• The Citie aren’t convinced by their ex or their ‘Sad Eyes’ on their latest single

    September 18, 2019  /  The Citie


    California outfit The Citie have returned with their latest single ‘Sad Eyes’. The track, an ode to “all your shitty ex’s” is a scathing assessment of its subject matter. The [READ MORE]

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  • The Honest Heart Collective encourage opening up on empowering rock single ‘Fine.’

    September 14, 2019  /  The Honest Heart Collective


    Anchored by four lifelong friends, The Honest Heart Collective was born from brothers Ryan and Nic MacDonald, a moment at a Springsteen concert, and a rotating cast of musicians made [READ MORE]

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  • Ottowa outfit Almost Kennedy prove that there’s still life in 80s synth pop on ‘Say The Same’

    September 6, 2019  /  Almost Kennedy


    Ontario alt-pop outfit Almost Kennedy have returned with their latest single  ‘Say The Same’.  The track is stacked full of appeal from all angles. A huge soaring chorus, irresistibly catchy [READ MORE]

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  • ‘Mellow Drama’ is an explosive breath of fresh pop punk air from Commonweather

    August 29, 2019  /  Commonweather


    Chicago 4-piece Commonweather have dropped their latest single ‘Mellow Drama’. Pulled from their upcoming EP Sugar Sun, the track is a stark and energetic showcase of the qualities that the young band [READ MORE]

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  • Secret Shame return with the rollicking new single ‘Gift’

    August 29, 2019  /  Secret Shame

    Secret Shame return with the rollicking new single ‘Gift’. Channelling the best bits of post-punk, the Asheville band create arresting indie rock that packs a punch. Echoing contemporaries such as [READ MORE]

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  • Little Grim return with the playful ‘All on Black’

    August 19, 2019  /  Little Grim

    After releasing their slaying first EP earlier this year, South London alt-pop four-piece Little Grim is back! Sticking with their signature dreamy guitar melodies and falsetto vocals, ‘All on Black’ [READ MORE]

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  • Chartreuse emerge from the gloom with intoxicating debut ‘Three Days’

    August 16, 2019  /  Chartreuse

    Hailing from the Black Country in the West Midlands, four-piece band Chartreuse have a lot of eyes resting on them. Merging a variety of influences including soul and jazz with a touch [READ MORE]

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  • ‘LOVELOST’ sees margø push her unique brand of electro-pop to colossal new heights

    August 16, 2019  /  margø


    Influenced by the powerful transformation you undergo once you break free from a toxic relationship. margø‘s ‘LOVELOST’ is a track about self-love, realising your inner strength, and never letting anyone determine your [READ MORE]

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  • ‘Asbestos’ is moody and captivating alt-pop gold from Glass Peaks

    August 16, 2019  /  Glass Peaks


    Glass Peaks are a band that seem to have the world at their feet. All signs right now seem to point to opportunity, and judging from ‘Asbestos’ the trio look primed [READ MORE]

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