New music round-up featuring Bridges, Tin Foil Astronaut, The Black Fields, The Orielles and Deanna Petcoff


  Bridges – ‘Ghouls‘ A new signing to our friends over at Rose Coloured Records (order the EP here), Bridges combine the experimental nature of Manchester Orchestra with soaring Snow Patrol-style choruses. Ghouls is a toe-tapping anthem with visceral lyrics (‘My crack-weathered skin’; ‘My knuckles bleached white’) and atmospherics that can’t fail to leave an…

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Murderhouse – ‘HMV Tweets’ stream


‘HMV Tweets’ is the first song to be aired from Brighton emo band Murderhouse’s new self-titled EP (released via Circle House Records on 1 June). It comes ahead of a run of dates with Venn Records signings WACO. It opens with pop-punk guitars that echo the likes of Worriers and Modern Baseball while James Hunt…

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InTechnicolour – ‘Shaker’ stream


Ahead of a short run of dates with Black Peaks (we’ll see you at the Westy in Aldershot, yeah?), Brighton’s InTechnicolour have unveiled the latest single from their as-yet untitled new album. The huge riffs that mark the opening of the song are ones their tour mates would be proud of and then the powerful…

New music round-up featuring Everything Everything, Sl0tface, Quiet Lions, False Advertising and Samoans


Everything Everything – ‘A Fever Dream‘ (live) This video sees Everything Everything showcase the title track from their new album in all its glory.  It opens in uncharacteristically sparse and piano-led fashion, giving plenty of space for Jonathan Higgs’ falsetto to breathe. Within a minute, the glitchy Radiohead-esque elements to come in before the bass…

Murderhouse – ‘BURYMEbeneathGRUBBS’ video stream


Signed to Hanger Records, Brighton’s Murderhouse are a four-piece emo-punk band who play interesting shows with cool bands (their upcoming Brighton gig with itoldyouiwouldeatyou and Orchards looks like it will be a blast) and they also have a healthy disregard for capitalisation and spacing, judging by the title of ‘BURYMEbeneathGRUBBS’. Anthemic from its very first…

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Introducing HEATH and their ‘February’ EP


A three-piece hailing from Brighton, HEATH specialise in indie anthems that have a touch of 80s darkness. Having released their debut EP ‘February’ via Kiling Moon earlier this year, things are already looking positive and there should be a bright future ahead… ‘Give Me Over’ effortlessly combines Maccabees-style vocals and anthemics with electronica that Dave…