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Articles by: Amber Lashley

by 14 Feb 2024

Listen: Warpaint Return with New Single ‘Common Blue’ via Rough Trade Records

To honour the feat of two decades together, indie mainstays Warpaint are back with their first new material in two years.

by 22 Jan 2024

Listen: London’s The Dada Movement Share Debut SIngle ‘I Was Wrong’ / ‘Heart Heart’

Considering their namesake lies in the radical anti-materialist and anti-nationalist art movement of the early 20th century, The Dada Movement are expectedly looking to the past, and by nature rejecting what has become customary.

by 15 Jan 2024

Listen: Lipworms Share ‘Handshake’ as Slow Dance Announce ‘Slow Dance ’23’ New Music Compilation

The quartet’s first release is nearly five-minutes of industrial techno-psych, aligning with recent experimental dance sounds from the likes of SCALER and PVA

by 02 Jan 2024

Listen: echo northstar Shares New Single ‘waking up’

Wasting no time in seeing in the New Year, echo northstar has released his latest single ‘waking up’.

by 15 Nov 2023

Listen: Lime Garden Share ‘I Want To Be You’ from Upcoming Debut Album ‘One More Thing’

‘I Want To Be You’ sees Lime Garden prove once again that they can capture the complicated feelings that arise in adolescence.

by 09 Nov 2023

Listen: Omni Share New Single ‘Exacto’ and Announce New Album via Sub Pop

Omni have released new single, ‘Exacto’, the lead off of their newly announced album, ‘Souvenir’. The album is due for release on February 16th 2024 via Sub Pop. Choppy and rigid, ‘Exacto’ boasts a stiff-necked riff and a jolting rhythm…

by 08 Nov 2023

Listen: NYC’s Chanel Beads Signs to Jagjaguwar and Share New Single ‘Police Scanner’

Chanel Beads is the artist project of New York musician Shane Lavers, one that was created with the intention of making music that you can experience in the same way you “experience it in the moment”.

by 03 Nov 2023

Listen: Nottingham’s Divorce Share New Single ‘Eat My Words’ from Upcoming ‘Heady Metal’ EP

There is both comfort and relief to be found in Divorce’s ability to accept, reflect upon, and work within the bumpy landscape of the imperfect.

by 01 Nov 2023

Listen: London’s Daisy and the Deadheads Share New Single ‘I Hate The Sea’

Self described as “wonky folk pop”, there is an air of calmness across the entire track, one that nourishes an overarching sense of passivity.