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Meet: The Coral’s James Skelly takes us through the inspirations for the new album ‘Coral Island’, the magic of memories, and how The Coral are the Robbie Fowler of the music industry.

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See: The monochrome video for Trevor Sensor’s ‘Chiron, Galactus’: an instant classic of mourning, cathartic Americana

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Album review: New Bums – ‘Last Time I Saw Grace’: Ben and Donovan reveal an unexpected treat

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Peckham MC & DJ Pinty recently released his debut EP ‘City Limits’ on acclaimed Rhythm Section International records, and he’s just released an accompanying video for the track. City Lights is this jazz infused breakbeat bubbler, with hints of garage in the background as it kicks in, with Pinty’s flow assured and full of description …

90’s Indie band Salad return with Under The Wrapping Paper the first single from their long awaited new studio album, The Salad Way, set for release on August 30th.  Salad stood out from the Brit Pop Scene with a loud quiet loud ethic coupled with the sultry vocals of Marijne van der Vlugt on anthems …

The Vacant Lots

Hot off the heels of their recent tour with The Dandy Warhols, The Vacant Lots are heading to Europe for headline shows and a couple support shows with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in support of their new single “Bells.” Bells is a track from the forthcoming EXIT EP released soon on A Recordings. The EP …

I would boldly say Imperial Daze are one of the most exciting and promising bands around at the moment, possibly safeguarding the future of indie pop from the limpid rubbish that dominates the charts. Taking up the mantle from bands like The Verve, Pulp and even a touch of Stone Roses, Imperial Daze released a …

Whatever your opinion of singer/songwriter Ty Segall is, one thing we can agree on is that the guy never rests. If you look up the word prolific in the dictionary there will surely be a picture of our blonde-haired garage rock icon. Just as soon as he’s dropped one album there’s another waiting in the …

Reggae/Dancehall superstar Protoje is back with his first new material ince his Grammy nominated ‘A Matter of Time’ album. It comes on the shape of a new track ‘Not Another Word’. It’s a call to arms track, a heavy in it message – learn from your mistakes, take responsibility for your actions – as it …

December saw the return, after an eight year lay off, for Graham Day & The Gaolers, when they performed at the Lexington in Islington as part of the Damaged Goods labels 30 year celebrations. It marked a rare trip to the UK for drummer Dan Eletxro and so they decamped to the studio and recorded …

The Bambi Kills are an independent sister duo from Melbourne Australia, no strangers to music Vanessa was the singer of Grunge trio ‘Valentiine’ and Elena is one half of Garage Punk’s ‘Mannequin Death Squad’ both signed to UK independent label Integrity Records. With The Bambi Kills both sisters take a more stripped back approach creating …

Ahead of the released of their debut Vinyl EP, riotous Birmingham girl fronted punks The Cosmics have released another track, Drained. The thing about The Cosmics is they’ve mastered sounding like they’re from the 60s girl band sound, strained through a messy, edgy garage punk filter. That’s because they have the melodies at heart that …

Growing up as a bored teenager, I was always slightly disappointed that (from the little I knew) only Shawaddywaddy came from the city of my birth, Leicester. Oh, and Englebert Humperdink, who my Mum claimed she once saw in a cafe. That was until I was watching the Chart Show, and suddenly these leather-trousered, Rickenbacker-toting …