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Relatively speaking, it hasn’t been too long since we last heard from Brighton band ME REX, the solo-project-turned-full-band spearheaded by Myles McCabe and filled out by Kathryn Woods, Phoebe Cross and Rich Mandel – all current or former members of Fresh, Cheerbleederz and Happy Accidents (seriously, those three are in so many bands) – as …

Far from outstaying their welcome and creating mundane produce, Thrillhouse‘s ambitious plan to release a new single every month is proving a fertile soil to plow. Their new single for the month of April is another very exciting piece of music, and let’s face it, in over a year of regular releases, this band has …

Brighton’s slightly mysterious but highly talented musicians, Thrillhouse, are back with another very finely crafted indie pop offering – ‘Where The Roads Don’t Go’ – that confirms their status as one of the most seriously underappreciated bands around at the moment. Thrillhouse has not easily definable style but it is a style that is unique …

Brighton’s most enigmatic and, in my humble opinion, underrated band, Thrillhouse have launched the new year with another superb single – ‘Flawed Design’. Over the past few years, Thrillhouse have released some of the most exciting and innovative music – exhibiting both a strong songwriting craft, dazzling levels of musicanship and above all a creativity …

BRIGHTON’S gorgeous rising dreampop outfit Hanya, who we last heard of back in July, when they declared hometown label Austerity Records’ Cassette Club open with their very fine Sea Shoes EP (read our review), have dropped a new single, “Monochrome”; take a listen below. “Monochrome” is an effortless glide of sweet indie pop with a …

The enigmatic and slightly mysterious Thrillhouse continue to release fantastically innovative and highly distinctive music from their lair in Brighton. Newest single, ‘The Tin Man’, has a driving, funky pace with a chorus of kids’ voices cheering in the background and a blistering wild saxophone solo. And, of course, ladles full of melody. This band …

WINTER GARDENS, the Sussex quartet beloved of a big guitar and unafraid of a grandiose statement, even this early in their career – they covered the Cocteaus’ Pearly Dewdrops-Drops on their first, hard-to-find, 7″ – have dropped a lyric video for a second track from their forthcoming Tapestry EP, which is out next month; you …

WAX MACHINE are a name you really ought to scribe on your albums wants list if you like your guitars, pyrotechnic; your spectrum, fully rainbow; your flutes, trilling. They released their debut LP, Earthsong of Silence on Beyond Beyond is Beyond in March, and it swirls with the psych colours and neckerchiefs of a London welcoming Hendrix to …

It is with great delight we feature another single from that enigmatic and mysterious Brighton band Thrillhouse. This is the third in a set of highly impressive set of singles from a band that in terms of history is punching way above its weight. ‘Ready When You Are’ and ‘Lesser’ featured echoes of Talking Heads …

BORN into musical families, Brighton duo Chappaqua Wrestling – Charlie Woods and Jake Mac – knew exactly how to respond when the coronavirus swept a scheduled summer of festival appearances down the dumper: record, record, record. As appearances at fests such as The Great Escape and Truck Festival melted into infective impossibility, they cracked on …