Walt Disco – ‘Dancing Shoes’


Glasgow band Walt Disco have shared new single ‘Dancing Shoes’ ahead of dates with HMLTD in October. The song, released via Sports Team’s Holm Front Records, has flashes of the new romantic movement mixed in with a sadness and pining more akin to Joy Division, Simple Minds or Eagulls. Singer James Potter said the song…

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Boy Scouts – ‘Hate Ya 2’


Previously signed to our friends at Super Fan 99 Records, Boy Scouts (aka Taylor Vick) has moved to Anti Records and is getting set to release her new album ‘Free Company’ on 30 August – and you can get a taster of what’s to come by watching the animated video for ‘Hate Ya 2’ below.…

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Scoville Unit – ‘Beach Song’


New York City indie rockers Scoville Unit have shared the video for ‘Beach Song’, a track that will feature on their self-titled third album, out on 6 September (pre-order here). The video was directed by Troy Carlton at Crane House Film. Singer and songwriter Gandhar Savur says the song is all about escaping to the…

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Dude York – ‘Falling’ album review


Seattle’s premier power-pop trio Dude York have made a welcome return with ‘Falling’ – their second album to be released on the esteemed label, Hardly Art. An album all about how you can fall in and out of all kinds of relationships during your life and how sometimes, it all manages to fall into place.…

Jamie Lenman Shuffle album review

Jamie Lenman – ‘Shuffle’ album review


Anyone who has seen Jamie Lenman play live will know he loves nothing more than to pull out a surprise cover or two. Whether it’s a faithful rendition of ‘Especially for You’ with his wife or songs by Madness and Queen at a festival or even a famous TV theme tune like ‘Home and Away’,…

concrete concrete – ‘Hues’


concrete concrete are a new band from Brooklyn who have already played shows with Alex Cameron and Cavemen. They have a debut album ‘Drifter’ (produced by toe’s Mino Takaaki) ready to wow the math rock community and ‘Hues’ offers a fine introduction to the three-piece’s intelligently crafted sound. Opening with stop-start and zig-zag patterns of…