on Monday, November 18, 2019
Words: Saam Das

With the fall-out of a disastrous UK TV interview by Prince Andrew still ongoing this week, Prinze George are probably quite happy that they didn't call themselves Prinze Andrew. Fortunately, these synth-poppers from Prince George County are more focussed on delivering a storming comeback single in the form of clap-tastic 'Stay Up'.
on Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Hoping to move ahead of Sampdoria FC in the results of certain search engines, London artist SAM DOTIA (sharing our penchant for capital letters) has been honing his musicianship over the last couple of years - culminating in the quiet beauty of debut single 'Uriah's Cry'. The track comes with 71 second accompaniment, 'Requiem 48', which you can also listen to below.
on Friday, November 08, 2019
Words: Saam Das

We've been banging on about the greatness of Sydney trio Haiku Hands, and it looks like we're not the only ones who have been utterly enamoured by both their music and fiery live shows, having just been snapped up by Diplo's Mad Decent record label. Joining the likes of Major Lazer and Snoop Dogg's Snoop Lion persona on the roster, Haiku Hands will be unleashing their debut album in 2020. In the meantime, listen to new single 'Onset' below.
on Friday, November 01, 2019
Words: Saam Das

BBC Music Introducing Live returns to Tobacco Dock in East London this week with its host of insider events led by artists and music industry professionals providing a behind-the-scenes look at making it in the music world. We popped along last year and have just found our notes from our experience of Introducing Live 2018.
on Saturday, October 26, 2019
Words: Saam Das

We've been equal parts intrigued and annoyed since NANCY appeared with their appropriately titled debut 'Mysterious Visions' EP in late 2018, through Cannibal Hymns and B3SCI Records. Since then, the veil has been slowly lifted and we now know that the Brighton artist behind NANCY is one Jamie Hall, frontman of Tigercub. Listen to a selection of NANCY tracks below, including delectable new track, '6 Days A Week'.
on Monday, October 21, 2019
Words: Saam Das

It's been a decade since Amy Turnnidge's excellent one and only album as Theoretical Girl, 2009's 'Divided', which shares a Memphis Industries label home with the likes of Field Music and The Go! Team. Subsequent Theoretical Girl material over the years has generally taken the form of covers, but it's pleasing to hear original 2019 material (even simply in demo form) with new track 'Call Me By My New Name'.

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