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Introducing: Eliza Shaddad

by Kyle McCormick on 18 April 2014

Having garnered positive press through her live shows as much as her emotive and endearing music, Eliza Shaddad is a promising prospect for the...
Introducing & Track Premiere:...

by Kyle McCormick on 14 April 2014

The Fruitful Earth will release 'Rising Sun', the follow-up to their 2011 debut album, through Big Peach Records at the end of this month. With a...
Introducing: Hailey Tuck

by Kyle McCormick on 12 April 2014

Injecting the kind of 1920s flare into the modern day that we don't know we need, Hailey Tuck strikes gold with her new self-titled EP. With a...
Having garnered positive press through her live shows as much as her emotive and endearing music, Eliza Shaddad is a promising prospect for the world of music in 2014 indeed, as...

Introducing: Eliza Shaddad

by Kyle McCormick on 18 April 2014

The Fruitful Earth will release 'Rising Sun', the follow-up to their 2011 debut album, through Big Peach Records at the end of this month. With a touch of flair inspired by the...

Introducing & Track Premiere: The Fruitful Earth

by Kyle McCormick on 14 April 2014

Injecting the kind of 1920s flare into the modern day that we don't know we need, Hailey Tuck strikes gold with her new self-titled EP. With a visual style that will no doubt...

Introducing: Hailey Tuck

by Kyle McCormick on 12 April 2014

Named after Scott Pilgrim's tantalising love interest, this Bristol-based outfit are sure to mesmerise you in much the same way - leaving you with that vacant Michael Cera facial...

Introducing: The Ramona Flowers

by Kyle McCormick on 11 April 2014

Citing a love of African vibes, this Sheffield-based quartet have drawn in quite a following with their infectious brand of music that brings a glimpse of summer shine to the...

Introducing: Tropic Of Youth

by Kyle McCormick on 08 April 2014

har-te-beest [noun]:Any large African antelope of the genus Alcelaphus, having ringed horns that curve backward: some species are endangered. Rather than mammals from the...

Introducing: H A R T E B E E S T

by Kyle McCormick on 04 April 2014

With a striking resemblance in both age and appearance to Nina Nesbitt, you might be surprised that Laurel isn't one to brandish an acoustic guitar and lament about a broken...

Introducing: Laurel

by Kyle McCormick on 03 April 2014

Jumping in the driving seat of the currently free-wheeling synth-pop bandwagon is this lovable quartet from Manchester, Go Native, comprised of guitarist Nick Toone, sampler...

Introducing: Go Native

by Kyle McCormick on 03 April 2014

The Franklys are a "four piece, all girl rock 'n' roll force", and following the release of their self-titled debut EP just over a year again, they are now poised to release...

Introducing & Track Premiere: The Franklys

by Kyle McCormick on 07 March 2014

Having picked up praise from Clash and The Guardian, "unmarketable pop" maker Michael Forrest is likely to break onto your radar before the end of 2014, if he hasn't already...

Introducing & Video Premiere: Michael Forrest

by Kyle McCormick on 12 February 2014

Coma Coast are an "electro-pop" duo, formed by Mariano Robles and Rey Morales, the London-based singer/DJ and Venezuelan producer/DJ respectively. An outfit so hot out of the...

Introducing & Track Premiere: Coma Coast

by Kyle McCormick on 04 February 2014

  Boho Dancer are a delicate yet edgy three-piece from Denmark. Their folk/rocky sounds are similar to that of Laura Marling; however mixed with the edge of a heavy drum beat...

Introducing: Boho Dancer

by LouisaFarrington on 15 October 2013

Northern Ireland can generally be said to do its rock music really well. OK, I'll acknowledge the elephant in the room - the occasional band who want to know what would happen if...

Introducing: Those Ghosts

by RolandMcIntyre on 02 July 2013

Carving out a unique sound in the over-crowded UK folk market is no mean feat, but Bridie Jackson & the Arbour have managed just this; putting a dark spin on the traditional...

Introducing: Bridie Jackson & the Arbour

by Aled Schell on 26 June 2013

Royal Canoe are a band in their infancy having just released their second EP as a group titled funnily enough Extended Play. They’re a vibrant, fun and exuberant collective and...

Introducing: Royal Canoe

by JamieBrooker on 16 May 2013

S4M TV
Mo Kolours - 'Little Brown Dog'

by AdamTait on 12 April 2014

S4M TV // Dubwiser Dancehall - 'Eyepopper'

by AdamTait on 12 April 2014

S4M TV // Ratking - ‘So It Goes’

by Cristina on 09 April 2014

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