on Sunday, April 26, 2015
Words: Saam Das


In Cinemas: 'The Falling' (2014) + 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' (2015)

on Friday, April 24, 2015
Words: Saam Das


We only just wrote about London twosome AOSOON (AlotOfSomethingOutOfNothing) in our tips for The Great Escape 2015, but they've only gone and covered RnB legends TLC, who we've always had a soft spot for. (One of our posts is even cited on a TLC Wikipedia page, which is obviously a career highlight.) Check out the acoustic cover and the original track below:
Words: Saam Das


Spector's 2013 debut album 'Enjoy It While It Lasts' was reasonably well received - a breezy indie record. Their ambitions have since increased, as demonstrated by the moody 'All The Sad Young Men', the first single from their follow up album. We particularly like the atmospheric Fairewell remix of the single, which you can listen to below alongside the original track.
on Thursday, April 23, 2015
The Great Escape Festival @ various venues across Brighton (14-16 May '15) // Words: Saam Das


Festival season is upon us, and we have a special place in our heart for the increasing number of multi-venue offerings placed in a more urban setting. The Great Escape is arguably the best of these festivals in the UK, and seen as a worthy contender to America's ever popular industry shindig SXSW. We've been running around Brighton's plethora of venues as much as possible since the very first offering back in 2006, and here's some recommendations for its tenth edition:
on Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Words: Saam Das


Emerging toward the end of 2014 before taking some time out to recruit new members, London's Little White Things are back and ready to attack 2015. Listen to other-worldly debut single 'Step Back', whose rousing nature is evocative of the likes of Of Monsters And Men and Mumford & Sons.
on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Are You Listening? Festival @ various venues across Reading (18 April '15) // Words: Saam Das


Reading's Are You Listening? Festival entered its third edition in 2015, one of an increasing string of urban-based multi-venue festivals. With dozens of acts playing across more than ten venues, there was plenty on offer - and better still, everything seemed terribly well organised. A worthy counterpart to the established Reading Festival.

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