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Made up of four members from across the world, London-based, instrumental noiseniks Axes are on the cusp of releasing their second album Glory. Built around a variety of...

Q&A: Axes

by DavidBeech on 15 October 2014

Photo Credits: Yuli Serfaty & Anisia Affek. Though she's been active for a number of years, Isreali-born Adi Ulmansky has only reason began to focus on her solo career. In the...

Q&A: Adi Ulmansky

by MichelleScott on 13 October 2014

Though their first demo dropped only a year ago, Liverpool's ETCHES have seen their popularity snowball as their sound has progressed. Impressing a host of taste-makers from the...

Introducing: ETCHES

by DavidBeech on 10 October 2014

Everyone's favourite Japanese indie-poppers Taffy are about to hit British shores once again for a run of shows starting at London's Birthdays on Friday (10th). The celebrate...

Taffy's Lucky 7

by AdamTait on 07 October 2014

Having grown up listening to the likes of Nick Cave, London's Feldspar are a band not afraid of the darker sides of life; their music an impressive blend of traditional folk...

Shout Exclusive: Feldspar - Cure for the Night

by DavidBeech on 06 October 2014

Having dropped out of Oxford, leaving behind a Russian degree and choosing instead to pursue a career in music, the 21 year old Hattie Briggs is rapidly making a name for herself...

Introducing: Hattie Briggs

by DavidBeech on 04 October 2014

Growing up as part of a Serbian family in Canada, Milenko Vujosevic, otherwise known as ENSH, never really felt a part of either country's heritage. Like many a misfit, Ensh sought...


by DavidBeech on 04 October 2014

It is, in case it escaped your notice, Monday - which by virtue of simple logic means the weekend is over. Boo. But in an effort to ease the pain of a new working week dawning...
Though they've only been making their own personal racket for around 18 months, Leeds-based noise-mongers STILTS have already seen the likes of John Robb and Steve Lamacq get...

Introducing: STILTS

by DavidBeech on 27 September 2014

Folk music is very much in at the moment. The likes of Mumford & Sons have turned what was a genre for the masses in to a genre for the massive, glossing over the grassroots...
“It's more than just poetry” spits spoken word artist Raphael Blake on the track of the same name. Of course Blake here is referring not just to his own musical output, but to...

Introducing: Raphael Blake

by DavidBeech on 25 September 2014

Canada probably isn't the first place you'd think of summery dream-pop, yet that's where Slow Down Molasses reside from. Indeed, more specifically the six-piece hail from...

Introducing: Slow Down Molasses

by DavidBeech on 24 September 2014

Sheffield's Nat Johnson seems very much to be the quintessential English lady. She likes her tea strong and her music both quaint and inherently charming. Even her own label (Straw...

Shout Exclusive: Nat Johnson - Not Now, Horse

by DavidBeech on 19 September 2014

A noise-punk band featuring twin brothers, and a lot of noise (and punk), make Champion Lover pretty smashing. Not just physically smashing, as in breaking things, but also in...

Champion Lover's Lucky Seven

by Kyle McCormick on 18 September 2014

Following a review of this duo’s album, ‘Everything We Miss’, we also set up a Q&A to dig a little deeper into the collaboration and all those intricate little musical...

Q&A: Andrew Pearson & Lovers Turn To Monsters

by Kyle McCormick on 18 September 2014

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S4m TV // Blitzen Trapper - 'Mystery And...

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S4M TV // Nina Nesbitt - 'Chewing Gum'

by Kyle McCormick on 18 January 2016

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