on Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Words: Saam Das

We've been eagerly anticipating Kelsie Hogue's debut album as US queer pop hero Sir Babygirl for a lil while now, which will be dropping mid-Feb on Father/Daughter Records. Following the likes of 'Flirting With Her' and 'Heels', Sir Babygirl leans further into synthpop (with an emphasis on the pop) on new track 'Everyone Is A Bad Friend', and we're feeling it. A lot.
on Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Despite sounding like a comeback show for famous gunger/childhood hero Dave Benson Phillips, Glasgow's SLIME CITY are in fact a troupe of musicians. Each called Michael, a name policy which would otherwise seem like a troubling barrier for entry for starting a new band, but fortunately, these Michaels know one another from their previous iteration, We Are The Physics. Listen to the debut material in their latest form below.
on Monday, January 21, 2019
Five Day Forecast @ The Lexington (14 Jan 2019) // Words: Saam Das

Camping in Islington venue The Lexington, music website The Line Of Best Fit launched the 2019 edition of their Five Day Forecast with a bang/Emily Burns headlining. Four previous installments have seen the likes of Pale Waves and Pumarosa flaunt their wares at this new-music-festival-of-sorts and go onto significantly bigger stages. We go back in time, taking you through the night, which showed (as per 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt') that females are indeed strong as hell.
on Thursday, January 17, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Late noughties outfits Dananananaykroyd and Operator Please may not have had all that much in common aside from some serious blog love, but now they've come together (in a sense) as Bossy Love. Combining John Baillie Junior and Amandah Wilkinson from the former and latter outfits respectively, the duo of Bossy Love isn't quite Blu Cantrell and Sean Paul (but who could be?!) yet their own twist on 2003 UK #1 single 'Breathe' is fire.
on Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Words: Rajan Lakhani

Rajan here. It's been a tough ask to cut down my favourite albums of 2018, with excellent records by the likes of Beach House, Father John Misty, Janelle Monae, Jeff Tweedy and Boygenius just missing out on the top ten below. Tracks from these albums do however make it onto a Spotify playlist, alongside my other favourite songs of 2018, so check that out after you've read the list of ten of the best albums to come out last year below.
on Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Words: Saam Das

We've heard a bit about Hannah Butcher's Déyyess project and having caught her first show with a live band at The Lexington in North London this week, we're feeling fully primed to tell you about your next pop fave. Emerging a couple of years back but with a relatively quiet subsequent period, she's been snapped up by new music mogul Jen Long's label Kissability to release the debut Déyyess single, 'Escher Heart'.

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