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From Sunday 21 January 2018

Jamie Lenman shares video for edited version of ‘Body Popping’

Jamie Lenman has shared a video for an edited version of his song ‘Body Popping’. The original version can be found on his second album ‘Devolver’, which was released last year via Big Scary Monsters. Lenman will also be going on a UK tour via the following dates with Loa Loa

Tuesday 05 December 2017

Gender Roles share new single, ‘Plastic’, plus sign to Big Scary Monsters

Brighton indie punks Gender Roles have released a video for their new single, ‘Plastic’. It follows up their debut EP ‘Planet X-Ray’, which was released earlier this year via Wiretap Records (USA) and Hanger Records (UK). This is also the band’s first offering through their new home at Big Scary

Tuesday 24 October 2017

Jamie Lenman unveils new album, ‘Devolver’

Jamie Lenman is exclusively streaming his upcoming second album, ‘Devolver’, via The Independent. It will be released this Friday 27th October via Big Scary Monsters. Lenman will also be playing the following shows. OCTOBER 27 LONDON St. Pancras Church 28 KINGSTON Banquet Records 29 OXFORD Truck Store 30 BRIGHTON Resident Record Shop NOVEMBER 11 LONDON Lenmania, The

Monday 23 October 2017

Jamie Lenman premieres new song ‘Devolver’ plus UK tour with Gender Roles and Loa Loa

Jamie Lenman has announced that he will be going on a UK tour early next year with Gender Roles and Loa Loa. Lenman will be releasing his second solo album, ‘Devolver’, this Friday 27th October via Big Scary Monsters. The title track premiered last night on Dan P. Carter’s BBC

Wednesday 18 May 2016

Loa Loa stream debut EP, ‘IX.V.V.VI’

Brighton garage-rockers Loa Loa are streaming their debut ‘IX.V.V.VI’ EP in full. Treading the fine line between indie and punk, their gritty sound is dominated by a brilliantly brash in-your-face attitude. The record switches from the spitting ‘Only Son’ to the slurred melody of the likes of ‘Lily Burning’

Wednesday 27 April 2016

Loa Loa unveil new track, ‘Monet’

Brighton’s Loa Loa turned heads with their debut track, ‘Landslide‘. Following it up with ‘Monet’, the trio prove that innovation in grunge is still possible. The slurred vocals and fuzzed-out guitars merge with their unreserved punk attitude. The band will be heading to their hometown for two performances