You may have seen my review of a track called Pink Dogs here. If so, you’ll know of the talented band, Cross Wires, and you’ll be happy to hear about their new single I Want Radio. It’s the other half of the Double A-side single which explains the similar punk feel to it.
Being a fan of The Last Shadow Puppets (TLSP) for a few years now, I’d been anticipating July 16th since the moment I brought tickets. A disco ball, Johnny “Fucking” Marr and an amazing set list. I was expecting something special with it being the last night on the tour but this was exceptional.
Jason Staddon, James Deeny, Steve Biggs and Harry Greenway make up the band from Cardiff, Joby. Their new single Sixes and Zeros is a melodious piece of evidence proving that this band deserve more recognition.
From The Cave are a 5 piece alternative band from London and released their debut EP in April earlier this year. The self titled record consists of 5 songs that all bring something different and interesting, which shows just how talented the group are.
Stockholm based artist, POKAL, has brought a melodious sound to the table in the form of his delicious new single, Some Time. The distinct tone of the music is amazing and somewhat reminds me of Mac Demarco.
Soundtrack of the Scallwags is the debut EP from Leicester based band, The Blems. The lads have been influenced by the likes of Jamie T and The Streets which helps to create a terrific sound on this record.
The Everglows are a trio from East London, consisting of Andy Smith, Ray Brodick and Steve Perkins. After forming in 2013, the band have managed to create a sound that will take you on a journey back to the 60’s.