2019 Singles

Me Not You – I Should Know Better (Review)

Dream-pop duo Me Not You return with brand new single “I Should Know Better”. NY based, the alternative two piece dropped the ethereal track September 18th via MNY Music. Already gathering up a reputation unlike any other, the duo toured alongside avant-garde Gary Numan on his USA and Canada tours. Channelling the inner Siouxsie Sioux,… Continue reading Me Not You – I Should Know Better (Review)

2019 Singles

White Noise Cinema – Reaction (Review)

White Noise Cinema are a six piece electronic/alt-rock outfit residing in Worcestershire. Specialising in a dark and melodic soundscape, they’ve recently released their debut single “Reaction”. Highly anticipated and living up to expectations, the intense sound that the collective portray live has certainly found its way to our speakers with great ease. If you’re into… Continue reading White Noise Cinema – Reaction (Review)

2019 Singles

Just Suppose – Shockwaves (Review)

Alternative rock outfit Just Suppose formed in Huddersfield while in their first year of university. Having played shows mainly in Manchester, the band have been building up a comfortable back catalogue of anthems. Returning with their second release of the year, ‘Shockwaves’ definitely will stun you with it’s highly energetic introduction.  Ethereal and not like… Continue reading Just Suppose – Shockwaves (Review)

2019 Singles

Insolace – Calm (Review)

Alternative rock quintet from London Insolace released their debut single “Calm” September 6th. Energised and ready for a successful career that lies ahead, the energetic collective recorded the debut single at Middle Farm Studios in Devon. Taking a slight raw approach to the recording, the personal number was tracked live.  Essentially about mental health, the… Continue reading Insolace – Calm (Review)

2019 Singles

Drop Down Smiling – Profiles (Review)

Based in the West Midlands, Drop Down Smiling are a quartet situating within the alternative rock genre. Basing their music around the rock core, they have an element of electronica through synthesisers in latest single “Profiles”. With the feeling that this track is about the depths of social media and how people can hide behind… Continue reading Drop Down Smiling – Profiles (Review)

2019 Singles

Dalmas – In Too Deep (Review)

Manchester based rock collective Dalmas are back with their latest single “In Too Deep”. It dropped on the 14th of June and has already received major praise from big names in the music industry. Collecting their stadium rock sound over time, the 90’s fused track compliments the band in a new light. With a wide… Continue reading Dalmas – In Too Deep (Review)

2019 Singles

Miss June – Best Girl (Review)

Based in New Zealand, Miss June have just returned from supporting Idles all around NZ and just announced they’ve signed to Frenchkiss Records. It’s safe to say that the band are getting the recognition that they truly deserve. “Best Girl” is their latest experiment that sounds like The Breeders had a lovechild with Sonic Youth.… Continue reading Miss June – Best Girl (Review)

2019 Singles

JOG – Driftwood (Review)

Released Friday 10th May via Sun Turtle Records, please welcome Gerald James aka JOG. Here with his debut EP ‘Driftwood’, the four track EP was recorded straight to tape by David McAulay (Mogwai, King Creosote), and mastered by Joseph Carra (King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard). From just saying those names in the same sentence,… Continue reading JOG – Driftwood (Review)

2019 Singles

Marble Tides – Little Lies (Review)

Marble Tides are a collective from Bournemouth combining a cinematic soundscape of Indie Rock and Alternative Rock to create their original vision. Known for being a band that match their live shows with studio quality, their sound is described as a blend of 'The Smiths meets The Editors’.  With a blooming contract of thick layers… Continue reading Marble Tides – Little Lies (Review)

2019 Singles

Standing Like Statues – Forest (Review)

Alternative Rock quintet Standing Like Statues are located in Cambridgeshire. Back with their first single after a short hiatus, the wait was definitely worth it. Bringing forward the highly anticipated “Forest”, we get to hear the band in a more mellow atmosphere. Known for energetic and adrenaline pumped live performances, the latest single features the… Continue reading Standing Like Statues – Forest (Review)