The Last Arcade // Jack West

Unsuspectedly electro, incredibly different and actually one of the best things I have heard in this vein for a while. So think of Peter, Bjorn and John meets Kraftwerk. The song breaks into a guitar led quirky, bouncy, muted tune where the vocals really take centre stage, the raspy meanderings through the verse are amazing... Continue Reading →

All Talk // Kickn’ Tunes

Prepare yourself for a massive injection of Jamiroquai-esque funk. In the current climate of fear and general uncertainty, Kickn' Tunes have put together an EP that is essentially aimed to make you move and forget about everything that's happening. To be honest, it does work. The whole EP is made of samples (love a sample)... Continue Reading →

Get Ready with Me // Lucky Iris

There is a good way and a bad way to create soft atmosphere without making a mainstream pop tune and Lucky Iris pull it off really well. It seems that they have been crafting the perfect summer indie pop beach party EP - Turns Out We Should Have Stayed At Home. Get Ready With Me... Continue Reading →

Daily Jobs // Bee Bee Sea

Why have one speed to your music? Where's the fun in sticking to established rules? Listen to this song, it's so carefree. It seems that Bee Bee Sea have been on the fringes of the mainstream for absolutely ages. Maybe that's the plan? There's no reason that I can figure that they aren't loads bigger... Continue Reading →

Chloe // Laissez Faire

Bristol seems to be the place to be. I've only been to the Zoo there and it seems that I have missed the most importants aspect - it smashes out class bands like its going out of fashion. So today, we have Laissez Faire who craft Indie Pop/Lo-Fi tunes and have been making waves on... Continue Reading →

At Full Capacity // Some Sprouts

Hailing from Germany, Some Sprouts have released the perfect tropical summer song. The soundtrack to this summer. Channelling Peace, Jamie XX and Trophy Wife vibes, Full Capacity is such an easy going chilled track, it gets in your mind and before you know it you've had it on repeat for the last hour... I really... Continue Reading →

Miracle // Loud Forest

Husband and Wife music acts are a real testament to what people can do when they are 100% made for each other. I think that making music is entirely personal and it takes a lot to actually find bandmates that you can write with and it flows. So added to that the extra weight of... Continue Reading →

Wasted // Apex

I'm getting a Bastille, Wombats or Two Door Cinema Club vibe from Apex, there is a Indie Pop perfection here. There is no holding back when it comes to experimentation, there's a strange little effect in the mid section that adds to the atmosphere - the newest single City Girls alludes to this as well,... Continue Reading →

Interview // Lock-In

Wanna Know is the newest release from Lock-In hailing from London, it's got a twang of Catfish and the Bottlemen and Pavement, with vocals that are setting into the style of Cloud Nothings. Give it a listen below, it will get trapped in your head in a good way. So to commemorate the release of... Continue Reading →

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