Bryde – Honey

Girls and guitars are either described as angry or gentle – the binary divides that exist in much of our lives plays out even when it comes to music. But Bryde is both fierce and fragile, and on new single Honey she echoes early PJ Harvey, more upbeat and intense than her previous single Wait.Continue reading “Bryde – Honey”

Me And My Drummer – Easy On Me

Dreampop duo Me And My Drummer have just released their new album Love Is A Fridge on Sinnbus, and with it he new video for Easy On Me. Atmospheric dancing and a possessively haunting vibe, it bristles with power in the beats and delicacy in the vocals, clashing pop, dance and electro in a deliriouslyContinue reading “Me And My Drummer – Easy On Me”

ISLES – Bury ME

New London four piece ISLES have recently shared their latest single Bury Me, a piece of dreamy fuggy indie pop that glistens solemnly. Amber’s melancholy vocals float over Luke, Miles and Oliver’s upbeat guitars and delicate rhythms in a sound evocative of Orange Juice or The Pastels. Arty to the core the 75% northern bandContinue reading “ISLES – Bury ME”

The Drink – The Coming Rain

Angular punk, glitchy electronic pulsing and airy vocals all combine on The Drink‘s new single The Coming Rain. The genre splicing track is the first off new album┬áCapital and it’s as electic and spinning as anything from their debut. Indie pop hurls along under spiky riffs and is peppered with intense beats as the trackContinue reading “The Drink – The Coming Rain”

Sea Witches – Stars

Four piece Liverpool band Sea Witches make dirty pop music that simmers and seethes with an attractive malevolence. Punchy as well as expansive, they have a certain eighties goth vibe about them, as well as the ‘Epic angst disco’ that Jo recently revealed they are aiming for. New single Stars is brooding and full ofContinue reading “Sea Witches – Stars”