Band of The Week. I, US & We

I, Us & We are a band from California consisting of three brothers; Jordan Doverspike, Evan Doverspike and Aaron Doverspike together they write and perform captivating dream pop that they describe as “clean and unadulterated”. Their EP, the beautifully atmospheric ‘Mono’ (out on April 16th) was recorded in their home studio and produced by Chad Marshman over the course

First Signs Of Love 114. Golden Coast

As the blazing hot sun continues to beat down on the UK, the debut single from Californian duo Golden Coast   seems like the perfect soundtrack. This is pool-side party music at it’s finest. With danceable drums, sunny synths, verby guitars and just enough rasp in the falsetto to offset the levity. The duo is made

Band Of The Week. Misha Non Penguin

Scottish-Norwegian electro act Misha Non Penguin, are eccentric by name and by design. The pop duo, comprising of Arvid Falch and David Coyle, travelled a long and complex road to finishing their debut album. They received airplay across Europe and seemed well on their way to industry recognition, when the duo suddenly went AWOL. They

Artist Of The Week. Hannah Georgas

Vancouverite Hannah Georgas is already making waves in her native Canada, earning JUNO and the Canadian Polaris Music Prize nominations for her debut release ‘This Is Good’ and latest album ‘Hannah Georgas’.  Based on the evidence presented here, it seems only a matter of time before her talent is recognised on these shores too. Her

First Signs Of Love No. 86 Nola Wren – Tonight

Nola Wren is the stage name of New York based singer-songwriter and visual artist Kara Renee Francavillo. Born and raised in Chicago, she started writing songs shortly after her family relocated to the East Coast aged 12. In 2010 she began working with two producers in New York, John Leventhal and Rick DePofi (known for

First Signs Of Love No. 85 The Fauns ‘Seven Hours’

We love those moments when a track hits our inbox which is genuinely exciting. That was certainly the case with The Fauns, a band made up of Alison Garner (vocals), Lee Woods (guitar), Elliot Guise (guitar), Michael Savage (bass) and Tom Adams (drums). ‘Seven Hours’ is a near euphoric, shoe-gazey masterpiece with Alison Garner’s whispered

Band Of The Week. Clubfeet -Heirs & Graces

One of my favourite things about music is the individuality of musical taste and appreciation.  Clubfeet’s new album Heirs & Graces is a reminder of this, as after a few listens, I found myself a little underwhelmed by the 1st single, and radio favourite, Heartbreak.  That’s by no mean saying that it is a bad