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The Cold Spells: Interstitial – album review

The Cold Spells: Interstitial Gare Du Nord LP/CD/DL Released 11 October 2019 Dark and atmospheric folktronic second album from The Cold Spells, geniuses in the art of matching serenity...

Watch This! Newcastle’s Amongst Echoes Premiere New Single Going Nowhere

Since forming in Newcastle in back in 2018, indie rock quintet Amongst Echoes has been bringing the gap between bright-eyed youthful exuberence and millennial...

Miss June: Flapper and Firkin, Birmingham – live review

Miss June Birmingham, Flapper and Firkin 28th Sep 2019 New Zealand’s best export since Wellington Paranormal hit the UK to celebrate their debut album and to turn...

Watch This! Vix20 Return with Double A-Side Me Gwanishi and the Tongue In Cheek Hashtag Change

Vix 20 are Gary Mills and CJ, two music industry veterans who grew so disillusioned with the state of every element of the music...

Jemma Freeman & The Cosmic Something: Oh Really, What’s That Then? – album review

Album Review Jemma Freeman & The Cosmic Something: Oh Really, What's That Then? (Trapped Animal) LP/CD/DL Pre-order now/ Released 18th Oct 2019 9/10 Debut album from a band who...

Burning House: Aaron Mills Interview

Burning House Aaron Mills Interviewed by Amy Jay Britton (Sept 20th  2019)  Guitar music becomes just a phallic object, that isn't in itself interesting or...

Watch This! The Singing Loins: Matador Repents – new video

Medway legends The Singing Loins are back with a new album, 13 Moon Songs From Merry Hell. Here is the video for Matador Repents,...

Listen to This! Brighton’s Para Fiction Share Hyperactive New Single ‘No Comment’ 

Para Fiction share hyperactive new single ‘No Comment’. The punk/hip-hop duo out of Brighton have come out swinging. Their fearless philosophy is turning heads as...

deathcrash: Bones – single/video premiere

WATCH THIS! London post-rock band deathcrash release their debut 7" single Bones - also a first for indie label Warm Laundry - with video premiere for LTW

New band of the day : Mild Headache ‘Fast fuzz punk with tunes!’

Fast paced fuzz punk armed with glorious tunes from Birmingham sees a bright future

Listen to This! Hull-Based Four-Piece The Hubbards Return With New Single Seven or Eleven

Hull-based four-piece The Hubbards wax lyrical on mass consumerism on new single Seven or Eleven.

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