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Brighton based, eclectic indie-alternative duo Thrillhouse release unveiled their debut album, “Something About This Place”. Comprising the creative forces of Sam Strawberry and Jack Nielsen, Thrillhouse invites listeners on an 11-track voyage that serves as a nostalgic throwback, as they explain: “A hark back to childhood – to simpler times, before ambition, failure and regret …

Brighton outfit Thrillhouse have an inherent ability to deliver the most buoyant and sparkling tracks that combine a degree of hyperactivity with a pop sensibility that positively shimmers. I’ve written this before and will write it again: I just cannot see for the life of me why this band isn’t bigger. They marry an accomplished …

I feel that my musical year doesn’t really start until I’ve received Thrillhouse latest offering. And their opening salvo for the year is the appropriately named single ‘Janus’, the Roman god of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages, frames, and endings. He is usually depicted as having two faces and is where the name …

The eternally enigmatic Thrillhouse have returned to the fray with another stylistic and cool track ‘It’ll Be Alright In The End’ and, as a shocking addendum, news that they will be releasing a full EP entitled ‘Wedding Disco’. The Brighton band have thrilled with a series of utterly brilliant singles – nine or so – …

With an ambition of releasing a single a month this year (did I miss some?), Thrillhouse high step in and get down with their next in line release, ‘What Next’: a funky frenetically paced dance floor filler with some filthy nasty guitar splashes and the archetypal Thrillhouse cool and wry delivery. Arched eyebrows, a knowing …

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 brightest, Thrillhouse have released another brilliant single ‘2045’ to follow their previously reviewed singles ‘Wild Child’, ‘Ready When You Are’ and ‘Lesser’. Thrillhouse have developed quite a unique sound – danceable, almost funky grooves yet with an indie vibe and an enigmatic attitude. ‘2045’ follows the code: it has a delectable groove and suave …

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 …