As the working week draws to a close, we have the perfect song for you to lose yourself in a serene moment in time. This is three-piece Shadowlark and their…Read more


Pop-Blues is the order of the day with Jackie Williams’ new song ‘Jonah Roe’, an anxious and ominous stomper. The track starts out with a chugging and bluesy guitar riff providing a doomy vibe that holds back from ever getting to far ahead of proceedings, alongside it a thumping bass drum drops in and out … Continue reading


Chichester based, Dutch Criminal Record, who describe themselves as ‘Summery South Coast Indie’, have released their latest single, ‘Wasted Time’. An upbeat offering that’s a perfect, feel good, summer track – fast and light on its feet. The relatively long intro sets the tone with a catchy bassline, a central guitar solo and instrumental ending are … Continue reading


Citadel came back to Victoria Park for a third year, continuing its quest to be the ‘ultimate summer Sunday’. Last year it bet big on Sigur Ros pulling in the crowds, this year the headliner was a different style but still a massive name in Foals. The wider lineup straddles indie, rock, electro and folk, … Continue reading


It’s been a busy summer for SAM AIREY, playing Indiefjord festival in Norway last week, Bluedot Festival before that, support slots with Tom Williams and most notably, at the end of May Sam released ‘In Darkened Rooms‘, his long-awaited and highly praised album. The record release was preceded by two singles, the ethereal ‘Lacuna’ (which … Continue reading


It’s that time of year again when one-day festivals appear all over London. Taking over Victoria Park – the same place that hosts Field Day, Lovebox and more – Citadel returns for its third year, attempting to further establish itself ‘the ultimate summer Sunday’. 2015 saw Bombay Bicycle Club and Ben Howard play, while last … Continue reading


Bradford’s finest indie-pop eccentrics FLING continue to delight fans with their intelligent post-modern approach to popular music. When listening to their playful new single ‘Just A Dog’, it is immediately clear that FLING are not afraid to reach back into the history of pop music and borrow from earlier musical styles. ‘Just A Dog’ at once evokes early Brit-pop kings … Continue reading