Broxton Hundred

The Broxton Hundred – Last To Know EP

The Broxton Hundred are a band we have known about for some time now. RCM saw them play live at the Bull and Gate in Kentish Town a couple of years ago and we were really impressed with the British three-piece’s ability to couple psychedelic guitar led tracks with soulful lyrics and anthemic choruses. Now

The Deadline Shakes

First Signs of Love No. 151 The Deadline Shakes

The Deadline Shakes are a six piece band from Glasgow, consisting of Greg Dingwall, Iain McKinstry and Kiera Pollock (guitars and vocals), Martin McLeod (Bass guitar), Michael Muir (Violin and Banjo) and Thomas Booth (Drums). This is their new single ‘Phonecalls In The Bath’ it’s due for release on Sunday 28th from iTunes and all major digital stores

Total Babes

Total Babes – Blurred Time

Following the release of two singles from their forthcoming LP, ‘Heydays‘ and ‘Circling‘, Total Babes unveil ‘Blurred Time‘, and announce a European tour this June. The band will make a stop in Paris before touring the UK, dates are as follows: Saturday 6th June – France, Paris, Point Ephemere + Tuesday 9th June – Brighton, Green Door Store ^ Wednesday 10th June – London,

The Microdance

The Microdance – We Meet In Dreams

‘We Meet In Dreams’ is the new single from The Microdance released digitally through Boxing Clever Records on April 15th. This is second glimpse of the début forthcoming album ‘New Waves of Hope’ following the excellent first single ‘Making Plans For The End.’ The  album is expected to see a multi-format release in late May. ‘We Meet


First Signs of Love No. 144 Garek – Cavity

GAREK is a New York based singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Wisconsin, he made the transition to New York in 2010.  His music fuses Industrial Rock (a la Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson and Garbage) with haunting melodies and explosive choruses. GAREK creates powerful and distinct sonic landscapes, but it’s use of video that really


Duke Garwood – Disco Lights

The cat is well and truly out of the bag on Duke Garwood and his soulful, stripped-bare sound, thanks to the recent release and acclaim for his fifth album Heavy Love, his first for Heavenly Recordings. Thrusting Garwood from south London’s unlikely bluesman into the spotlight he so thoroughly deserves, the word looks set to continue to spread with