Posts Tagged ‘uk’

West London grime MC Che Wolton better known as AJ Tracey wrapped up his first headline tour of Australia & New Zealand yesterday. Known for his razor-sharp wit and gritty street vibe we thought it was worth checking out one of Australias fastest growing music genres. For those who haven’t had a dose of grime yet, the...

Keeping the Brit-pop Flame alight with bright garage infused tunes, English trio Johnny Kills have recently released third single Let’s Talk About Me with more singles to come. Ripping straight out, with a solid upbeat no-frills guitar and drum combo and super catchy vocal lines, Let’s Talk About Me is both the freedom...

Wolf Alice, one of the biggest breakthrough independent bands of recent years, make their eagerly anticipated return, announcing new album Visions Of A Life and single Yuk Foo As comebacks go, a gauntlet is hurled by the exhilarating rage-rush of Yuk Foo, briskly laying waste to all it sees in a little over two...

While the debut album from Pixx can be most consistently described as synth pop, The Age of Anxiety is stylistically varied. Across its twelve tracks, the album plays in multiple genres at once, most remarkably dream pop and shoegaze. The result is a sonically dense album, mature beyond Pixx’s twenty-one years. Pixx is...

First thing to say about Callum Pitt is that he’s not reinventing the wheel, from first listen the listener could even think he’s generic due to the heavy influence by acts such as Fleet Foxes, Sufjan Stevens, Mumford and Sons, and Bon Iver. This however isn’t a bad thing, because Callum Pitt has been able to make some...

Following an incredible response to their first new track in four years We Go Home Together (feat. James Blake), Mount Kimbie return with another close friend and collaborator, the Oscar nominated Mica Levi aka Micachu, with Marilyn. The track is accompanied by a video by renowned cult fashion photographer and film...

British alternative rock band Febueder have recently released their new song Shapeshifter, their second single after Morning Yawn which acts to promote their third EP From an Album, set to be released this week on May 12th. The three – piece act which has received underground praise are thought – provoking without...

Mugen is much more than a band; in fact, he’s a drinking, smoking, hedgehog who traverses the terrain of the human world as a personification of the music of Leeds-based indie songwriter Harry Kinchington, who he’s also loosely based on. And, the project doesn’t stop with just the Mugen and the music. The band’s...

Ghostpoet has just released new track Immigrant Boogie this is his latest material since the release of his third and much lauded, Shedding Skin album in 2015. Swathed in post-punk virtuosity, Immigrant Boogie is a narrative only too pertinent in 2017. Politically poignant and hauntingly beautiful as this track is....

Nigerian skate brand WAFFLESNCREAM present Jide, the country’s first self-produced skate edit, shot in the urban grind of Africa’s most populous city – Lagos. Home to a staggering 21 million people, Nigeria’s capital, Lagos might just be the biggest city in the world without a skate park. But a lack of infrastructure...