2020 Singles

The Dylan Marshall Project – Alone (Review)

Lee Richardson aka The Dylan Marshall Project is set to release 12 tracks across 2020. As the solo vessel for Dead Dads Club frontman Lee Richardson, The Dylan Marshall Project allows space to produce songs that wouldn’t sit well in the DDC catalogue. Lee plays gigs all across the West Midlands in Dead Dads Club… Continue reading The Dylan Marshall Project – Alone (Review)

2019 Singles

The Lizards – Plastic Dream (Review)

Psych-garage rock quartet The Lizards were formed back in 2015 and draw the 60’s psychedelic movement as a main influence for their sound. Returning with their last single of 2019, “Plastic Dream” soars into a realm of colour. Drawing similarities to the likes of Tame Impala and even the experimental bunch King Gizzard & the… Continue reading The Lizards – Plastic Dream (Review)

2019 EPs

Penny Betts – Penny Betts (Review)

Surrey based Penny Betts storm onto the scene with their debut self titled EP. Fuelled with heartfelt songwriting and hypnotic melodies, there’s essences of Arctic Monkeys meets Tame Impala in the EP. Fused with a reverb-soaked soundscape, Penny Betts create a calming yet energised front that depends on exactly how you listen to it. It’s… Continue reading Penny Betts – Penny Betts (Review)

2019 Singles

Jamila & The Other Heroes – Aliens In My Bed (Review)

Released December 13th via Springstoff, “Aliens In My Bed” is the next single from international psychedelic funk-rock band Jamila & The Other Heroes. Taken off their upcoming album “Sit El Kon (The Grandmother of the Universe), which is set for release January 31st, the Berlin based outfit bring many influences from the Middle East, Latin… Continue reading Jamila & The Other Heroes – Aliens In My Bed (Review)

2019 Singles

The Calls – A Change Is Gonna Come Round Here (Review)

The Calls are back with their latest single ‘A Change Is Gonna Come Around Here’. Released October 4th via Atomic Records, the single illustrates frustration of the growing dystopia world that evolves around us. As a live fan favourite for some time, hearing the single recorded in the studio has made many fans happy. Mixing… Continue reading The Calls – A Change Is Gonna Come Round Here (Review)

2019 Singles

Panaviscope – Kiss Yourself to Death (Review)

Electro-pop artist Panaviscope shares new single “Kiss Yourself to Death”. Signed to How Bad Pretty Bad, the swiss visual artist’s track was mixed by Yvan Bing (Gwen Stefani, Phil Collins, Wu-Tang Clan) and mastered by Mike Marsh (Daft Punk, The Chemical Brothers, Depeche Mode). Alex Duloz aka the man behind the mask brings a whole… Continue reading Panaviscope – Kiss Yourself to Death (Review)

2019 Singles

Acid Vision – Little Moon (Review)

Acid Vision formed late 2018 and gigged from the start of the year before taking a break shortly after releasing their debut EP in March. After their former bassist left, the band started to focus on improving their songwriting and play a different style of music to what they normally would have. Released August 9th,… Continue reading Acid Vision – Little Moon (Review)

2019 Singles

Stanley Duke and the Kindred Spirits – Collagen (Review)

Stanley Duke from Lost Dawn returns with a brand new project - Stanley Duke & The Kindred Spirits. Theatrical and psychedelic, the collective fuse rock and roll with a pop twist. Their first single “Collagen” dropped July 26th and has been proving that this new concept for Stanley is capturing his true vision.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unVKRqN6KKc Delivering… Continue reading Stanley Duke and the Kindred Spirits – Collagen (Review)

2019 Singles

Good Foxy – Into Tomorrow (Review)

Getting recognition over radio and from their live shows, Good Foxy are stepping “Into Tomorrow” with the infectious, psychedelic number. Their music takes inspiration from artists such as Tame Impala, The Doors and Unknown Mortal Orchestra to name a few. Known for their versatile gigs of acoustic shows and electric sets, they’ve played festivals such… Continue reading Good Foxy – Into Tomorrow (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)