Having already enlisted fans aplenty (including Lauren Laverne and Pitchfork) with his previous Hype Machine hits, London producer Azekel has returned with new track Chronophobia. Set to feature as part of a larger body of work due in 2015 via new label Thunderlightning, Chronophobia is a marked progression for Azekel, whilst still retaining the charming, smooth R'n'B tendencies that made his recent Circa EP so impressive. Read More

Dog legs


The details behind Dog Legs‘ origins are rather vague. Apparently they formed after a Japanese take-out and bashed their first song, Cobra Snake, out on Tupperware with chopsticks before finally having a real band practice a whole three years later. Though perhaps not the most conventional way to form a band, we wouldn’t expect anything … Continue reading

Mt. Wolf


You could be forgiven for thinking that Mt. Wolf are already a pretty established band. A cursory glance at their Facebook page sees them being praised by some of the biggest magazines and websites in the business while they’ve also managed to sell out London’s Heaven venue and gain a solid underground following. Instead of … Continue reading

dead ceremony


You don’t really tend to see many bands name-dropping the devastatingly bleak (but brilliant with it) Antlers as an influence. Of those who would cite Peter Silberman’s soul-baring outfit as a reference point, precious few of them are likely to be electronic acts. However, this is where we find ourselves with Kent four-piece Dead Ceremony. … Continue reading

tigercub 3


Having just toured with Blood Red Shoes, as well as having gigs alongside the likes of DZ Deathrays, Howling Bells, and write ups in nationals like Q magazine, Tigercub are already generating a lot of buzz, but is it justified? Well yes, yes it is. Blood Red Shoes agree so much they’re making Centrefold the … Continue reading



Today’s tip is a chewy piece of rock gristle in the form of ‘Annie’, the début single from London alt-rock trio Beasts. They’ve hit the melodic noise nail firmly on the head – from the single-coil twangy intro riff, through the enormous humbucking chorus, to the aneurysmogenic finale, there’s no let-up in Annie’s spectacular three … Continue reading


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