Articles by: Amber Lashley

by 27 Sep 2023

Listen: Brooklyn Based Malice K Shares New Single ‘PHD’ via Jagjaguwar

‘PHD’ plays around with elements of stripped-back indie-pop, but with grungey tints and an Elliott Smith-esque vocal, it’s hardly strait-laced.

by 13 Sep 2023

Listen: Lime Garden Announce Debut Album ‘One More Thing’ and Share Single ‘Love Song’

Lime Garden have just released their new single, ‘Love Song’, and announced their debut album, One More Thing.

by 06 Sep 2023

Listen: Whitelands Share New Single ‘The Prophet & I’ via Sonic Cathedral

Whitelands release ‘The Prophet & I’, their third single via Sonic Cathedral – existing in the same world as their previous offerings, but revealing just a little bit more of their sound.

by 07 Aug 2023

Listen: Folly Group Return with New Single ‘Strange Neighbour’

Folly Group are back! Now two EPs down, the quartet have kick-started their next instalment with their newest single ‘Strange Neighbour’. In their first release of 2023, and only a month away from a support tour with New York’s Geese,…

by 18 Jul 2023

Listen: Slowdive Share ‘skin in the game’ from Upcoming Album ‘everything is alive’

Slowdive have mastered their own language, and now it’s time for them to flex their fluency.

by 30 Jun 2023

Listen: Hastings Three-Piece Borough Council Share Debut Single ‘Prescribed’

Hot off the press, Hastings-based three piece Borough Council have put out their first single – ‘Prescribed’ – via Bath House Records. After years of playing across different projects and with their local live reputation solidly in place, brothers Haydn…

by 26 Apr 2023

Listen: London’s Stepbrother Share New Single ‘Hillstart’

‘Hillstart’s premise follows the rollbacks and stalls of a relationship on the ropes.

by 26 Apr 2023

Listen: Grian Chatten Shares Debut Solo Track ‘The Score’

‘The Score’ seemingly captures a moment of disenchantment with no pressure to uncover a solution.

by 06 Apr 2023

Listen: bdrmm Share New Single ‘Be Careful’ from Upcoming Second Album ‘I Don’t Know’

‘Be Careful’ manages to explore a solemn and reflective sincerity without a bleak overshadow.