Daft Punk may be no more but their ‘Anti-Stardom’ spirit lives on. This article is a homage to the duo’s constant against the grain thinking.
In no particular order here are our top 20 albums of 2020.
In our second installment of Life In London we hang out with rising artist Ellie Bleach.
Racism is prevalent in all facets of the music industry, especially in the South West. This is my perspective, as a POC.
Introducing the British, London based, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer, Barnaby Keen.
As live music potentially returns to our little Island we should look towards another, New Zealand for inspiration.
The A.V. Club are relative newcomers but their infectious indie-electro pop sound is setting them aside from their peers.
In this edition of ‘Cornish Spotlight’ we check out shoegaze/surf rock brother duo Dirtsharks. A band with a captivating and alluring sound.
The eight album from Australian artist Ziggy Alberts is nothing short of beautiful.
We caught up with frontman Angus Rogers to chat about Opus Kink’s music, their influences and creating an automated trumpet player.
Brighton’s latest fuzz drenched group Les Bods have come bursting through with their new single ‘Free Your Mind’.
The duo Numbers Don’t Count have released their retrospective, 70’s inspired acoustic driven single ‘Wholesome You”.
Opus Kink, a stylish six-piece from the creative lands of Brighton, brings us their new single ‘Wild Bill’.
The alt-pop newcomer Low Girl makes a stirl with her latest single ‘Big Now’.
The latest single from Brightons Hybrid Kid is as infectious as it is wild and unpredictable.
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