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Articles by: Alex Mills

by 23 Jan 2020

Listen: Rainn Byrns shares single ‘No Fault of Mine’

With heart on sleeve, Rainn Byrns releases ‘No Fault of Mine’ via Permanent Creeps Records. ‘No Fault Of Mine’ is a track made for personal pep-talks. “Staring in the eyes of a guy” in paint-chipped, floor-length mirrors of daylight seeping…

by 16 Jan 2020

Listen: Porridge Radio share ‘Sweet’ from upcoming new album ‘Every bad’

Brighton’s Porridge Radio want you to think they’re ‘charming and sweet’. For arguments sake who are we to disagree with their word-of-mouth but, if this single were on a profile, ‘striking and comes in a pack-of-four you do not wanna…

by 12 Dec 2019

Review: Fat White Family at EartH, London

South London sweethearts, Fat White Family are used to four-night benders. As reputations go, this group have scuzz sorted and yet, it wouldn’t be unfaithful to say that if spree’s were a sport they wouldn’t come first in line (because…

by 05 Dec 2019

Watch: L.A. Peach shares ‘Daddy (Aren’t You Pleased to See Me)’ Live on Peter’s Boat

North London based L.A. Peach, like the great river Thames, only gets fuller, and more iconic with time. Having swoon-streamed into our lives with the release of their debut EP earlier this year, (‘Come on Over and Test Me’ via…

by 28 Nov 2019

Review: The Magic Gang All Dayer, London with Lazarus Kane, Sinead O’Brien & more

Rumour has it, when someone shouts “Indie dreamboats” The Magic Gang appear instantly. Perhaps this is because this gang are indeed, magic, or, because the New Forest four-piece have, in recent times, become so synonymous with choruses of vibe, that…

by 28 Nov 2019

Review: Sleep Eaters at Peckham Audio

Bad Vibrations present Sleep Eaters, with support from Peeping Drexels, H0nkies and Pregoblin (dj set), as they headline the recently opened Peckham Audio.  String slingers Sleep Eaters might say they “want to be electrified, just to feel alive” but time…

by 21 Nov 2019

Watch: Manchester’s Mealtime release ‘Sublime’

Manchester’s Mealtime release their latest single ‘Sublime’ (via LAB Records) with video accompaniment.  Like a pop-plucky prize trapped between the provoking claw game of a service station arcadia, there’s a sense of programmed desire to the six-piece’s indulgent synth that,…

by 11 Nov 2019

Watch: Japanese Television share video for new track ‘Bruno’s Nightmare’

London psych-seekers Japanese Television release ‘Bruno’s Nightmare’, the third single off of their sought-after EP II (via Tip Top Recordings).  You know that one person at a gig who always seems to just have that bit more fun and in…

by 06 Nov 2019

Review: DITZ at The Waiting Room, London

Brighton’s DITZ are a masterfully wildly bunch. Playing London’s The Waiting Room for a night by Alcopop Records x Dork, take five mates, put them in a Hackney basement, add a bit of anticipatory angst and what do you get?…