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Solidarity not Silence is a campaign raising money for the legal costs of a group of women who are fighting a defamation claim made against them, after each of them spoke up about their accuser’s alleged abuse of women. A number of his former partners, as well as feminist musicians who spoke out in support, …

Brighton fuzz pop quartet Beach Riot are currently bunkered down in the studio working on a body of new material (their first since the 2018 Beach Riot EP), the band share the video for their new single ‘Wrong Impression’ Inspired by the 8-bit computer games of the ‘80s and ‘90s, the video for the single follows the band’s previously released Instagram …

Alcopop! Records have announced that they have signed London based Japanese alternative-rockers Bo Ningen and will release their fourth studio album Sudden Fictions in the Spring. To celebrate the signing, the band have revealed their new single ‘B.C.’ which comes from the forthcoming LP and it will be released on limited edition clear 7”. It …

The ever brilliant Alcopop! Records have come up with their own delightfully skewed version of a Record Store Day 2020 release. As the label say “So often referred to as the home of the major label reissue and the £19 one track 7”…but here in our little indie corner of the world we’re shaking things …

Brighton fuzz pop band Beach Riot have signed to one of the coolest record labels out there right now Alcopop! and release new single Tune In, Drop Out. Tune In, Drop Out continues the bands run of infectious riff laden singles following up from Stuck Inside and Robot. Huge scuzzy guitars compete with sweet  harmonies from …

It would appear some of my fondest memories of Auckland (New Zealand, Aotearoa) have managed to follow me to Backseat Mafia. I recall there was a buzz about a band from over the ditch (Australia. Just Australia) about a noisy three-piece who were of the Blood Brothers ilk. A little bit dance-punk, a touch of …

Stalwarts of their local DIY scene, Weirds are stepping out and gearing up to reveal themselves to the UK. For those of us that have already had the pleasure, we can attest to the fact that Weirds are one of the most exciting bands around, anywhere, right now. When these boys hit the stage passion, …