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Oceans Ate Alaska – ‘Hikari’

Since 2014, Oceans Ate Alaska have been on an incredible journey. They’ve signed to the impressive Fearless Records, released their debut album ‘Lost Isles’ in 2015, played at festivals including the prestigious Warped Tour and Slam Dunk, and have headed out on countless headline and supporting tours. The best

Tuesday 18 July 2017

Currents: “I definitely have plenty of ammo for the next album”

Friday 14 July 2017

Oh Wonder – ‘Ultralife’

Oh Wonder have been nothing short of a phenomenon since the duo popped up on the scene. Boasting melodic choruses and beautiful harmonies, this London-based pair have gone from strength to strength off the back of their 2015 self-titled album. With such a successful debut, it can be daunting

Jule Vera: “We don’t worry about what genre we fall into”

Thursday 06 July 2017

Bellevue Days – ‘Rosehill’

Croydon-based quartet Bellevue Days were (and still are) an incredibly exciting indie-pop act to have come out of London in recent years. Their last EP ‘Sad Boy’ was released to critical acclaim and it seemed almost impossible to think that the band would be able to create another piece

Monday 26 June 2017

Sibling – ‘Dream You Away’

After the release of their, quite frankly, stunning EP ‘Miserable Love’, Sibling soon became one of the most talked about and sought after bands within the post-rock scene. Shows alongside the likes of Nervus ensued and now they’re back for round two with their upcoming release ‘Dream You Away’. But

Wednesday 21 June 2017

James Leese – ‘(I Have A…) RomComplex’

Now that it’s summer and the days are longer, there’s something so satisfying about listening to beautifully chilled out music whilst sipping a cold drink. If, however, you’re struggling to find that certain artist to complete the summer picture that’s just been painted, look no further than James Leese

Sunday 18 June 2017

Holding Absence are poetry in motion in ‘Penance’

Music is all about wearing your heart on your sleeve but Holding Absence bear heart, soul and spirit on theirs. It’s this honesty within their music that’s seen their fan base swell, and it’s seen them slowly but steadily climb a promising trajectory. Their newest track ‘Penance’ is another brutal

Monday 12 June 2017

LIVE: Julien Baker / Lauren Denitzio @ Bush Hall, London

It’s a miserable evening but in Bush Hall, the room is slowly getting warmer as more and more people pack into this sold-out show. It’s been nearly a year since Julien Baker has graced the shores of the UK and with the outstanding reception she received after releasing her

Wednesday 31 May 2017

‘Lacuna’ sees Heirsound continuing to push the boundaries

Last summer, Heirsound released their first EP, ‘Merge’. It was an utterly fantastic release (and still is) but seemed to suggest that the New York-based duo were sticking to what they knew: alternative rock. However, over the course of the year they’ve grown and changed, flirting with various different genres,