Lovepark – How Do I See/Shudder

Released July 2nd Out this week is How Do I See/Shudder, the amazing self release debut AA-single from Love Park. The Brighton based band have worked with Charlie Andrew (Alt-J) and Sean Woodlock to produce a gorgeous stealthy tracks that build up as they beguile, and for songs of a relatively low slow pace are startlingly arresting.Continue reading “Lovepark – How Do I See/Shudder”

The ID – Age Anti Age

Released April 2nd on Duchamp Records Having just had the kind of weekend that won’t see me in years to come wanting ‘to make up for the sobriety of my youth’, I can’t currently identify with the protagonist of Age Anti Age, the new single from the London based quartet The ID, but that doesn’tContinue reading “The ID – Age Anti Age”

Big Deal – Talk

Released April 9th on Mute Records Lights Out, and its authors Big Deal, were one of It’s All Happening’s favourite discoveries  of last year, the Moshi Moshi released demo of Talk, a gently abrasive exploration of lust and longing, all the more heart wrenching in its directness. Now set for it’s full release, this three minute songContinue reading “Big Deal – Talk”

2:54 – You're Early, and announce debut album

Released April 16th, on Fiction records In 2011, 2:54 captured us at The Great Escape managing to turn Horatios on the pier into a haunting quiver of a room, , their melancholy melodies delighted us at Field Day, and we were entranced by the band at smaller gig at Corsica Studios. After the release of their EPContinue reading “2:54 – You're Early, and announce debut album”

General Fiasco – Don't You Ever

Released March 5th Some facts The feisty three piece General Fiasco are releasing their second album this summer. Previous release Waves EP featured the track The Age You Start Losing Friends which was named as Huw Stephen’s ‘Hottest Record In The World.’ He knows his shit. In an Ash-less world (or a good version of Ash at least)Continue reading “General Fiasco – Don't You Ever”