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May 4, 2020

The sophomore record can be an exciting one for bands to tackle. With the initial debut out in the world and a familiarity established, the follow-up can encourage a time to push boundaries.

With that mind, three years have gone by since Diet Cig’s debut record was released and now their sophomore full-length is here to brighten your day. After plenty of time on the road, the New York duo took some time to work on the follow up to their 2017 endea...

April 16, 2020

Brighton quartet, Wild Cat Strike, are following up on their debut full-length release Rhubarb Nostalgia with some fresh sounds in the form of new EP, Mustard Coloured Years. They make a step in the right direction with their accomplished unique blend of genres, further building on what they have already shared.

The first single to have manifested from the EP is ’Mustard’; a diverse offering, following a unique structure of its own. Lyrically star...

March 27, 2020

Growing talent is everywhere. With such a high saturation of bands and artists in the alternative environment, it can be hard to shine. UK-based artist Lizzy Farrall is one to look out for. Previously sharing stages with the likes of Trash Boat, Can’t Swim and The Story So Far, just to name a few, Lizzy has been making her way into the ears of many. The expansion continues with the release of debut full-length album, Bruise.

It all kicks off with...

February 27, 2020

The ever-expanding rock genre has been continuing to shift and broaden thanks to many rising bands who are unafraid to take a risk or do things outside the usual mould. London two-piece and best friends Nova Twins are one of the latest breakthrough acts to find themselves in a genre of their own. Constructed in a sonic world found in amongst rock, grime, DIY, punk and everything in between, Nova Twins continue to spread the word of their individu...

January 27, 2020

Copenhagen-based trio Nelson Can have been enhancing their own spin on the DIY music sector since their formation in 2011. The group’s newest endeavour comes in the form of sophomore full-length record, So Long Desire. Marking their first album in six years and three years since the arrival of EP3, the ten track offering shows off an assembly of influences and genres.

Their mix of influences and headstrong attitudes are not the only unique aspects...

November 15, 2019

A solo venture can be an exciting one. The commencement of Lande Hekt’s own venture lies in the form of debut EP Gigantic Disappointment. Widely known for her part in the loveable indie rock trio Muncie Girls, Lande experiments with 80’s influences for a fresh perspective on what we’ve heard from her previously.

Recorded during a time in Australia with Ben David of The Hard Aches, the seven track EP takes a route away from the norm and into a more...

October 25, 2019

Recognising the roots of a band can be a rewarding journey to see how far they have come and commend previous accomplishments. And that’s exactly what Slow Crush are doing with their latest release. Following their debut full-length album Aurora in 2018, the Belgian shoegazers are re-releasing the EP that started it all for them: Ease.

Their ability to transport listeners to faraway landscapes during the duration of each track exhibits their ease...

September 27, 2019

Since their formation in 2014, London based acid rockers Swedish Death Candy have been heavily layering their sounds to create their own works of musical art. Now, following their 2017 self-titled debut, the four-piece are ready to share their sophomore album Are You Nervous?.

Hand selecting the right tones and ideas allows each track to stand out in their own way. The opening track from the new album, ‘Interstellar Love Machine’ wastes no time in...

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