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PREMIERE // Young Romance -...

by AdamTait on 04 March 2015

Almost exactly a week ago we were happily sharing Young Romance's track 'Wasting Time' with you. And we had such a great time doing it that we...
Q&A: Affairs

by SeanAtkinson on 04 March 2015

Relocating is often a make or break situation for a young band; uprooting and moving away from a fan-base could either spell disaster, or open up a...
Q&A: Pocket Apocalypse

by DavidBeech on 04 March 2015

When most people think of music from Liverpool, it's not often associated with melodic post-rock and intricate math-rock, but Pocket Apocalypse are a...
Almost exactly a week ago we were happily sharing Young Romance's track 'Wasting Time' with you. And we had such a great time doing it that we figured the next logical step...

PREMIERE // Young Romance - 'Wild'

by AdamTait on 04 March 2015

Relocating is often a make or break situation for a young band; uprooting and moving away from a fan-base could either spell disaster, or open up a whole new set of doors for the...

Q&A: Affairs

by SeanAtkinson on 04 March 2015

When most people think of music from Liverpool, it's not often associated with melodic post-rock and intricate math-rock, but Pocket Apocalypse are a band who refuse to be bound by...

Q&A: Pocket Apocalypse

by DavidBeech on 04 March 2015

Glass City Vice are a Brighton four piece who formed back in 2011, drawing influence from the sounds of the Foo Fighters, Death Cab and The Pixies.  Praised for their catchy...

PREMIERE: Glass City Vice - '72nd Street'

by DavidBeech on 03 March 2015

Whilst Sheffield might well be most famous for being the hometown of indie-urchins-turned-cocaine-connoisseurs, Arctic Monkeys, but the four “troubled and twisted individuals”...

VIDEO PREMIERE: Stop Drop Robot - 'Cradle'

by DavidBeech on 02 March 2015

Comprised of smooth eclecticism, Time For T have risen from the creative centrifuge that is the southern UK city of Brighton. Their strange breed of sound travels through a rhythm...

Introducing: Time for T

by DavidBeech on 27 February 2015

If it's a nostalgia trip you're after then look no further, than this four piece outfit. The Turning have followed their passion for early sixties mod and late seventies punk, to...

Introducing: The Turning

by DavidBeech on 25 February 2015

Intro: Dave Beech / Questions: Sean Atkinson / Image: Danny Payne Indie-pop and psych aren't two genres which one would immediately associate with each other, Danish outfit...

Q&A: Rosenthal

by SeanAtkinson on 25 February 2015

With a musical legacy that stretches back decades, bands from Manchester certainly have a lot to live up to. Fortunately for Feed the Kid, such expectations are not just met,...

PREMIERE: Feed the Kid - 'Red River'

by DavidBeech on 19 February 2015

Slacker rock has always got a bad press, the clue is in the name. Falling somewhere between indie, punk and grunge, it's viewed by many as the aural equivalent of the dole queue, a...

Shout Exclusive: Babies - 'Sink'

by DavidBeech on 19 February 2015

Much like their name suggests, The Glue Ensemble are a band who have stuck together despite a variety of setbacks. Forming six years ago, the decision to play acoustically became...

Interview: The Glue Ensemble

by DavidBeech on 16 February 2015

Following on from an early album review, and feature. It's clear we here at Shout4Music have been quite taken with Norwegian songstress Ellen A. W. Sunde, otherwise known as Sea...

Q&A: Sea Change

by DavidBeech on 13 February 2015

Having sold out their debut tour on little more than word-of-mouth alone, it's of little surprise that relative newcomers October Drift possess the kind of appreciation for gut...

Introducing: October Drift

by DavidBeech on 10 February 2015

Originally called just Amber, although you already knew that, Amber Run are signed to RCA Records and poised to release their debut album later this year. Ahead of that came the...

Q&A: Amber Run

by Kyle McCormick on 09 February 2015

Following the release of their second album ‘Contact Fix’ this week via Mountains Of Records, we posed some questions to Derby based math rock purveyors Alright The Captain....

Q&A: Alright The Captain

by Kyle McCormick on 07 February 2015

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by AdamTait on 03 March 2015

S4M TV // Sea Change - 'Squares'

by AdamTait on 27 February 2015

S4M TV // Public Service Broadcasting - 'Go!'

by AdamTait on 24 February 2015

S4M TV // The Prodigy - 'Wild Frontier'

by AdamTait on 24 February 2015

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