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Articles by: Alisdair Grice

by 20 Sep 2022

Listen: Heartworms Sign to Speedy Wunderground and Share ‘Consistent Dedication’

Heartworms are the loud voice at the forefront of a heady new wave of post punk experimentalists.

by 18 Aug 2022

Listen: DEADLETTER Share Steely New Single ‘Binge’

Pop culture connoisseurs DEADLETTER are back with the steely new single ‘Binge’; embracing the consequences of indulgence, in a gritty earworm track that flirts endlessly with the human race’s perverse idiosyncrasies. Following an ugly, grey London winter, the six members…

by 09 Aug 2022

Listen: Buggs Share New Single ‘Mother’

‘Mother’ takes a u-turn into the more nuanced realm of empathy and self-care.

by 10 Jun 2022

Interview: Catcher are NYC’s new post-punk flag bearers. Get to know them.

Catcher are fuelled partly by the 24/7 intensity of the city itself, and partly by an expansive absence of the music they themselves wanted to see on stage.

by 25 Apr 2022

Review: English Teacher – Polyawkward

Floating somewhere between post-punk and oblique poetry…

by 06 Apr 2022

Listen: Horsegirl Share New Single ‘World of Pots and Pans’

‘World of Pots and Pans’ is a curious glimpse into the psyche of three teenagers with an effortless grasp on no wave.

by 05 Apr 2022

Listen: Midnight Rodeo Share Debut Single ’Now You’re Gone’

Midnight Rodeo release their debut single ’Now You’re Gone’ via Brighton’s FatCat Records. The scuzzy single marks the psych-inspired outfit’s first foray as a unit, invoking the spongy cinematic trip of Juniore alongside the wispy surf rock of La Luz….

by 29 Mar 2022

Listen: Sports Team Return with New Single ‘R Entertainment’ and Announce New Album

London’s most jaunty band present its first single, the bounding ‘R Entertainment’.

by 17 Mar 2022

Interview: Brexit Bedrooms – A Chat with Author Tatjana Rueegsegger

“firstly it’s an illusion that if bands play 1000 capacity venues in Europe, they can afford an amazing living, whereas the reality is that most of the time, they still have one or two jobs next to it…”