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GØSPEL: ‘Bodies’

Having picked up dedicated support from mainstream radio and music sites over the course of 2016, GØSPEL have cemented themselves as one of the bands to move a step closer to becoming one of the more established new electronic artists of 2017.  Their new single ‘Bodies’ set to be released 6th January is a familiar mix…

Stööki Sound – ‘Hear That (Feat Jelacee & P Money)’

Having toured the world substantially, London-based duo Stööki Sound have gained notable praise and support over the last year. Their latest release ‘Hear That’ will please both hardcore grime-heads and casual fans. This delivers a steady, honed track that’s sharp enough to split flesh from the bone. With it’s hiccuping vocal rhythms, synths that sound like they have a…

Hawk: ‘Mirror Maze’

Ahead of the EP She Knows, due for release 17th March next year via Veta Records, London-based alt-quartet Hawk have released, what I feel, is their most promising song to date. ‘Mirror Maze’ like most of the band’s discography has a muscularity about it, but this manages to cast a ghostly folk wave over it. Almost…

Dead!: ‘Something More Original’

London-based ferocious alt-rock 4-piece Dead! are set to venture out on an extensive UK tour over the next two months. Having already gained mass praise for their dynamic live show, they have revealed their latest meteoric release, ‘Something More Original’. Drenched in punk-swagger, this is a liberated call back to the best of MTV2’s 120 Minutes.…

BARLI: ‘Insignificunts’

London newcomer BARLI has unleashed fierce new synth banger ‘Insignificunts’. Laden with tenebrous pop arpeggios, BARLI’s undeniable confidence shines through both lyrically and vocally. ‘Insignificunts‘ is an elaborately layered, mesmerising listen.

Ex Libras – ‘Drive’

I remember seeing London-based Ex Libras in Glasgow’s 13th Note back in 2010. I recall my jaw being especially sore from smiling and generally feeling quite gobsmacked by the whole show. As a trio they are one of the tightest and most talented outfits I have seen in my time blogging. Their latest track ‘Drive’…

H. Grimace – ‘To The Shaggerston’

London’s H. Grimace are today’s Song of the Day and continue a straight run of excellent new tracks for 2015. ‘To The Shaggerston’ is taken from forthcoming Scottish label Soft Power Records release – I Am Material. It will be available on only 100 Limited Edition pale grey cassette tapes and 50 Yellow tapes, official…

Pin Tweaks – Girl On The Wire

Song of the Day is courtesy of London duo Pin Tweaks. I don’t think you require a bastarding brain surgeon to realise where they got their name from. There is something fascinating about ‘Girl on the Wire’. With a heady indulgence, it provides a deluge of moments to get lost in, however vocals almost reminiscent…