COASTS

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The internet does funny things with geography. I first heard COASTS on Sunset’s Lay Me Down tape (which you should definitely download). Oceans is three and a half minutes of sun-soaked brilliance. I figured Sunset had picked up… Continue reading

Story Books

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Story Books should have made their way onto this page months ago. Fortunately, they’re here now. It’s a interesting, if ridiculous notion that we feel as though we’re  late to post on Story… Continue reading

Sir Sly

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Sir Sly remind me of The Neighbourhood. Whoa, what? Starting an introductory feature with a comparison? Well, yes. It’s not a bad thing as much as it is a great example of the way in which sounds and perhaps more importantly, sounds in vogue get picked up by the indie radar. Both bands share the same melancholy, and also the same contrasting pop sensibilities. Oh yeah, and both are great.

Josh Kumra

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Josh Kumra first hit the scene back in 2011. He landed with a splash. More specifically, at number one with Don’t Go. It was a collaboration with Wretch 32 and a hard act to follow.… Continue reading

Everything Everything – Arc/Live

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Everything Everything were one of  the first bands we ever interviewed. You may think that is more indicative of our youth than their maturity. Not necessarily. Arc shows just how much a band can grow up… Continue reading

To Kill A King – Cannibals With Cutlery

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“A cannibal with cutlery is a cannibal still” sings Ralph Pelleymounter on the eponymous track from To Kill A King’s debut album. It’s not hard to see that as a commentary on modern… Continue reading

The 1975 Interview

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On an unreasonably cold evening in mid February, we had the opportunity to meet up and have a chat with indie quartet The 1975 ahead of their Cambridge show. These guys are one… Continue reading

Kodaline – High Hopes/Live

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Kodaline were first featured here back in October. Since then they’ve sound-tracked Google’s 2012 Zeitgeist, featured on the BBC Sound Of 2013 long list and been snapped up by Sony. Its been a… Continue reading

Holy Esque

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Pain and music have always had an inspiring relationship. It’s an emotion, and its provocative. It’s something we struggle to come to terms with, and that’s probably why music draws so much power… Continue reading

George Ezra

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Looks can be deceiving. George Ezra is a reminder of that. You would never match his face to his voice. Young, blonde and fresh-faced to wise, dark and gravelly. Its the sort of voice… Continue reading

Something For The Weekend – Chesus

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Hi all, Here today in an attempt to win over your hearts again after a long hiatus. Introducing you to the Welsh wonder, the ‘C’ in C.R.S.T, Chesus. His solo work is a… Continue reading

Sivu

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MRI scanners are incredible aren’t they? A technology made possible today by advances made by NASA in order to better study the surface of the moon, in the self perpetuating global competition of… Continue reading