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  • First Listen: Sports Team release first taste of debut EP with track ‘Stanton’
  • Interview: We talk about The Great Escape with The Orielles, Sports Team and Hotel Lux
  • Interview: We chat Pit Parties and more with Fluffer!

First Listen: Sports Team release first taste of debut EP with track ‘Stanton’

20 Nov 2017

Aside from the few with their ears to the ground, Sports Team will be a brand new name, but one you should get to know very quickly. The Harlesden six piece who cite Pavement and Haircut 100 as influences, have been gigging the capital for the last twelve months and making waves for various reasons…. Read more »

Interview: We talk about The Great Escape with The Orielles, Sports Team and Hotel Lux

17 Nov 2017

The Great Escape is highly regarded as a talent hotbed, taking over the city of Brighton for a whole weekend and bringing the best of the best with them. This year, we are chuffed to have been asked to be involved in the First Fifty, helping pick a handful of bands to not only play… Read more »

Interview: We chat Pit Parties and more with Fluffer!

16 Nov 2017

Whether its the incredible line ups or the impressive artwork of Russell Taysom, Fluffer will have caught your eye somewhere down the line. Fluffer began as a label and but now most prominently seen as a series of special events. Dissatisfied with the standard set up of a ‘gig’, Fluffer have shaken up the norm,… Read more »

Watch: Honey Hahs are all smiles in self directed video for ‘Beer Fear’

09 Nov 2017

Get up, brush your teeth, go to school, go to football, go play a gig and get signed to Rough Trade with your sisters. This is a simplistic version of a day in the life of Honey Hahs, an all girl group from London, whose average age is 11 years old. Born and raised in… Read more »

First Listen: Totally return to make our day with new one ‘Moonlit Memory’

02 Nov 2017

Totally are a London band who are forcing chins to wag. Siting influence from sixties girl groups and 90s RnB, the four piece girl band are onto a winner. Achieving attention from all the right places, the band play The Waiting Room, London on December 13th and to get us even more excited, they are… Read more »

First Listen: Haze return with new one ‘Piochitas’ & take over a Legion Club for the video

01 Nov 2017

If you’ve recently been checking out the UK’s buzziest bands across London and Oxford, it’s quite likely that you’ll have met Haze. The four piece, originally from oxford, have been warming up the crowd for the likes of Shame, Rat Boy, The Districts and Starcrawler in the last twelve months and it looks as though… Read more »

Listen: Hotel Lux deliver their ode to Albert Pierrepoint with new track ‘The Last Hangman’

24 Oct 2017

Hotel Lux arrived in London via Portsmouth and have been honing their live show for the last 12 months. Debut release ‘Envoi’ gave a sign of things to come back in January of this year but now we have some real substance. A real representation of the band that we’ve come to admire upon the… Read more »

Watch: Claw Marks release video for new track ‘Bone Dance’

23 Oct 2017

Claw Marks have been fending labels and torch bearing ‘punk’ since their formation in 2013 and today they bring us a re recorded version of favourite ‘Bone Dance’. Whilst the track remains the same, ‘Bone Dance’ arrives for the second time with added sass and clarinet courtesy of the recording process with former Lovvers man… Read more »

First Listen: Leeds band Mush release new one ‘Comment Section Creeps’ via Art Is Hard

19 Oct 2017

Birthed from the same music scene that has brought the world Hookworms, Eagulls, and Drahla in recent times are Mush. The Leeds-based quartet all started off far away from each other, but gravitated towards one another via a mutual love of Pavement and alcohol. Their art rock sound thrives off angular grooves, and on no… Read more »

First Listen: Mystic Peach shake off the mystery with debut ‘Downtown’

17 Oct 2017

2017 has been kind to Southampton. A new 100 capacity venue called Heartbreakers welcomes the UK’s most exciting small bands, whilst a new record ship called Vinilo hopes to breed a community. With the pathway to The Joiners and beyond now set, the people expect and need local bands. Cue, Mystic Peach. Born in the… Read more »