My music taste has shifted so many times these past few months that it is quite outstanding and scary at the same time. I was feeling really comfortable and safe in my heavy rock zone but recently I’ve been swimming amongst indie, electronic and dear
Beautiful debut. Beautiful sound. Beautiful band. Wolf Alice entered at No. 2 in the official charts with their album My Love Is Cool and they were only 528 copies behind Florence! That’s the results published last Sunday.
This weekend vibes go to The Chemical Brothers with the track Go. The song was released over two months ago and I needed some time to get around it, I suppose. Just now I can really admit that I love it! Go, featuring Q-Tip, is the first
The third album is on its way! And we couldn’t be happier. But for now let’s all enjoy the beauty of the video for the first single Some Kind of Heaven of the new record called Surrender which you can watch below. The beginning of a bold
Today’s post meant to be on totally different topic and about totally different band. But no. I just had to get a friendly email from Years and Years about unveiled a new video, didn’t I? Of course, I did. I remember me saying in January that this band
Weekend vibes. Summer vibes – because somewhere out there is the actual summer. But no, not in London. Nope. It’s autumn again. Happy June everyone. Weekend vibes. Yes. New column with something different than just indie and rock. Because, believe it or not, I listen to
I’ve been really jealous of Annie Mac this week. On Tuesday she got Yannis Philippakis from Foals dropping their new single What Went Down [read here] and yesterday this lovely five-piece band from Southend made an appearance. Of course, I’m talking about Nothing But Thieves.
Oh My God!! Have you heard?! Have you heard it?! Obviously, today’s fuss is all about Foals new song What Went Down from their forthcoming fourth album called, surprisingly, What Went Down. The track had its premier yesterday on Annie Mac’s show on BBC Radio 1 as the
One thing you should definitely know is that I consider myself a passionate gig goer. I love to search for new bands and artists. And when I do I just have to see them live. There is no other way. I’d say the love of my