• Introducing: Thyme Limited Company

    These days the underground is a hard thing to access. Those who claim to be undiscovered are signed to labels, and those who claim to represent the indie scene are sitting on deals worth hundreds of thousands. Thyme Limited seems to represent the true underground, the true undiscovered talent....
  • Debuting: Yak

    Yak have an incredible talent, a raw edge which is both intriguing and different. With their debut album due to be released in May, there is no better time to discover the crazy, vigorous sound of the London based band. Fronted by Oli Burslem, the band were formed in a relatively...
  • Interview: Daniel Eagle

    Southampton based singer-songwriter Daniel Eagle is about to embark on his biggest tour yet, stopping off in every nook and cranny across the country – spending over a month on the road. Playing a mixture of originals about one night stands with cannibals and his little brother, alongside covers...
  • Debuting: Habitats

    Riveting bass lines, engrossing drum beats and intriguing chorus’ are all part of the groove which Habitats build their sound upon. The band formed in Basingstoke and their debut release, the much loved Diamond Days EP, gained praise from fans and radio DJ’s alike such as Steve Lamacq and Huw...
  • EP Review: Classically Handsome Brutes – Prolegomena

    With years of experience on the Leeds hardcore circuit, features on BBC Introducing, and endorsements from Musical Mathematics, Classically Handsome Brutes’ reputation has been built on their riotous live sets, determination and constant experimentation. On the back of securing a support slot for Heck (formerly Baby Godzilla) this November, the...
  • Interview: Bloom Twins

    Twin sisters Anna and Sonia Kuprienko, better known as Bloom Twins, have had an incredible 2015, and look to have an even more impressive 12 months next year. The band are often described as Dark-Pop, but clearly provide something more than that. With rich vocals soaring above dark electronic...