Form a Line // Caro

A chilled story on a sunny day with a cocktail is how I'd describe this latest track from Caro. Muted drums with the almost creeping guitar line makes for a great combo. Beautifully serene Indie Pop that slowly unfolds, it is reminiscent of Bombay Bicycle Club circa I Had The Blues But I Shook Them... Continue Reading →

Friends // Hannah Strickland

This. Is. Beautiful. It's like the sad but sweet ending to a movie. Reminiscent of Civil Wars and Laura Marling, Hannah Strickland makes incredible memorable, bittersweet indie folk that makes you wonder why she hasn't made more. Simplistic in it's delivery, just a lone guitar which doesn't pull focus from Hannahs vocals, this is definitely... Continue Reading →

Let Her In // Dan Selwood

Lo-Fi tune freshly released by Dan Selwood, discovered completely by accident. Really glad I did though, this track has pangs of Lonely Ghosts and Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. This kind of Casio-Pop has been lost recently and it's great that it still exists. There really is a great strength in Dans vocals that reminds... Continue Reading →

Band of the Week // Delights

It may be intensely lazy of me to say but it's fairly clear that this band has a lot of promise, there is a real 90's Factory Records vibe seeping out here. Like Happy Mondays and Primal Scream but for the Millenials or, more recently Egyptian Hip Hop. There is something in the attitude that... Continue Reading →

10 Pounds // Joe T. Johnson

Joe T. Johnson hailing from sunny Bristol crafts sleepy folk rock, think Bob Dylan and particularly Billy Bragg. His new single is a chilled, crisp tune to spend those sleepy days in lockdown. I particularly like the relatability of his lyrics and storytelling, we've all found 10 pounds and wasted it in slightly less than... Continue Reading →

Band of the Week // Khruangbin

Khruangbin are incredibly talented, incredibly, effortlessly cool and so laid back it's amazing they make it to gigs. If you need an escape, crank this up and drift off into paradise. Their previous album, Con Todo El Mundo has pretty much been on my playlist since the day it came out and this new album... Continue Reading →

Music // The Little Unsaid

So chilled it's amazing that it got recorded. Repeated keys building a base to what starts as a lounge track that builds into a massive beat that is the soundtrack to a lazy weekend at home. I'm loving the build up to a tight simplistic drum beat. I can't really sum up why this song... Continue Reading →

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