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 →

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 →

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 →

Rory Wynee – ‘Roses’ Review

By Ryan Wallace - WASTELAND MUSIC The new single from singer/songwriter Rory Wynne is a catchy offering of dreamy, anthemic indie pop. “Roses” perfectly displays Wynee’s ability to write a catchy melody laid over dreamlike synths. The track then energetically builds up into an anthemic chorus, making it an ideal indie bop for a less... Continue Reading →

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