I caught up with Leeds based L.H.B on the launch of her new album Down Yonderland, a spirited and modern blend of ambient electronics and pop makes for a chilled listen of lush tunes. When and why did you start making music? I have been singing since I can remember. Both my Granny and MumContinue reading “Introducing…L.H.B”

The Lutras – Fight Night

Scottish indie-rockers, The Lutras, return with their full-throttle single Fight Night, an energetic piece of punky rock that evokes classic British guitar melodies and fuzzing riffs. It simmers along, before building to a firey crescendo, boldly putting itself out there. The Dumfries band, consisting of Ben Clements (vocals), Thomas Gillan (guitar), Danny Heron (bass) and Finlay Maxwell (drums)Continue reading “The Lutras – Fight Night”

Shopping – Initiative

Angular pop tunes with a plasticky feel are what Shopping have made their own, and new single Initiative is no different. A jubilant feel underpinned by eighties synths and pulsing beats, it has a belligerent feel that ripples along with a vibrant trajectory. The band are now four albums in (All Or Nothing is outContinue reading “Shopping – Initiative”

Squirrel Flower – Red Shoulder

Squirrel Flower (he moniker of Ella O’Connor Williams ) has announced her debut album I Was Born Swimming, out January 31st on Full Time Hobby. First single Red Shoulder is a melancholic and atmospheric stunner, that simmers with potency, all soulful guitars, haunting vocals, and crashing choruses. Squirrel Flower’s music is steely and confident, atContinue reading “Squirrel Flower – Red Shoulder”

Polica – Forget Me Now

Rousing, defiant, exciting and vigorous, Polica have shared their new single Forget Me Now. From its sparse opening to melodic verses and more intense interludes and rhythmic chorus, it’s the second song off new album When We Stay Alive, due January 31st via Memphis Industries. ”Forget Me Now’ is letting off some steam. It’s aboutContinue reading “Polica – Forget Me Now”