new track Jasmine which will feature on their upcoming self-titled EP. The song portrays indie-pop at its best! Representing (the obvious) weaker

The 1975 have unveiled the new track “Love Me”

Do you know why the world is freaking out today? Yep, The 1975 have released the new track. After spending the last four months in LA working on the new record the band was finally ready to share new music with hungry and impatient fans. And