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Track: Polychrome – Final Kiss

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Live Review: Tess Parks + Anton Newcombe @ Oslo, London 18.07.15

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Louis and the Shakes have been creating a very pleasant sonic disturbance in the atmosphere with a run of blistering explosive singles that have brought the razor edge back into rock’n’roll and injected the genre with some very refreshing verve and vivacity. We are therefore very honoured to give you an exclusive early listen to …

Backseat Mafia are thrilled to be officially delivering to you the official video premiere of Doubt Me, the clip which accompanies the latest track from London jazz/pop outfit Tenacity. The group just last week kicked off their exciting debut album journey with the exhilarating, catchy alt-pop anthem, which first premiered on BBC Introducing and is …

‘You Shaped Hole’, the new single from Baby Queen – the moniker of Bella Latham – is a fabulous sparkling piece of pure unadulterated pop that shimmers and shakes with a melodic shine and yet deals with the most painful effects of heartbreak. This creates a dynamic tension between the delivery and the message – …

London-based trio Puppy have just released a stunning single with video entitled ‘Angel’ that fuses a thundering Smashing Pumpkins spine to a framework of sparkling Beach Boys harmonies. The dark themes that pervade the lyrics add another gothic dimension to this layer of contradictions, and creates a whole that is immeasurably satisfying and quite unique. …

When the musician and experimental hip hop iconoclast 03CAS emigrated from South Africa to the United Kingdom, he landed at London’s Heathrow Airport with little more than the clothes on his back. “It was the first time I was on a plane,” recalled the artist, born Caleb Mateus, as he recently recounted his early days …

Flaw Flower is the exciting debut LP from London-based musician Zoee, out now via Illegal Data. The new, solo record follows previous collaborations with Joe Goddard of Hot Chip and hyper-pop collective PC Music, as well as prior single releases via Ryan Hemsworth’s Secret Songs imprint and Vegyn’s label Plz Make It Ruins. Over the …

In the week that John Myrtle’s debut album Myrtle Soup has released, the weather has shifted from blistering sun to pouring rain. There are drops tapping on my window as I hear Myrtle’s soft voice, promising me better days in his glittering ‘Ballad of the Rain’. After playing it a few more times, I can …

Louis and the Shakes have an unerring ability to create gyrating dance hall fillers that create disturbances in the atmosphere. After blasting away the cobwebs last April with ‘Losing My Mind‘, the band is back with ‘On One’: a track that eases just ever so slightly on the brakes but turns up the dirty, scuzzy …

London-based duo lilo may only now be getting started in earnest, but the creative partnership between Christie Gardner and Helen Dixon stretches back a decade. You may even have heard some of their music – the lilo’s singles club EP arrived in February, collecting the batch of songs the pair released last year on a …

Building up the anticipation for their new album entitled ‘Blue Weekend’, scheduled for release on 11 June via Liberator Music / Dirty Hit, the terrific Wolf Alice have released a second single ‘Smile’, following the release of ‘The Last Man On Earth’ earlier this year (see our review here). ‘Smile’ is inspired by singer Ellie Rowsell’s refusal to …