It's All Happening: The Christmas Collection

Oslo’s given London a Christmas tree every year since 1947. Balthazar brought the little baby Jesus some gold. 27% of of men are hoping they’ll receive socks (according to TK Maxx). It’s All Happening want to go one better and bring you the ultimate festive gift – It’s All Happening: The Christmas Collection. Some ofContinue reading “It's All Happening: The Christmas Collection”

Everyone's loving Secret Rivals' Once More With Heart

We know it’s great. Secret Rivals are aware that it rocks. Trend setters are always ahead of the crowd, and now the rest of the musical community is starting to catch up, streaming, mixing and sharing the new single Once More With Heart, which will be released as a double A side with I Know SomethingContinue reading “Everyone's loving Secret Rivals' Once More With Heart”

Secret Rivals – Make Do And Mend

Out 15th September, on HasLegs Records. Reviewed by Francesca Baker.  The mp3 player automatically files Make Do And Mend as indie pop but to file Secret Rivals away as another melodic band with saccharin sweet guitars would be reductionist, not to mention wrong. Comparisons to Los Campesinos will never be removed, the oscillating melodies, conversantContinue reading “Secret Rivals – Make Do And Mend”

Secret Rivals – Start Fires

Kittiwake Records Michael Huggins When listening to Secret Rivals’ debut EP you instantly get the sense that they enjoy writing their music. The upbeat feel to each song, especially the first track ‘It Would Be Colder Here Without You’, catches you and pulls you in, and mood permitting even makes you break into a smile.Continue reading “Secret Rivals – Start Fires”

February, April and May..

Sat 21st May was the first It’s All Happening night at The Gallery Cafe, opened by Abi Murraywho’s sassy soul has wowed us before and earned her slots at prestigious venues such as a headline slot at Camden’s Proud Galleries. Massive thanks, and we hope your Mum’s birthday went well! The second act of the night wereContinue reading “February, April and May..”