Wayne Carey checks out the latest from Blackpool's young punksters Those Fucking Snowflakes. It's loud and fun!
Germany's Tim Kamrad releases his r'n'b influenced alt-pop banger, Blame It On The Lights.
Sheffield based songwriter Tom Taylor-Biggs releases his debut album Seven. Moving on from his self-described 'poorly recorded' garage band demos, Seven is the outcome of Biggs' recent grief and the seven stages that occupied his time and mind following a death of an old friend.
Rendacium is a young three-piece from the East Midlands who formed three years ago. Nigel Carr reviews their first single for Louder Than War.
Belgian singer/songwriter Asia returns with Something To Do, the third single to be taken from her forthcoming debut album.
From Uganda, Faizal Mostrixx combines dance, choreography, social work and music production, giving African Ugandan traditional instruments and organic rhythms a poetic electronic instrumentalism
Watch This! Manchester’s Suave Martyrs Show Us What A Weekend In The Life of An Underground Indie Band is like (Part 1)
Manchester quintet Suave Martyrs provide an insight in to what it's like to be an unsigned indie band in 2020.
Monrhea is a mysterious figure. A woman from a one horse village in the middle of Kenya who creates these sparse and brilliant electronic soundscapes
Wayne As Fuck Carey bigs up the Ryder and the Robb and the Shaw in a dub techno classic!!!!
South West London’s alternative music Queen gets gritty with new single GRIM, an energetic alt rock song about the mental strain and frustration of going over old ground, whether that be repeating the same stories in a psychiatrists office or the drudgery of endless small talk with people you don’t know
The Vat-Egg Imposition: Sheriff Of Nottingham (Alphaville Records) DL/ Cassette Out Now 9/10 Andy Brown reviews The Sheriff...