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ings – ‘Lullaby Rock’ album review


Seattle-based guitarist, creative, songwriter and promoter ings releases new album ‘Lullaby Rock’ on 15 November. Influenced by singer-songwriters including Bjork and Ben Folds, the album was inspired by her move to the Emerald City and her experiences within the close-knit local music community. An alluring bass line opens ‘If Not You’, which finds ings delivering…

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Beach Bunny – ‘Dream Boy’


Chicago-based four-piece Beach Bunny have announced they have signed to Mom+Pop Records and shared new single ‘Dream Boy’ ahead of the release of debut album ‘Honeymoon’ on Valentine’s Day next year (pre-order here). Fitting somewhere between Bleached, Modern Baseball and Dude York, the song has already been a huge success on streaming services with over…

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Dead Soft – ‘I Believe You’


After playing shows with Bully, The Breeders and Broken Social Scene, Dead Soft are preparing to release their new album ‘Big Blue’ via the ever-reliable Arts & Crafts. To whet your anticipation, they’ve shared new single ‘I Believe You’. The album itself was inspired by the way the band had to leave Vancouver (regarded as…

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Sløtface – ‘Stuff’


Sløtface have followed up recent single ‘Telepathic’ with break-up anthem ‘Stuff’. The song finds Haley Shea listing some of the things that are left behind (both physically and emotionally) when it comes to getting out of a relationship: ‘It’s just stuff, it has no meaning anymore, things to fill the empty space’. She then goes…

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Rosie Tucker shares video for ‘Habit’


Rosie Tucker has shared the lemon-drenched video for their new single ‘Habit’, one of many highlights from album ‘Never Not Never Not Never Not’. It opens with Rosie laying their heart bare: ‘I wanna tell you I’m sorry but what’s a couple words? Drops in the Pacific between us’ before going on to admit that even…