Groovy. Silky. Slow flow and fine.
Lume’s approach to the recent shoegaze revival is modest but instantly gratifying: simple riffs and hard-hitting rhythms played loudly through high-end gear.
Breakfast is a strange meal, and I think I like it that way.
Just in time for the mid-winter glum and hopelessness, The Shivas will come to the rescue with their warm and sunny surf and psych.
2015 was easily the year of indie alt-rock and female-led or dominated bands.
From indie to grunge, we’ve scoured the internet and our emails to find the 25 best artists to look out for in December.
We’re going to bring you everything that’s sitting on a bad little beat whatever its end result.
This is about having fun. This is about not giving said shit and just enjoying some damn ear candy.
After the positive response to last week’s feature, here is another list of exciting artists for you to check out.
If Lou Reed were in his twenties and started the Velvet Underground today, they might sound something like Spowder.
We’re all a grizzle and a spit. Just a mess of mud and sap.
Natalie Prass is a breath of fresh air. Her songs are light, direct and flow oh so well.
I can’t believe my UK friends (I’m from Canada) neglected to tell me about Marika Hackman and Savages.
Stockholm’s oddly-named, but undeniably catchy CIKATRI$ released an EP specifically to honor their appearance at SXSW, but don’t let that be your only taste of this punchy group.
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