Single Review: noyou – We’re So Sorry

By Emily Duff Sunderland locals, noyou, have released their latest track We’re So Sorry. With an indie synth sound, the band blend a trendy genre with interesting distortions and their member’s obvious musical abilities. Tackling traditional heavy rock tones with their synth sound creates an exciting and unusual aspect to listen to.  Having crashed the... Continue Reading →

Blamire – Interview and Article

By Fern Mcerlane In a city best known for indie and alternative music, Newcastle based synth-pop mavens Blamire dare to do something different. Currently releasing singles building up to a debut EP, their uniquely retro sound is nostalgic yet refreshing. Fern McErlane caught up with Alex Blamire for more insight into the band. Beginning as... Continue Reading →

Single Review: Hania – ‘Asleep’

By Erin McGroovy ‘Asleep’ is the latest single seeing us into the summer from Hanna Maria Barsznica, aka Hania, dropping 10th July in Europe. It is the first track from her eagerly awaited EP, floating down onto the scene later this year. Hania recently broke away from the independent label she was signed to in... Continue Reading →

Hannah Roeves: ‘Pills and Cans’ Review

By Niamh Christian Lockdown's been bringing out the creativity in some people, with so much spare time on their hands. Hannah Roeves has really been making the most of this spare time as she has managed to write, record and produce her debut single 'Pills and Cans' during it.  The 18-year-old from Sunderland could hypnotise... Continue Reading →

KITES – ‘Pretend’ review

By Niamh Christian There's not much better than a sad yet upbeat indie love song to cry and sing my heart out to. 4-piece rock and roll outfit from Newcastle, KITES are set to release their third single on June 19th, 'Pretend'. Heart aching lyrics sung with silvery emotion-filled vocals, crying "I don't believe in... Continue Reading →

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