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  • PRONTO MAMA

    Sometimes a lead-singer’s voice carries no discernible accent as it conforms to traditional faux...Read More

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GIRL 20

Fans of light but melodic indie may well have lamented the demise of Sheffield five-piece Blessa last year. The band called it a day by leaving a parting gift of final single ‘On The Wing,’ a soaring piece of alt-pop that sat somewhere between The Cranberries and Cocteau Twins. Why bring this up? Well, because … Continue reading

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KUB

Earlier this year Brighton based label/publisher/promoter Love Thy Neighbour put on “Triptych”, three events each showcasing three of their favourite Brighton-based acts. The second night featured the glistening gem of an artist KUB. Formerly of Us Baby Bear Bones, Daisy Emily Warne has grown some claws and taken the stage as a solo artist. “KUB … Continue reading

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CAMELIA SPRITZ

Today’s tip is Camelia Spritz. There’s little to say about who she is and where she’s from; but what we do know is that the music made under this name is very new to the world. Her Soundcloud releases are only a month old and her Twitter is a little under two weeks. Despite this … Continue reading

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POLO

‘Gold Horizons’ has all the elements of an alt-pop track with a hint of deeper synth indie vibes, as lead singer Kat’s deep vocals echo over the layers that build throughout the song and lead it into more mysterious grounds. Leeds trio Polo have created something strangely but delightfully hypnotic, with a beat that changes … Continue reading

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HUSKY LOOPS

‘Dead’, the lead single from London based garage rock trio Husky Loops debut EP seems a perfect microcosm of what this band is about – chaotic, yet beautiful and a even little strange. The psychedelic vocals almost seem to be fighting against the heavy riffs and slightly excessive use of distortion, but the track is … Continue reading