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New band! The Shed project deal blissful Roses/La’s perfect guitar shimmer

The Shed Project are from Bolton and deal a blissful highly melodic northern guitar pop. Like prime time Roses with a dash of the La's. They make the tunes feel effortless. 

Those Fucking Snowflakes: Straight Wealthy White Male Suffrage EP review

Wayne Carey checks out the latest from Blackpool's young punksters Those Fucking Snowflakes. It's loud and fun!

Watch This! Germany’s Tim Kamrad Long Summer Nights On New Single Blame It On the Lights

Germany's Tim Kamrad releases his r'n'b influenced alt-pop banger, Blame It On The Lights. 

Tom Taylor-Biggs: Sevens – album review

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 – Breakout – Single Review – New Band from Derby

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.

Video Premiere: Mad Daddy – Give It To Me

Video Premiere  Mad Daddy - Give It To Me We reviewed EP #3 by Mad Daddy a while back - 'High-octane Rock 'n' Roll Punk...

The Gravity Drive: the Wildlight – album review

The Gravity Drive: the Wildlight  (Alchemistic Bliss) CD out now / Other formats 21 Aug 2020 Second album, five years in the making by harmony-driven crafted...

Listen To This! Belgian Songstress Asia Returns With Cinematic New Single Something To Do

Belgian singer/songwriter Asia returns with Something To Do, the third single to be taken from her forthcoming debut album.

Steadfast HTX: Transmitters – album review

Steadfast HTX: Transmitters Self-Released Out Now Stream/DL Hailing from Houston Texas, Steadfast HTX follow up their single Old Scars with an album packed full of anthemic fists in...

New African music : Faizal Mostrixx ‘combining Ugandan trad rhythms with modern electronic beats’

From Uganda, Faizal Mostrixx combines dance, choreography, social work and music production, giving African Ugandan traditional instruments and organic rhythms a poetic electronic instrumentalism

Things we didn’t know a month ago: May 2020

Keith Goldhanger hasn't been out much recently however new tunes and new bands still seem to keep coming his way by the lorry load....

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.
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I Am You, You Are Me. Greentea Peng’s ‘Hu Man’ (Single Review)

Greentea Peng, formerly known as Aria released her new bond-ified track, Hu Man on 4th August.

All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Memoir by Kathy Valentine — book review

All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ’n’ Roll Memoir by Kathy Valentine University of Texas...

Chuck Prophet: The Land That Time Forgot – album review

Chuck Prophet – The Land That Time Forgot   Yep Roc Records All formats Out on 21...

Various Artists: West Meets East -Indian Music and its influence on the West – album review

  Various Artists - West Meets East él Records 3CD/DL Released 14 August 2020 Subtitled "Indian Music and its...

LISTEN ! To the top 20 tracks on the Afrobeats chart

Africa is changing fast. Finally shaking off the shackles of colonialism, the continent is now creating its own narrative