Single Review: ‘Johnny’ – Swine Tax

by Amelia Thorpe Tearing down the walls of silence, Newcastle-based quartet, Swine Tax return with their most recent single ‘Johnny’. Released to all major streaming services on December 4th, the boisterous new single showcases an engaging new side to the band as they couple their frenetic and anxious energy to a motorik, groove-laden track. Recorded... Continue Reading →

Single Review: ‘Baby’ – Picnic

by Catherine Entwistle Dancefloors may still be empty and music venues still largely closed across the country, butsax-driven, Sunderland-based group, PICNIC’s latest single is sure to have you moving andgrooving in your kitchen. Released on 16 th October this year, ‘Baby’ is the perfect feel-goodpop banger. It couldn’t have come at a better time, bringing... Continue Reading →

Georgie – At Home EP review

By Niamh Christian Singer-songwriter Georgie from Mansfield has recently released an incredible 8 track EP with a very relatable title for the current world situation: At Home. Being stuck inside during lockdown has been aa difficult time for many, and Georgie is no exception. Suddenly having to curtail a high profile tour in support of... Continue Reading →

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 →

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