Night Flowers
  • NIGHT FLOWERS

    Though the sun is shining and we edge closer to the tantalising prospect of summer, today's tip, courtesy of London-via-Humberside five-piece Night Flowers, is more shadowy, wistful dream world than stroll on the beach. Taken from their self-titled debut EP, 'Bound' is an utterly hypnotic sonic delight that has the power to transport the listener to another dimension. Read More

Jack Isaac

JAKE ISAAC

Having recently toured with Joan As A Police Woman and Ella Eyre, Jake Isaac has been enjoying a busy 2014 thus far. With a handful of tracks available online and fans amongst the likes of BBC Introducing and Sofar Sounds, the attention that he has been attracting of late is long overdue. The song we’re … Continue reading

Tom Misch

TOM MISCH

Tom Misch is very quickly making a name for himself within the realms of the blogosphere, having already worked on several collaborations and gaining the attention of several key tastemakers. What makes Tom’s work that much more impressive is the fact he has developed a sonic maturity at the tender age of 18, demonstrating an … Continue reading

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VEYU

To discover that a band is from Liverpool instantly sets one’s mind on a certain track: will they display the cheeky melodicism of a La’s, or perhaps be proponents of the burgeoning psychedelic scene increasingly associated with Merseyside?  Intriguingly, Veyu manage to be both, and simultaneously neither, a ying-yang trick which makes their music even … Continue reading

Then Thickens

THEN THICKENS

Although they’re a 6 piece indie band from the middle of nowhere (sorry Chorley but let’s face facts) Then Thickens are already making quite the blip on the music industry’s radar, having had airplay from BBC introducing, Kerrang!, Amazing Radio, a tour supported by Vice, and a whimsical video starring Joe ‘Woody from This Is … Continue reading

Max-Marshall

MAX MARSHALL

Max Marshall‘s ‘Your Love Is Like‘ has all the catchy, melodic appeal of a Rihanna smash, but comes with none of the accompanying irritating trappings.  Marshall uses her smooth but powerful vocal to tell tales of love-induced madness (a la ‘Crazy In Love’), and is accompanied by a lush piano, vinyl samples and a funky … Continue reading

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