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Planting their feet firmly in church of melodic indie folk are Devon five piece (now relocated to London) Tors. Included in their number are brothers Matt and Theo, grandsons of Burt ‘Guitar Wizard’ Weedon, who recorded with the likes of Adam Faith and Billy Fury, toured with Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland and influenced, through …

Manchester welcomed Lucy Rose Parton back in its bosom and Backseat Mafia was there to catch her on the first night of her Autumn, U.K. dates. The venue’s Lucy’s dressing room backstage at Academy 3. We’re nervous but also excited about meeting her. She released new album “Work It Out” in July to generally favourable …

Brother in Arms, the new single from Virgina five piece Annabelle’s Curse, immediately has this warm fuzzy indie-folk feeling about it. Maybe its the bass, that rumbles along underneath everything, maybe its the lilting nature of it, shuffling from one chord to another during the verse, maybe its the lovely harmonies that sweep over the …

London based, but born in Rye, Sussex, Samuel Ford has been performing only a short time, but he’s spent his life immersing himself in music. Ahead of his debut EP, out on July 28th, we managed to persuade him to take time out from performing at Live at Leeds, to record us a couple of …

Bonxie Album Artwork

Oxford four-piece Stornoway are back with a new album called ‘Bonxie’, released on 13th April through Cooking Vinyl. It’s the first of Stornoway’s albums to take the services of a producer, their previous releases being very much DIY efforts, but not DIY in quality I hasten to add. The producer in question is none other …

Last time we heard from C Duncan, it was when our interest was peeked when we heard his track ‘For’. Now the Glasgow song-songwriter is back with a new single, ‘Say’ taken from his forthcoming debut album, due out this Summer. As with its predecessor, it was lovingly recorded at home by C Duncan, who …

It’s not often I taken notice of a drummer. In general, drummers hang about with drummers, talking about cymbals and other stuff mere musicians don’t understand (probably like unintentionally slowing down, and wrist injuries. and that) but this particular drummer, let’s call him Carl, for the purposes this article, and the fact that that’s his …