The Beths – Future Me Hates Me

The Beths – Future Me Hates Me

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What do you get when you take some university jazz students and a former folk singer and put them in a band together? If you guessed guitar pop perfection then I’d suspect you’ve already heard The Beths debut album Future Me Hates Me. Hailing from Auckland New Zealand, The Beths were first introduced to the […]

Sobs – Telltale Signs

Sobs – Telltale Signs

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The on the far side of the world lies a small record label in Singapore called Middle Class Cigars. With only four artists on their roster so far they’ve managed to put Singapore on the map for producing outstanding young bands. Their latest release comes by way of Sobs‘ debut album Telltale Signs. Sobs are […]

Summer Singles: Part 1

Summer Singles: Part 1

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Summer is halfway over already and maybe you’ve been busy enjoying the pool and barbecues too much to notice all of the brilliant singles released so far.  If so, you’re in luck because we’ve rounded up ten great songs that came up on our radar in June and July:   “Telltale Signs” – Sobs Singapore […]

Young Scum S/T & Interview

Young Scum S/T & Interview

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Last year while trying book my band a show in Richmond I was furiously searching the Internet for some exciting bands to share the stage with. Richmond is a medium sized city about 100 miles south of Washington DC and isn’t particularly well known to the outside world. I never did manage to get my […]

Snail Mail – Lush

Snail Mail – Lush

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Bedroom diary confessionals in indie music can be a risky path for a songwriter to venture down. The wrong delivery can easily put listeners off or give you a feeling the singer is insincere. However when done with conviction, honesty and lyrics that put the listener in the songwriter’s shoes a band can invest a […]

The Catherines S/T

The Catherines S/T

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Before you’ve even heard a note of The Catherines music you can almost imagine what you’re in for. The monotone covers displaying a young Catherine Deneuve explain the band-name,  and their overall look evokes classic albums of Belle & Sebastian, The Smiths, etc. Song titles like “Is Your Bigmouth Girlfriend Really So Charming” sound like they […]

Foliage – III

Foliage – III

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From the slums of a broken city, Manuel Joseph Walker finds solace in a quiet bedroom crafting the lush world of Foliage that seems a million miles away from his hometown of San Bernardino. Bright jangly indie pop with more than a hint of synth pop, new wave and dream pop make their way through […]

Stephen’s Shore – September Love 

Stephen’s Shore – September Love 

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September Love by Stephen’s Shore Summer might be a few months away, but Stephen’s Shore is here to fill that void for you with breezy guitars and relaxing melodies. Close your eyes and listen to their latest album “September Love” and you can almost picture yourself on that shore too. “September Love” is Stephen’s Shore’s […]