The Night Remix EP. Part 4: The Daydream Club Presents. Available Now!

                          The Daydream Club, best known for their stripped back acoustic folk sound, have been on their holidays. Along with their hectic summer festival schedule, the duo have found time to take a break from their usual sound to remix three exciting new

New Music Monday. Introducing Retriever

Introducing Retriever, a three piece from Newcastle. Their debut six track EP (The Rattle & The Hiss) was released in March (ok so we’ll a little late..) but the phrase ‘better late than never’ has never been more apt. This is dark, scuzzy, reverb laden guitar joy, with a cherry topping layer of screeching feeback

New Music Monday. Introducing Cloud Control

Australian readers will probably be well aware of this band, but for those of you in the UK or beyond this may well be the first you have heard of Cloud Control. Prepare your excited face… Cloud Control, are a four-piece alternative rock band originating from the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia. Cloud Control blend the harmonies of Fleet

New Music Monday: Paul Thomas Saunders

Nothing beats music with a genuine passion. Introducing Paul Thomas Saunders. If you like Jeff Buckly, Radiohead & Richard Hawley you may just love Paul Thomas Saunders. Listen to Lilac & Wisteria on Spotify here. “With influences such as Joe Meek and Leonard Cohen, Paul Thomas Saunders encapsulates both the psychedelic soundscape and intellectual sentimentality

Kismet Ryding – Hangin

Introducing Kismet Ryding, a Cleethorpes 4-piece rock n roll band. “Hangin” is the debut single chocked full of indie guitar sounds & 60s swagger. We recommend this infectious foot stomper is served loudly with a vat of cold Cider! Kind of what might happen if Ocean Colour Scene met The Zutons at a 60’s night,

Born Out Of A Country House. Blackchords – The Writing Retreat

“So a few weeks ago we left the cold grey city to delve into the cold green country for four days focused on writing music. We set up in a small house, with the music gear in a bedroom smaller than most Melbourne sharehouse bedrooms, and what flowed out far exceeded our preconceptions and expectations.