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  • Review: Our Girl – Stranger Today
  • Watch: Ellie Bleach releases video for new single ‘Leave Me Alone’
  • Listen: Honkies release ‘Kicking and Screaming’ & announce UK tour

Review: Our Girl – Stranger Today

16 Aug 2018

Our Girl – Stranger Today Out 17/08/18 via Cannibal Hymns ‘Stranger Today’ is the debut record from Brighton born trio Our Girl. Droning guitars with soft ethereal vocals from Soph Nathan are the signature on the album, cementing Our Girl’s inimitable noise. Britpop sensibilities and melancholic grunge fuse together for a nostalgic atmosphere felt in every aspect of… Read more »

Watch: Ellie Bleach releases video for new single ‘Leave Me Alone’

15 Aug 2018

Alt-pop songwriter Ellie Bleach is back with nostalgic visuals for new single ‘Leave Me Alone’. The song is an emphatic statement of female independence in the tradition of Fiona Apple or Lily Allen. Matt Wilkinson of Beats1 praised the single on its release, describing it as “if Goat Girl were singing a Lily Allen song.”… Read more »

Listen: Honkies release ‘Kicking and Screaming’ & announce UK tour

13 Aug 2018

South London reprobates Honkies are back with a new single, ‘Kicking and Screaming’, that showcases their country-infused punk sound. The song is the first single from an as yet unnamed EP, that will be released via Permanent Creeps Records in the coming months. Honkies can count Shame and Goat Girl as fans and it’s not… Read more »

Listen: Meggie Brown unveils new single via label Hate Hate Hate

08 Aug 2018

London based Meggie Brown makes addictive lo-fi drama pop with that right amount of scuzz. Fresh from dates touring with Brooklyn art-punk outfit Bodega and indie rock giants Franz Ferdinand as well as being featured on the desirable Annie Mac Radio 1 slot, she has just dropped a killer new single. ’10/6’ is that perfect mix of… Read more »

First Listen: Worcester’s The New Consistent release Swim Deep produced debut single

08 Aug 2018

The West Midlands city of Worcester has produced some famous exports through the years, B-Town heroes Peace were formed there, Swim Deep’s Austin Williams heralds from the city and now we have another young talent, The New Consistent, showing that Worcester is more than sauce. Produced by Swim Deeps very own Ozzy, The New Consistent’s debut single ‘Crisps… Read more »

Watch: Bloody Knees release video for new single ‘Spinning’

07 Aug 2018

If we are keeping it simple, Bloody Knees sit somewhere safely between Nirvana and Oasis. That’s not to say that they’re another 90s regurgitation, but since their formation around 2013, you’ll have found them in the pages of NME and Kerrang. It’s a difficult balance to keep but they’re pleasing us all. Today the London… Read more »

Who Are You? Fontaines D.C.

06 Aug 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 »

Who Are You? ALASKALASKA

03 Aug 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 »

Watch: Sports Team release new single ‘Margate’

02 Aug 2018

London’s Sports Team have had a successful time trekking the country of late, be it festival tents or regional shows in small venues, it’s quite likely you’ll have had a chance to see them nearby. Friday 3rd August sees them play Margate for the first time, hoping that the seaside resort will add to the… Read more »

Watch: Dan Lyons releases new single ‘Gargoyle’ with video

01 Aug 2018

As every piece of journalistic mind-vomit will read, Ex-Fat Whites and Phobophobes drummer Dan Lyons has finally transitioned to the front of stage, with his self-titled solo project. Whilst undoubtedly this is objectively the truth, it is important when attempting to grasp the importance of Lyons’ latest offering to divorce oneself from the skag-chic [sic]… Read more »