Song of The Week: Garden / Hinds

The time has finally come for Spanish garage-rockers Hinds to announce their debut album along with the gleaming opening track, Garden. Leave Me Alone will see both old favourites and new material form an epic collection of twelve songs that scream fun, ecstasy and truth about the twelve faces of love they’ve experienced. Taking to social media, the band … More Song of The Week: Garden / Hinds

Song of The Week: Lousy Connection / Ezra Furman

Recently releasing his third album Perpetual Motion People, Ezra Furman is the kind of artist that holds a soft spot in everyone’s heart. His lyrics of social rebellion and totally non-conformist image would seem more like traits of a boisterous activist and not a humble cross dresser. Totally unique and adventurous, with the support of his band ‘The Boyfriends’, Ezra … More Song of The Week: Lousy Connection / Ezra Furman

Song of The Week: Mountain At My Gates / Foals

The return of Oxford rockers Foals has been highly anticipated to say the least – the five piece have been relatively quiet since 2013’s brilliant Holy Fire. Now, much to the delight of their army of fans, Foals are back with a vengeance. As album number four What Went Down edges ever closer, teaser tracks are generating a … More Song of The Week: Mountain At My Gates / Foals

Song of The Week: Honeymoon / Lana Del Rey

It doesn’t seem that long ago since Elizabeth Woolridge-Grant, more commonly known as Lana Del Rey, graced us with her second album Ultraviolence in follow up to her critically acclaimed breakthrough Born To Die. She’s been on an upward trajectory over the years scoring performances at Glastonbury and holding multiple US and worldwide tours, so the announcement of a … More Song of The Week: Honeymoon / Lana Del Rey

Song Of The Week: Flame / Sundara Karma

By the time you’ve worked out how to say Sundara Karma, this Reading four piece will be soaring into the indie rock stratosphere. The band’s new track Flame is their first release since signing to Chess Club records, and is aptly named with its punchy sound making it definite hot property this summer. The rich, glittering intro to … More Song Of The Week: Flame / Sundara Karma

Song of The Week: Pages Of Gold / Flo Morrissey

Elegant and ethereal, the sound to your summer would not be complete without a Flo Morrissey track to see you through those hot days of lying in the sun and reading a book. Surfacing late last year, the 20 year old singer has already made quite an impact with her unique vocals honing a more classical tone than … More Song of The Week: Pages Of Gold / Flo Morrissey

Album of The Week: A Dream Outside / Gengahr

A Dream Outside is the stunning debut release from London foursome Gengahr. The bands previous records, EP’s released last year including She’s a Witch and Powder/ Bathed in Light, received critical acclaim and helped them gain a following who have been eagerly awaiting their debut album. On Friday, Gengahr hosted an album release party at the Rio Cinema … More Album of The Week: A Dream Outside / Gengahr

Song Of The Week: White Light / Shura

Those late 80s R&B sounds that fizzled away along with spandex, glitter and big hair, might not be as far away as you thought with contemporary singer/songwriter Aleksandra Denton aka Shura bringing them back to the musical forefront. But don’t worry, there’s no spandex and instead the BBC Sound of 2015 longlister is fusing the pop sounds of the past … More Song Of The Week: White Light / Shura