Astha – ‘More’

Astha looked like she had it all. A flourishing career, with sold out shows across the UK, Australia, and Asia, touring with her boyfriend, who also worked as her producer. All was not as it seemed however. Behind closed doors Astha was having breakdowns, falling asleep in tears, and waking up exhausted. Something was missing – she needed more.

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MADDISON – ‘RECOVERY’

Maddison, from Chepstow in South Wales, cite their inspirations as coming from the likes of Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Muse, but after listening to their new EP, ‘Recovery’, we feel their sound is possibly influenced by artists from closer to home, such as Manic Street Preachers.

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BACK TO BASICS – Earwig’s Lizard McGee Goes Acoustic For New Solo Album And Maiden British Tour Dates

Earwig mainman Lizard McGee is heading to the UK this month to play a series of shows in support of new solo album Spooky Jets At A Distance. […]

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Tremble “Want Me To Want Me”

Tremble began with the chance encounter between Kelly Sweet and songwriter/producer/musicians Haywire and Ajax, known for their work with Miley Cyrus and Duran Duran respectively, in the backyard of Eric Vetro, himself the famed vocal guru to Pink, and Muse’s Matt Bellamy.

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Justina Valentine Asks Us To Show Her The Money With ‘Suga Daddy’

‘Suga Daddy’, from Justina Valentine, is a catchy hip hop track with an Eastern vibe.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: DDATSS

California-based German artists Drama Duo After The Shitstorm (DDATSS) give us their Essential Weekly Playlist.

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Nothing But Thieves: The Electric Ballroom 30/10/2015

Southend-On-Sea band Nothing But Thieves rocked The Electric Ballroom in Camden on 30 October. Steve Holley was there to check them out.

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Calling Apollo – Hunter | Gatherer

With a blend of spacious guitar ambience and a heavy progressive rock sound, Calling Apollo collides, breaking new ground and shedding some light on a […]

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