The sound of a sack on nails stuck inside a washing machine spinning at 1800 RPM. Full of fucked up casio keyboards.
Place yourself alone on a grassy knoll to gaze into a sunny sky of billowing clouds of white vapour. You want a calming soundtrack for company; you need The Silver Reserve, their self-titled psychedelic debut
Three years ago Public Service Broadcasting released ‘The Race for Space’ and I became obsessed with it. It made me feel like I was a child watching the developments of the space race between the
A debut album should always be a special thing; often it’s more heart than head, born out of adversity and raw excitement. This is especially true with albums such as this, written and released across
I first became aware of Hull based four-piece LIFE when they were personally recommended to the audience at this years Live At Leeds Festival by IDLES. Lead singer Joe Talbot said “They are like us,
Taking the name from a track on Arab Strap’s 1998 “Philophobia” album, One Day After School is a project by Wakefield musician Dean Freeman. “The Invisible Anchor”, their inaugural release, comes not so hot on
Since the release of their debut EP, “This Weeks Been Hell”, Huddersfield based Knuckle have grown, not only in terms of adding an extra member but with a more cultured style. Now a three-piece, with
Imagine yourself overlooking the New York City skyline at sunset, cocktail in hand in a rooftop bar… that’s what this EP feels like. The foursome’s debut EP is punching way beyond their hometown of Bath.
Long-standing, Leeds indie heroes The Pigeon Detectives released their fifth studio album, ‘Broken Glances’, on 24th of February this year. This comes nearly four years since their last release and you can see just how
There’s no surprise Hull has been made the City of Culture this year, with great bands arising from the city almost every week. Cannibal Animal, though not new, are one of Hull’s finest at the