Single Review: noyou – ‘Underneath The Pain’

by Amelia Thorpe Sunderland-based electro-pop outfit, noyou kick start 2021 with show-stopping new single, ‘Underneath The Pain’. Shared to all major music streaming platforms on February 26th, the heavily nostalgic offering sees the band reflect on feelings of self-doubt and uncertainty in relationships. ‘Underneath The Pain’ is an energetic, full-sounding track that possesses the same... Continue Reading →

Single Review: VENUS GRRRLS – ‘Goth Girl.’

by Erin McGroovy VENUS GRRRLS explode back onto the scene once again with single, ‘Goth Girl.’ Inspired by riot grrrl pioneers Bikini Kill, the Leeds queens battle not only age-old stereotypes of women in the music industry, especially within rock, but the stereotypes faced by those identifying in subcultures that are a little more out... Continue Reading →

Trio of Releases Out Now On Phlexx Records

by Niamh Christian Phlexx Records have had a number of releases through the label recently including that of  the recently split up Soft Girls & Boys Club,  as well as Fang Jr. & Trekkah.  Fang Jr. - Charity Fingers  The Uk-based electonic artist Fang Jr. has created a 3-track collection of hard hitting bass and... Continue Reading →

EP Review: Black Honey – ‘Disinfect’

by Evie Mallender If ever the aesthetic prowess of Quentin Tarantino manifested itself into band form, it would be Black Honey. In the wake of their 2014 emergence from the elusive void of indie rock, lead vocalist Izzy B. Phillips and her eccentric vocals paint the quartet’s lyrical world of love and lust in a... Continue Reading →

Single Review: Ålesund – ‘Lightning’

by Amelia Thorpe Following the release of their sophomore EP ‘All Hail To Your Queen’ last year, Bristol-based atmospheric Alt-Pop quartet Ålesund return with their latest single, ‘Lightning’. Released on February 26th, the track combines Ålesund’s signature ethereal, yet up-tempo acoustics, and teases their upcoming EP, ‘A Thread In The Dark’, due to be released... Continue Reading →

Single Review: Komparrison – ‘Dancing with Demons’

by Amelia Thrope ‘Dancing with Demons’ is a catchy new offering from the female-fronted indie-pop outfit, Komparrison. After two years of silence, Komparrison return to the North East’s music scene and tease their upcoming EP with recent feel-good single, ‘Dancing with Demons’, which was shared to all major music streaming platforms on January 29th. ‘Dancing... Continue Reading →

Single Review: Ashnikko – ‘Demidevil’

by Hal Kitchen One of the newest rising stars of the hyperpop mould, singer-rapper Ashnikko achieved some degree of success with her breakthrough hit “Stupid” in 2019. She has successfully built on this momentum, writing extensively for artists such as Brooke Candy and Doja Cat, and securing collaborations with Princess Nokia and Grimes for this,... Continue Reading →

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