Trampolene – Money

“Whiles I am a beggar, I will rail and say there is no sin but to be rich; and being rich, my virtue then shall be to say there is no vice but beggary”, said the other bard (Shakespeare) about the subject of Trampolene’s new single ‘Money’. The message from Jack Jones, the modern dayContinue reading “Trampolene – Money”

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Easy Now

If there was an award for ‘The Unarguably and Nailed-On-Certain Biggest, Most Memorable Songwriter of The 1990s’, it would go to Noel Gallagher. If anyone’s disagreeing with that statement, nay fact, the first three Oasis albums and the Britpop legend’s forays with The Chemical Brothers will prove them undeniably wrong. So the dip in musicalContinue reading “Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Easy Now”

Sam Scherdel & Harri Larkin – Fairytale of New York

We’ve stumbled across many an artist in 2022, but Harri Larkin have been one of our clear standout faves, so who better to celebrate the festive season with? Teaming up with fellow Sheffield maestro Sam Scherdel, the yuletide troop have given an all-time December anthem a dazzlingly illuminated live makeover on their own version ofContinue reading “Sam Scherdel & Harri Larkin – Fairytale of New York”

Tennis – One Night With The Valet

Laid back indie-pop couple Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, better known by the moniker: Tennis, return to the public arena with an easy going, DIY soul groover. ‘One Night With The Valet’ packs in keyboard, drums and a fuckload of synthesiser, with Moore’s voice at it’s breathy, supernal sweetest over Riley’s immaculately unblemished production. NotContinue reading “Tennis – One Night With The Valet”

YNES – Born Loser EP

There is no upside to a brutal music industry, unstable economy and cruel political environment. No upside at all. A world where these factors weren’t in play would be an infinitely better world. Thank fuck, however, that in amongst the chaotic miasma of shite that is the modern age we still have total punk rockContinue reading “YNES – Born Loser EP”

Dead Writers – Lisa

Some bands write songs, other bands manage to inject the essence of an entire novel into a sub-five minute piece of music. London purveyors of debauch Dead Writers have managed the second feat on new single ‘Lisa’, a magnificent, vaudevillian chronicle inspired by ‘Notes From The Underground’ that recounts a Dostoevsky-style tale set in pre-revolutionContinue reading “Dead Writers – Lisa”

Bethan Lloyd – Cutting Circuits

Bethan Lloyd describes her new single ‘Cutting Circuits’ as “a celebration of relinquishing control, both internally and externally. Changing the pathways of one’s life and opening up to genuine and powerful experiences of awe” and, as peculiar as it may seem to say, you can almost feel those very things happening as the track unfurls.Continue reading “Bethan Lloyd – Cutting Circuits”

Fate Of The Sun – Hey Mate, Hey Mate!

Picture the scene: you’ve met a pal for a swift pint after work or stopped in a bar with your other half during a weekend afternoon shopping trip and you’re accosted by a total loose canon you used to go to school with or some live wire friend of a friend you had a 5Continue reading “Fate Of The Sun – Hey Mate, Hey Mate!”

Harri Larkin – Bonfire Toffee video

Back in August Sheffield trio Harri Larkin released the brilliant indie-funk fusion single ‘Bonfire Toffee’ and this weekend the group have endowed the track with a dreamy video, the directorial debut of Drastic//Automatic’s Benji Wilson. Cornish singer/guitarist Harri Tape describes: “The track is all about the excitement of new love. I was inspired by myContinue reading “Harri Larkin – Bonfire Toffee video”