Public Service Broadcasting’s bold manifesto is to ‘teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future.’ The London based experimental musical duo
London based quartet The Cellophane Flowers début album ‘Staring at the World’ could arguably have been released at any point during the last twenty years.
It’s been ten years since Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo burst on to the scene as The Raveonettes with the glorious sonic blitzkrieg that
Imagine you have been set adrift in space, floating alone in that vast star fretted void as you watch the Earth turn slowly beneath you.
“Dangerous, swaggering, dramatic, dark and sexy” is not a description you’d employ to describe the music of Mumford & Sons, but when it comes to
The Waves of Fury are a five piece from Somerset with a penchant for taking classic Rn’B influences and atomising them through a filter of
Manchester’s latest bright young things, PINS have certainly garnered a lot of blog love this year and the cynic may be forgiven for thinking that
Polish electro pop artist Pati Yang has enjoyed huge acclaim in her native land and now looks set to win the hearts and ears of
Meilyr and Dylan, the core members of Race Horses grew up in the isolated coastal town of Aberystwyth, not exactly a place renowned for being