Lyves
  • LYVES

    For a moment, it looked like London-based Lyves AKA Francesca Bergami was just a flash in the pan. After releasing the beautiful ‘Visions’ and bagging herself a spot on Reading and Leeds’ BBC Introducing Stage last summer, she just disappeared. It’s enough to make any cynic think that that’s all she had in her. Read More

High Tyde

HIGH TYDE

Taken from their ‘Fuzz’ EP, ‘Talk to Frank’ defies High Tyde’s young age with its gritty lyrics and mature songwriting. It’s been a pretty incredible start to 2015 for the 17-year-old Brighton lads, their last single notched up a few hundred thousand views on YouTube which quickly brought them to the attention of Radio 1, … Continue reading

Albert Gold

ALBERT GOLD

Hackney vocalist Albert Gold releases ‘Into The Wild’, alongside a set of visuals created on a shoestring budget in the seaside town of Felixstowe. Critics are comparing Gold’s feel-good style to the likes of Luther Vandross, but despite the 90’s Hip Hop-influenced percussion there’s nothing ‘throwback’ about ‘Into The Wild’. It’s an inch-perfect modern pop … Continue reading

All Tvvins

ALL TVVINS

Having debuted their new single ‘Thank You’ on Zane Lowe’s radio show a few weeks back, Irish duo All Tvvins (aka. Conor Adams and Lar Kaye) look set to make 2015 their own and it’s easy to see why. ‘Thank You’ is as infectious as they come with a pounding beat akin to an 80’s … Continue reading

The Moon

THE MOON

London based The Moon appear to be in that early stage of elusiveness still having released very little information about themselves up to this point. However, their first track ‘Eureka Moment’, a song that has a grunge-indie hybrid feel to it, definitely leaves you wanting more from the rocking four-piece and wets the appetite for … Continue reading

Natalie McCool

NATALIE MCCOOL

Following on from the buzz of her last two singles via the Young & Lost label, Natalie McCool returns with new single ‘Pins’, a wonderful progression recorded with Dave Berger from the band Outfit in the new year. While Florence Welch relies on overzealous instrumentation and sonic crescendos, McCool’s new track is electronic minimalism at its … Continue reading

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