Brutalligators – ‘Coffee & Codeine’


Hertfordshire-based quartet Brutalligators have shared ‘Coffee & Codeine’ – their first ‘proper’ single (none of us want to count out Christmas songs, do we?) in almost two years. Released through Beth Shalom Records, the single was produced by Tom Hill and finds the band examining the effect of the end of a cherished relationship, with…

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Bryony Williams – ‘Dive’


Beth Shalom Records signing Bryony Williams has shared ‘Dive’ ahead of the re;ease of new EP ‘State I’m In’ on 30 October. Written after a three-month backpacking world adventure, the song is described by Bryony as her ‘most delicate piece of work to date’ as she talks about making the difficult decision to be a…

Kern Parks – ‘Elephant’


New Beth Shalom Records signing Kern Parks (Kieran Alexander) has shared new single ‘Elephant’. A rumination on the producer and multi-instrumentalist’s past and how key events have shaped who he is as a person, the song opens in sparse, acoustic fashion with introspective lyrics about being kept grounded and rounded. Around 75 seconds in, subtle…

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Bryony Williams – ‘I Can Be’


Wolverhampton-based singer-songwriter Bryony Williams has signed to our friends at Beth Shalom Records and shared ‘I Can Be’ – the lead single from her upcoming third EP, ‘State I’m In’ (out on 25 September). A song about fleshing out your inner confidence and owning who you are, the assertive anthem has an indie-rock sound but…

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Marigolds – ‘Spinning’


Norwich five-piece Marigolds have shared new single ‘Spinning’ ahead of the release of new EP ‘Hot Springs’ via Beth Shalom Records on 20 March. The EP follows support slots to bands including Turnover and Spring King and the band say they ‘see this EP as a step forward for Marigolds. Each song offers enough versatility…

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Human Head – ‘Sorry, I Wasn’t Listening’


Signed to our friends at Beth Shalom Records, Human Head released the ‘Sorry, I Wasn’t Listening’ EP back in December and it’s been on our list to write about ever since. A combination of poet Joshua Jones’ spoken-word social commentary and Thom Weeks’ (Gnarwolves, Shit Present) industrial, DIY instrumentation, the five tracks cover themes including…