Heir – After Forever

Heir are a DIY-pop band from Leeds. Organic songwriting, infectious rhythmical hooks and powerful vocal harmonies have propelled the five-piece (Tom Hammond, Sam Luca, Harry Vernon, Ste Fisher, Samuel Newham) to  independent success. After Forever is a grooving pop track, delicately crafted to depict the confusion, love, sadness and promise that accompanies life as an early twenty-year-old. With chorusesContinue reading “Heir – After Forever”

Sports Team – M5

I do love a bit of audacious pop, and that’s exactly what M5 by Sports Team is. Lyrically, it introduces the character of a disgruntled motorway commuter, featuring songwriter Rob Knaggs’ pithy, sardonic observations, whereas musically it’s firey and bold, swerving and rolling with energy. A frantic voyage of crunching drums and punchy baselines, M5Continue reading “Sports Team – M5”

Natalie Prass – Sisters

Natalie Prass has shared Sisters, the second single from her upcoming album The Future and The Past, out 1 June via ATO Records. Sisters’ video is an animated art track celebrating sisterhood in all its forms. Beautifully articulate piano and rhythmic harmonies introduce the song that centres around the refrain ‘Keep your sisters close/You gotta keep your sisters closeContinue reading “Natalie Prass – Sisters”

Shitkid – 666

Bold and brave, ShitKid don’t only stand out with the name, but with this messy and brash second single 666 prove to be capable of delivering the kind of angst fuelled perfect punk tune. Clocking in at barely two minutes it grabs the listener by the scruff of the neck and drags them through whoopsContinue reading “Shitkid – 666”

The City Sound Project – Canterbury’s music festival

All too often the south east gets subsumed into London, with the assumption being that just because London is well catered for in terms of live music, everyone in Kent is as well. Sadly, it’s not the case, but every now and then the creative and artistic potential in these parts gets some buzz –Continue reading “The City Sound Project – Canterbury’s music festival”