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One word can be used to describe Minor Pieces new release – Rothko and that is beautiful. The duo of Ian William Craig and Missy Donaldson together under the name Minor Pieces are due to release their debut album titled ‘The Heavy Steps of Dreaming” since getting together in 2017. Some might be already familiar …

Hartlepool Live I what seems a wonderful trend and a great way to bring a little money into their town councils are jumping onto the day festival and showcasing the local talent. Its a great day for fans and bands a like. For a low fee fans get to see great bands they love and …

New Zealand trio Mermaidens have just released their recent track I Might Disappear from 3rd full length record Look me in the eye. A female focused record in the style of Warpaint and the Queen herself PJ Harvey. Uniquely the band have two front woman and each have an equal share in the creative process …

Love or hate them the never ending indulgent talent of Belle and Sebastian is thankfully still with us. They are a band that takes the craft of songwriting seriously and have a wealth of great albums behind them. There new release is a soundtrack to the film Days of the Bagnold Summer and features old …

Editors have recently released some in music in the form of a single titled Frankenstein. With a hint of dance and distorted vocals you would be forgiving if you didn’t recognise The Editors on Frankenstein as the same band that wrote the likes of Sparks and Munich. There’s still that voice but they have changed …

Alright are a fuzzy pop trip from Charlotte, North Carolina. They bring their infectious, bright garage-y tunes to the Midwest, Canada and the North East. You can also check out their impressive back catalogue on all good streaming sites. Alternating between vocal cooing and crunching chords, On the Outs is a little pop gem with …

Like a Norwegian happy pill, Remington Super 60 are back with a new release titled Indie pop for kids vol.1. Its joyful, bouncy and almost childish in the way that only Europeans can be. With titles like Robo learned to whistle and Plastic Duck, it’s not music to take seriously, but has a lovely DIY …

The wonderful thing about music I find is the ability to transport you to a time. Whether it was the first time you heard it, back when we all still bought CDs, or how it can transport you back in time with a feeling or a sense that defined an era. Kids in the dark, …

Two tracks that were previously only available on a Record Store Day limited 7″ have now finally been released onto all good (and probably otherwise) streaming services. Slightly biased here but I can’t help it. I love Julien Baker and she can do no wrong. She has that ability to stop time and grab all …