Single Review: Handsome // The Vaccines

February 2, 2015 // 0 Comments

One of the most sorely missed bands of recent years has finally returned, after months of hard tea cup balancing and noodle eating. After a brief spell of silence on both social media and the UK gig circuit, The Vaccines have released a video for ‘Handsome’. This is the first single off their [Read More]

My Life In Songs: Hayley Lynes

January 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

Imagine you’re a parent, asked to pick your favourite child. That’s how being a music lover asked to define your life in five songs feels and yet we make our writers do it anyway. This week the difficult task fell to Indiependent writer Hayley. Here are five tracks that define her [Read More]

Track Review: Bedsit // The Rusbies

January 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Rusbies, who describe themselves as a ‘4 piece punk-ish band” are based in Sheffield, already building up a large following there. Their new track ‘Bedsit’ is a witty, fast paced, guitar song, reminiscent of Buzzcocks. They’re the new breed of punk. ‘I don’t feel love, when [Read More]

Is Ed Sheeran Ruining British Music?

January 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

“I can’t live in a world where Ed Sheeran is headlining Wembley” Those were the words of Noel Gallagher upon hearing the news that Ed Sheeran’s run at Wembly arena had been extended to three nights, following an extremely high demand for tickets. Everyone’s favourite Britpop icon is [Read More]

Track Review: Siren In The Slums // Rawfolds

January 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

Distorted, fuzzy vocals are always a winner. This track from West Yorkshire band Rawfolds is a catchy little tune, with hints of 60s influences and a dash of The Smiths. The profound lyrics draw comparisons to Jake Bugg’s gloomy tales of urban misery… ‘Siren In The Slums’ seems to tell [Read More]

Introducing: Hinds

January 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

Name: Hinds Hometown: Madrid Download: Barn It’s probably never occurred to you that your current listening habits might be missing a Spanish female four piece, fresh from Madrid’s garage-rock scene. Now that this thought has occurred to you, allow me to introduce you to Hinds – a Spanish [Read More]

Music: The Best Of The Best Of

January 29, 2015 // 1 Comment

We all have a ‘best of CD’ somewhere in our house or car. Could be the best of S Club 7, could be the best of Oasis but we all have one. Here are our favorites!   Foo Fighters Greatest Hits  Featuring everyone’s favourite Foo Fighters’ songs, Greatest Hits is a [Read More]