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Four For Friday : 20 October 2017

October 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

Trudy And The Romance: Twist It, Shake It, Rock and Roll Trudy And The Romance are back with their own version of the Rock and Roll past, with single Twist It, Shake It. Rock and Roll. Giving you all the feels of a date with a leather jacket sweetie at the local malt shop.  Taken from their [Read More...]

Song Of The Day: Sheafs ” This Is Not A Protest “

October 11, 2017 // 0 Comments

Surely to become an indie anthem, SHEAFS newest single This Is Not A Protest is one that will have you screaming the words back to the band from the front row and beyond. Have a listen:   Catch SHEAFS, along with some other amazing bands at [Read More...]

Song of the Day: Listen to St. Vincent’s New Song “Pills”

October 10, 2017 // 0 Comments

Annie Clark has shared the official audio release of Pills from her forthcoming St. Vincent album Masseduction. She premiered Pills song over the weekend at the Red Bull Music Academy Festival in Los Angeles The track features several guests including a Jack Antonoff production, saxophone from [Read More...]

New Release: Listen to Plaza’s Speak It

October 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

Plaza has been on our radar since they released Totem, their debut back in 2016, their gritty, 90 influenced rock is right up our alley. Their newest release Speak It, shows how the band has grown since then. They have been sharpening their craft since then, by taking the stage supporting [Read More...]

Song OF The Day: ” Here We Go Again ” by Ella Grace Denton

October 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

The rain has been falling here for three days now, so it has been a bit dreary around here. Actually, it is days like this that are my favorite, the darkness of the sky, the sound of distant thunder and the rain hitting against the window in front of me. It makes me want to grab a cozy blanket and [Read More...]

Song Of The Day: Hello Operator ” Oosh “

September 29, 2017 // 0 Comments

“There’s a place up north-west called Oswick. Folklore riddles the air of an estranged lady who once dwelled the outskirts. On the eve of each new year, she could be found twirling at the back of the ballroom, casting dark pirouettes across the floor. According to local belief, whenever the [Read More...]
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