Baby-Brave
  • BABY BRAVE

    On the evidence of their latest ‘King Horse’ EP out last week, Baby Brave are set to seduce our ears in coming months. They craft summery guitar pop of the exquisite kind, rippling with the ghosts of shoegaze, C86 and mid 80s art-pop; the outer tip of Wales has turned up another group with the ability to glide through genres and produce an individual sound that’s capable of making it out of the principality! Read More

David Harks

DAVID HARKS

While we’re now into September and summer already seems like a distant memory, Brighton producer David Harks is doing his best to keep the sunshine vibes flowing. If you’re a fan of uplifting steel drums you’re in luck, as ‘Open Arms’ features extensive use of them alongside a powerful vocal sample performed by Preacher Jayden … Continue reading

Bloody Knees

BLOODY KNEES

Bloody Knees sound exactly how their names suggests. Dirty, scuzzy pop full of furious energy, and a fuzzy, nostalgic reminder of the care free days of youth. After first coming across them on a split 7″ with Birdskulls released earlier this year on Art Is Hard it’s been a joy to hear more and more … Continue reading

jesse

JESSE JAMES SOLOMON

Everything about South East London’s Jesse James (Solomon) appears unpretentious and understated – whether it’s the does-what-it-says-on-the-tin title of his debut EP ‘Jesse From SE’, his lackadaisical approach on the mic, or the new set of visuals that accompany ‘Tides’. The video sees Solomon move between high-rise flats, his local snooker club and an off … Continue reading

Oslo

OSLO PARKS

Brighton duo Oslo Parks have arrived with debut single ‘Twin’, which has just been released this week via X Novo, the label that also released Tipping Point favourites Phoria‘s ‘Display’ EP recently. ‘Twin’ – which was actually the first song that Oslo Parks wrote together – flaunts the duo’s knack for both strong songwriting and … Continue reading

COMPNY

COMPNY

There seems to be a recent trend across band names. While choosing a name for your musical project a few conditions must be met. A vicious view of vowels, a constant consternation of constantans and, above all, a cheerful crush on capitals, are all a must. Of course, to ensure your music gets a big … Continue reading

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