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    Not much is known of Liverpool based singer-songwriter James Canty, but if debut track ‘Strangers’ is anything to go by we might be hearing a lot more about him very soon.Read More



The debut effort from London’s Halos offers up rich atmospherics with tantalising, organic drum patterns. As is customary with a lot of new acts these days, Halos are not giving much about themselves away at all. However, when the music is this good, it doesn’t really matter that much. ‘Dust’ features both male and female … Continue reading



It feels like a pretty good time for DIY culture right now. Its spirit of inclusivity, ethics and community is being eloquently and positively spearheaded by a number of great bands at the moment, and somewhere at the forefront of the movement are County Durham’s Martha. Since May’s release of their debut album Courting Strong … Continue reading



‘You Didn’t Need My Love’, the new single from Londoner Ánders is a delectable mashup of folk, indie and electronica that pleases the listener in plenty of ways. Gentle, warm synthesisers and tasteful guitar melodies keep the song restrained, with a subtle yet deeply layered crescendo towards the end. It’s not just the production, however, that … Continue reading



London duo Sylas turned heads aplenty with their track ‘Hollow’ recently, and now they’re doing more of the same with their follow-up song, ‘Shore’. With plaudits coming from the many corners of the internet as well as being featured as BBC 6Music‘s ‘Headphones Moment’ earlier this week, the gorgeously ambient ‘Shore’ acts as title track … Continue reading



Today’s tip is a dark trip into anger and jealousy, emotions that we all go through. Writing these dark themes into pop music seems like the impossible task, but clearly not for new London popstar in the making Belgrave. “Playing Games” is the kind of track which makes big labels perk up interest. This guy … Continue reading


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