LAYKS – ‘Internet Friends’ Single Review

By Amelia Thorpe After what seemed like the longest four months in lockdown, Indie-pop soloist, LAYKS broke the silence with dreamy new single, ‘Internet Friends’, upon its release on July 30th. Made up of British multi-instrumentalist, Sam Martin, and self-described as “nostalgic and colourful indie-pop”, the 1980s synth-pop inspired LAYKS, is an exciting new name... 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 →

DARLING ZINE

DARLING ZINE by Emily Duff - Issue 1. Tits Upon Tyne will be featured in the format of an interview with founder, Natalie Greener. Darling Zine Issue One by Emily Duff, Cover by Rebecca Reed (Candy Vortex) - Promoting Creative Wxmen in Music, Art and Film - 44 Full Colour Pages Professionally Printed - Uses... 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 →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑