Darktown Jubilee‘s new crowd pleasing single Stay, out on February 19th, is the first from debut album The World, The Devil & The Flesh, released February 25th. Driving guitars and a simple singalong chorus, this is MOR indie. If we tell you that they are from Manchester, influenced by The Temper Trap, and the trackContinue reading “Darktown Jubilee – Stay”
Released 5th November on Car Boot Records A voice like Roddy Woomble, a shoddy yet likeable rawness, a tip for the top from Steve Lamacq – City Reign seem to have all the elements that could propel them to success. Ahead of Ideas is the new single from their debut EP Numbers for Street Names,Continue reading “City Reign – Ahead of Ideas”
Released October 29th on Duchamp Records Own Designed Love is the new single from London based The ID, released on October 29th. The video synthesised various off kilter images and loops in a slightly surrealist style, an avant garde montage inspired by the work of Buneul, Dali and Cocteau, among others, all linked together by the DadistContinue reading “The I.D. – Own Designed Love”
Released December 3rd on Light Organ Records The accompanying bumph bills them as ‘intelligent, leftfield melodicism.’ What Knot In My Heart sounds like is artsy angular beats fused with dramatic keys, and synth enhanced vocals singing poetic lyrics. There’s a hint of austerity in the verses, but when the balloon shaped beats of the chorusContinue reading “The Zolas – Knot In My Heart”
Our weekly gigs are back at The King’s Head in Acton this Friday, and to celebrate the pub are giving away a free shot with every alcoholic drink purchased. Of course, it’s not just about the drinking! This week’s bands are The Switch North Wall Cosa Calum Hartley See you there!