The Little Unsaid

The Little Unsaid. Symptomatic

At the end of a long period of caring for a loved one recovering from a suicide attempt, John Elliott, he multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter behind The Little Unsaid was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after suffering an emotional breakdown himself. “So many people experience this when caring for someone who’s ill,” he explains. “All your

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Broken Witt Rebels – Georgia Pine

It would be a substantial understatement to say that Birmingham’s Broken Witt Rebels have had ‘a pretty good few months’.  Their Georgia Pine EP was released back in April, with the first single ‘Low’ scoring Radio X’s track of the week, although it was the second single ‘Guns’ that really got the ball rolling.  The

Emily C Smith

Artist of The Week. Emily C Smith

Far From Judd is the brilliantly versatile new EP from Emily C. Smith. The London-based singer/song-writer and her band consisting of David Kapruski (drums), Jack Chantler (guitar) and Gareth Cobb (bass) take us on a four-track-journey that passes through Patti Smith-infused 60s garage rock with opening track Don’t Leave Me Now to countrified shades of

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Prospect Lux. EP1 (RCM Exclusive)

Prospect Lux is the alter ego of Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and producer, Michael Spivack. EP-1, Prospect Lux’s 5-track debut, is a collection of tracks that bounce between atmospheric, melancholic yet optimistic electro-acoustic sounds. Second track “Screen Time” sets the tone for the EP and features a Foals-esque riff over a sound that had us thinking

AFFAIRS

First Signs of Love No. 196. AFFAIRS

Half way between Elbow and New Order, it’s fitting that AFFAIRS hail from Manchester.  The melancholic alt-electro quintet have just released their third single in quick succession following the releases of ‘Blood Science’ and ‘Brothers’. Their latest single, ‘Play’, has been produced by Ed Buller who has previously worked with Suede, Pulp, and The Courteneers. AFFAIRS

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Pleasure House. Cyan

Since their formation eighteen months ago, 20-something Birmingham quartet Pleasure House have created an entertaining brand of Indie Rock that is both uplifting and melancholy. The band are set to release their debut EP ‘Show Your Colours’ on 8th April, which also features their magnificent new single ‘Cyan’. ‘Cyan’ casts an electrifying spell. Unleashing full-bodied