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  • Listen: Glasgow’s Walt Disco Release ‘Drowning In Your Velvet Bed’
  • Listen: South Coast Grunge Gazers Mystic Peach Release New Single
  • Listen: Dublin’s Fontaines D.C. sign to Partisan and release single ‘Too Real’

Listen: Glasgow’s Walt Disco Release ‘Drowning In Your Velvet Bed’

16 Nov 2018

An unrelenting storm of angst driven new-wave eclipses the once glittering haze of Glasgow’s Walt Disco. Departing from the warming pop charm synonymous with their previous single surfaces ‘Drowning In Your Velvet Bed’, a riff-driven barrage of tenacious urgency only alleviated by a sedate sax solo woven amongst the middle section. Speaking about the new single,… Read more »

Listen: South Coast Grunge Gazers Mystic Peach Release New Single

16 Nov 2018

Down on the south coast shrouded in mystery you can find the dark psychedelic sounds of Mystic Peach encased within Southampton’s ever growing music scene. With a live show thats become synonymous with deafening riffs and an intensity that will have you looking on in awe as the 3 piece cocoon you with their riotous… Read more »

Listen: Dublin’s Fontaines D.C. sign to Partisan and release single ‘Too Real’

14 Nov 2018

Fontaines D.C. have signed to Partisan Records, the Brooklyn label responsible for the rapid rise of Bristol’s, IDLES as well as worldwide favourites Dilly Dally, Cigarettes After Sex, Tender and more. Signing is a big deal for the band and it was important that they announced it with a thud, and that thud is new… Read more »

In Photos: Crack Cloud at Moth Club

14 Nov 2018

The mixed media collective, Crack Cloud have been in demand across the UK’s cities since their debut visits in June. The Canadian band re-released their debut EP alongside some new songs earlier this year for what could be mistaken as their debut record. Crack Cloud returned to London last week to build upon the underground… Read more »

Who Are You? We chat to Lady Bird

07 Nov 2018

Within the pages of our print and online magazine lies a section of great importance. Titled ‘Who Are You?’, we stick our ear to the ground and introduce you to the sounds that are making people whisper up and down the country. Hopefully, some time in the near future, they’ll become the regulars on your… Read more »

Interview: We catch up with The Orielles as they release two new tracks

06 Nov 2018

The Orielles have always been a band with a thirst for adventure. They see a genre they like, dismantle it, withdraw the parts they desire and re-mould it in to something entirely their own. Their debut album, Silver Dollar Moment, released at the start of this year, was an eye-opening release, bubbling with ideas and… Read more »

First Listen: NANCY streams new track ‘French Cinnamon’ ahead of debut EP release

06 Nov 2018

NANCY is a songwriter, raised in the North East of England, whose moniker comes from the punchline of many jokes. A self-proclaimed warped regurgitation of pop-culture, ‘French Cinnamon’ follows the same type of pop explored on previous single ‘Teenage Fantasy’, but is far more retro leaning and twisted. Abandoning the dream pop, this track shows another… Read more »

Review: Lice play a surprise show at The Old England, Bristol

05 Nov 2018

The Old England is a curious venue at the best of times, if only because it’s quite literally your Dad’s favourite mid-week pub with a bare and tiny box space in the back. Its also consequently the hub of one of Bristol’s most exhilarating and notorious bands. Lice happen to call the pub their Bristol… Read more »

Interview: Crewel Intentions

05 Nov 2018

From Issue Fifteen, December 2017 Chilli Jesson has spent the last year watching Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns, absorbing the music of Ennio Morricone and watching the UK’s fertile music scene evolve from a far, biding his time and waiting to pounce. With the glorious years of Palma Violets’ youthful onslaught behind him, he’s ready for… Read more »

Who Are You? We chat to Emerson Snowe

01 Nov 2018

Within the pages of our print and online magazine lies a section of great importance. Titled ‘Who Are You?’, we stick our ear to the ground and introduce you to the sounds that are making people whisper up and down the country. Hopefully, some time in the near future, they’ll become the regulars on your… Read more »