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Hugo Brijs’ Joyful Hymn To The ‘Creeper’

Discover Hugo Brijs’ epically obsessive indie love song. Hugo Brijs - ‘Creeper’ ‘My creeper, she came for me, two nights before midsummer’s eve…’ opens ‘Creeper’ by...

Lazy Guns Strike A Chord With ‘E Song’

Discover Lazy Guns’ upbeat heartbreak rock anthem. Lazy Guns - ‘E Song’ ‘There’s something deep in the atmosphere’ begins ‘E Song’, punching straight in with a...

Kat and the Hurricane Struggle With ‘Caffeine & Alcohol’

The Queer Midwest synth rock band Kat and the Hurricane makes a triumphant return with their latest track, Caffeine & Alcohol, a poignant melody...

The 76 Club Reach Out On ‘Ava’

Discover The 76 Club’s soaringly painful anthem. The 76 Club - ‘Ava’ Adolescence is a beautiful, excruciating time. All that promise and potential, combined with a...

The Formalist Contemplate Time On ‘A=N’

Brooklyn-based duo The Formalist has unveiled their third release of the year, a mesmerising masterpiece titled A=N, which continues to embody their enigmatic and...

Sam Roberts Releases Thought Provoking ‘National TV’. 

In his latest release, ‘National TV’, Roberts expertly combines a danceable indie rock sound with thought-provoking and introspective lyrics that offer a profound exploration...

Common Ideal Rally Against Injustice On ‘Extended Play’

Common Ideal presents their six-track masterpiece combining an edgy sound with a compelling message. Common Ideal - Extended Play Hailing from the vibrant city of London,...

Sunbeam Shines Bright With ‘Give Me Something’

Sunbeam, the Whitby-based rising act, emerges with a radiant composition titled 'Give Me Something', infusing warmth and understanding into their latest release. Sunbeam - Give...

First Signs of Love No 229 Mount St. Helen ‘Pariahs’

Mount St. Helen are our latest First Signs of Love featured artist. This feature is about the moment you find a new band to...

Leyton Thomas Shares The Introspective ‘Screwcap Diet’

Delve into the depths of introspection with Leyton Thomas's latest release, Screwcap Diet, where nostalgia meets melancholy in a captivating musical narrative. Leyton Thomas -...

The Rolling People Soar On Anthemic ‘I’ll Be There’

The Rolling People, hailing from Stockport, are on a mission to revive rock with their latest single, 'I'll Be There', offering a tantalizing glimpse...

Old School Reasons Prove You ‘Can’t Keep Me Down

’Discover Old School Reasons’ positive-message pop punk. Old School Reasons - ‘Can’t Keep Me Down’ Punk is often the musical language of rebellion and anarchy, but...
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