NATTY REEVES

Brighton’s own Natty Reeves unveils a new single to pay respect to one of the pioneers in experimental hip-hop. ‘Donuts for Dinner’ is a fresh summer track that references the second album from late New York hip-hop producer J Dilla. An addition to indie label Deep.Matter, Reeves has great taste in blending influences together to … Continue reading

PRIMITIVE PAINTERS

Our last tip of the week comes courtesy of County Durham quartet Primitive Painters who burst onto the scene earlier this year with debut single ‘No One Will Ever Know’ – the band’s shoegaze goodness has got many people talking across the region and beyond. With plenty of noise-rock offerings to come, the four-piece are … Continue reading

THE OLD PINK HOUSE

Newcastle indie pop outfit The Old Pink House have been making lots of noise on the local circuit in 2017 along with pals The Pale White and Plaza and new single ‘Take It Out On Me’ is pretty special by all accounts too. Frontman Christopher Brown’s infectious tones have already garnered early support from BBC … Continue reading

CALLUM PITT

Today’s tip on the site is Newcastle-based indie-folk newcomer Callum Pitt, whose The War On Drugs, Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes-influenced sound has attracted a ton of attention in the first half of 2017. Debut single ‘You’d Better Sell It While You Can’ hurled him straight into the limelight back in January with support slots … Continue reading

BRYDE

Welsh songwriter Bryde has attracted plenty of international acclaim in recent months and on recent single ‘Less’ she’s somehow reached another level. With the backing of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and support from the Sunday Times, The Line Of Best Fit and Consequence of Sound momentum is increasing rapidly and her capacity show at … Continue reading