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Wesley Gonzalez first hit the scene in 2005 at the age of 15 as part of indie rock band ‘Let’s Wrestle’, who went on to release three full length records over a period of 10 years. After ‘Let’s Wrestle’ called it a day in 2015, Gonzalez wasted no time in getting cracking with his solo …

Rafferty has constructed a collection of ten songs that work as both a great piece of work but also a piece of archive material as he looks back on his life in and around music starting with the album opener ‘One Last Saturday Night’ a song he originally wrote in 2011 about the feeling of …

with the release of their EP ‘A wealth of evolution’ due to drop on June 5th via Moshi Moshi Records, Sunderland post-punks Roxy Girls have released ‘Dirtier’, taken from that release. After this drum led opening that sets Dirtier as something a bit left of the field, it bursts into action, not so much hanging …

Promo image of Girl Ray for Show Me More single

Girl Ray reveal their synth side for their second album and share the video for new single ‘Show Me More’. Following their brilliant debut Earl Grey, The North London trio of Poppy Hankin, Iris McConnell and Sophie Moss have announced the release of their eagerly-awaited second album Girl (out 8 November via Moshi Moshi). Recorded …

Flamingods are a four-piece, multi-instrumental, multi-cultural band who originally met and formed in Bahrain & now call London home. The band was founded by Kamal Rasool and now consists of Rasool, Sam Rowe, Charles Prest & Karthik Poduval. The group puts a focus on exploration and experimentation, often taking influence from different cultures around the world by …

Ahead of the release of his fifth album, The Boombox Ballads, out on August 14th through Moshi Moshi, Sweet Baboo aka Stephen Black has released a video for his latest single, Got to hang on to you, which comes out the same day as his album. Black describes Got to hang on to you as …

Happyness Band Photo

If you were lucky enough to have caught South London trio Happyness in one of their support slots for Slow Club in February or JAWS at the start of March then you’ll know what a great band they are. I managed to catch them at their gig at Queen’s Social Club in Sheffield and they looked …

With a name like Great Big Flamingo Burning Moon, you would expect The Wave Pictures’ incredible 14th studio album to be quite exuberant. But really, Great Big Flamingo Burning Moon is less bells and whistles and more straight talking Bluesy Rock. The Wave Pictures have taken a modernist blues sound and mixed it with lyrical …

It’s turning into a busy year for Williamsburg Brooklyn’s Au Revoir Simone. Thy recently announced am European tour, taking place in February, and passing through the UK for some dates, including anNME awards show at London’s The Garage. The band, Erika Forster, Annie Hart and Heather D’Angelo, have always been a band close to our …