It's here, the countdown of my top 10 favourite albums of 2018
Stockport superstars Blossoms are back with their sophomore album ‘Cool Like You’, a follow up to their massive self-titled debut that dropped back in 2016. The last two years have seen these guys go from strength to strength securing them everything from main stage festival appearances to support slots with the one and only Noel … Continue reading Blossoms ‘Cool Like you’ album review
Independent music venues are an integral part of the UK music scene, without them, we would not have some of out most-loved bands and artists. Independent venue week celebrates not only the venues but the people that run them and work there, a venue that I am proud to call my local is The Forum … Continue reading Independent Venue Week: The Forum Tunbridge Wells
Flying vinyl had some real goodies in their December edition, also news on their upcoming project.
Is the official chart becoming less representative of what we really listen to?
East London based duo ‘The new coast’ are back with their latest single ‘Caught’ and it is one you will not want to miss. It’s a funky track with a summer inspired fun bouncy rhythm that sets the foundation for the ever so catchy lyrics reflective of an experience had by band member Nick that … Continue reading The New Coast release ‘Caught’
2017 was a great year in the music word with smashing comebacks and daring debuts, check out my personal picks.
Check out all my December Indie finds and get ready to fall in love.
Not quite what to get the music lover in your life this Christmas? Well have no fear, here are five of my must have gifts for music fanatics.
Stockport formed four-piece ‘No Hot Ashes’ are back with their latest single ‘Eight till late’ and it’s a real banger. The track is inspired by the band members mutual love of 70s & 80s funk & disco, this is shown by the intoxicatingly funky bassline that carries the song. The distinctive vocals of Isaac Taylor just float nicely to … Continue reading No Hot Ashes release new single ‘Eight till late’