• First Listen: Neville Staple – Down My Own Street

    Having fully shed the musical legacies of Specials and Fun Boy Three, vocalist Neville Staple firmly plants his flag on the soil that is modern music with his new single titled “Down My Own Street”. And while he has fully shed those musical ties to his famous past it’s still undeniable that

  • First Listen: Someday – Clean Couch

    Starting out with a beautiful piano / guitar duet, Someday’s new track titled “Clean Couch” wastes no time after that kicking in to a lush and layered rhythm with a soaring yet soothing melodic vocal floating over a consistent hook proving, once again, that indie is where the future lay.

  • First Listen: The Hurt – Sleeping

    ‘Sleeping’ is an epic and brooding masterpiece. Co-written by Rikki Turner (Paris Angels) and Stephen Evans of Cabbage, the song is dark and beautifully sinister; Lo-fi American Gothic meets Cave and Cohen. Turner’s baritone is commanding yet vulnerable, perfectly complimented by the eerily beautiful backing vocals of Jaq Gallier against

  • First Listen: Kaleido – Die Tryin’

    Detroit based rock band Kaleido has released the third single, “Die Tryin,” off of their upcoming debut album, Experience. Recorded at The Pipeyard Studio in Plymouth, MI, Experience is due to release May 19th, 2017. Detroit claims a long line of musical trendsetters. Perhaps there’s something in the water, or

  • First Listen: The Rah’s – Sweet Talker

    The Rah’s have solidly taken the reigns from mainstream pop-rock with their new single titled “Sweet Talker”. The track is a boisterous stomp-beat journey into the mind of great songwriting. The band seamlessly backs the soothing yet rebellious vocals of front-man Jack McLeod by giving him the stage he needs to get

  • First Listen: The History of Colour TV – As Gray As Park Can Be

    The History of Colour TV deliver a dirty yet melodic mess of beautiful chord progressions and interwoven hooks in their new track titled “As Gray As Park Can Be”, off of their new album “Something Like Eternity”. The song is a start, stop, and go type of song with lush

  • First Listen: Partisan – Ashes

    Formed in Manchester in 2013, Partisan are a Rock band who are committed to their cause. Their punchy, bold and unflinching anthems are taking authentic Rock back into the mainstream, evidenced by their ever increasing fanbase. The band are Stuart Armstrong (lead vocals and guitar), Dan Albon (bass) and Leo

  • First Listen: West of the Sun – Compromise

    West Of The Sun are an indie rock band formed in Derby, 2013. Their story began in a flat above a pub in Derby when lead singer Luke met fellow university student and guitarist/songwriter Michael, the pair bonding almost instantly over everything from bands such as the Doors and Interpol

  • First Listen: The Moon Kids – Forever Blue / Something Spectacular

    Hitting the sweet spot between The Small Faces, The La’s and Blossoms, Scottish Psych-Pop outfit The Moon Kids are shooting for the stars. The band’s latest single ‘Forever Blue’ – a sunshine-drenched slice of 21st century Indie attitude – is the latest salvo in a series of white hot releases

  • First Listen: The Probes – Komorebi

    The Probes are a four piece band from Liverpool; Jack Greene on vocals and guitar, Justin Foreman on bass guitar, Elliot Ferguson on drums and Ray Badger, son of The La’s founder member Mike Badger, on lead guitar. The band, who have already got a tour with Liverpudlian icons Echo

  • First Listen: Analogue Wave – Hope

    Dark, introspective, harmonic, yet dissonant. This is the new single “Hope” from Irish electronicas Analogue Wave. Sparking imagery of sonic industrial and vivid pop, Hope scratches the surface of your listening capacities and leaves you with something to remember. About Analogue Wave Analogue Wave is an Irish-based electronic duo, mixing dub

  • First Listen: Earthset – Flush

    Italy’s Earthset have always had the uncanny ability to pleasantly surprise me with every release. I still listen to “rEvolution of the Species” on a regular basis. And their interview with us was just as revealing artistically. And now they are about to release “Popism” in March. This will definitely

  • First Listen: Blueprint Blue – You and Me

    Blueprint Blue discovered ‘You and Me’ and the incredible story behind the song, when Mairead Nash, manager of Florence and the Machine, asked the band to perform at her wedding. Originally recorded in 1970 by long forgotten soul band Penny and Quarters, ‘You and Me’ came to prominence in 2010

  • First Listen: Jackson Legg – OverEasy (She’s Always)

    Lancashire based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jackson Legg began writing songs when he was in his early twenties and living in London. Having already written a novel, Legg found that putting words to music felt more natural and began to record his compositions in a home studio. Finding a list of

  • First Listen: Save Ferris – New Sound

    On the eve of releasing their new EP (“Checkered Past”, out February 10), and on the heels of their massive comeback attack, Ska-Punk pioneers Save Ferris have sustained their triumphant return with a taste of things to come, and that taste is “New Sound”, collaborating with none other than Neville

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