Archive for: September, 2016

Jack Robinson is the hardest charging 18 year old tube rider in the world. Billabong founder Godon Merchant said he is a “once-in-a-generation” talent. It’s a simple permise, but very necessary. If you are a surf fan with an eye on the Antipodes then he is the crazy kid who is going to be dancing across your screens in...

Diabolically cool British band, The Wytches, carve brooding cryptic Baroque’n’roll deep into your face with masterfully gloom-ridden follow up album, All Your Happy Life. Prowling venues as a three piece, from their local Brighton haunts to festivals and headline gigs all over the UK, The Wytches have been sharpening...

There is no denying the lyrical prowess Pete Doherty possesses. One only needs to delve into the music of The Libertines, Babyshambles or his very own solo work to find song after song of pure genius. Pete’s solo project had been somewhat quiet with the reformation of The Libertines back in 2010 and the band releasing...

The dandy of the French electro music Yuksek is back with his new Sweet Addiction EP. It’s probably the biggest hint yet, as to what his eagerly awaited third album might sound like, which Yuksek has been working on since 2011’s Living On The Edge Of Time. Five tracks between pop, house and funky nu-disco, and it is...

We know him as the bassist/guitarist of At the Drive In or the band leader of The Mars Volta, but few seem to be paying deserved attention to the innumerable solo efforts of 41-year-old multi-instrumentalist Omar Alfredo Rodríguez-López. The past few decades have proved restless for the Puerto Rican artist dabbling in...

San Francisco native Tycho has been fairly quiet of late, well that was until Epoch surfaced around the internet a few days ago. Known for his distinct sound Tycho will take you down a few different paths with Epoch. Yet! Never losing the essence of the sound that makes Tycho’s music so damn good. To be honest,...

When it comes to defining their art, Camp Claude usually talk about Sky Wave, somewhere between the crossroads of rock, pop, and electronic music. Formed in the city of Paris in 2013, when photographer and singer Diane Sagnier met composers Mike Giffts and Leo Hellden, Camp Claude’s music is a delicate mix of sounds...

‘Ya Ya’ is the latest track by Seattle rock group Naked Giants. The group have already proven popular within their local scene, being dubbed as “Seattle’s most explosive boy band” and playing ‘Convert at the Mural’. The group’s sound is akin to the likes of Drenge and Naked Six, combining ebullient vocals, gritty guitar and...

Modest artist Keaton Henson, who has been labelled both heartbreaker and heartbroken, crafts an emotional and imaginative flux of tunes for new album Kindly Now. Henson, who seems to have his hands dirty with every other medium and form of creativity has, apart from this album, also recently released a book of poetry,...

Justice has finally announced their new album Woman and shared its official electrifying single Randy premiered earlier Wednesday on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1.