It is funny how certain songs come along at exactly the right time. Our Song of the Day is ‘Diamonds’ by Julia & the Doogans.
Sometimes you feel like you have to be in a certain frame of mind when you listen to a style of music. Mummy Short Arms, however have been able to encapsulate all my moods in to one song.
I first came across The Machine Room care of the Tape folks through in Edinburgh and the legend that is Mr Tom Nicol.
Luke Sital-Singh is a brand new find thanks to the ever brilliant Raygun Music Management roster. Thankfully a delve deeper and a listen of 30 seconds of Luke’s track ‘Fail For You’ had me hooked.
I have been a fan of Northern Irish band The Jane Bradfords for about 6 years now. I read that back and I am staggered how long it has been. After a long sabbatical the band are back with an album that is breathtaking.
We were first introduced to the wonderful Withered Hand by potty mouth Song, By Toad. Dan Willson (Withered Hand) is a prodigious songwriter that maintains fragility, yet likeable frankness that is remarkably endearing.
Jonnie Common seems to finally be getting some of the attention he quite rightly deserves. He is by far one of the most gifted artists we have come across.
Having seen Discopolis 3 times now and listened to them on heavy rotation, Podcart have a big love for these young men.
strong>King Tut’s New Year’s Revolution is well underway now and Vukovi played a sold out headline show last night to a barrage of fans. We asked the band a few questions ahead of their show!
So it is that time again that we don’t so much like to declare as our tips for 2012, but more our ‘Ones to Watch’.<!–more–> There will be some in here that you recognise immediately and others that you may need to dig a little deeper. Ultimately, just go and listen to their music. That…