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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.…

Graveyard Club – ‘It Hurts’


When a press officer references Stars in their pitch, you know a band are going to be worth checking out. This was the case with Minneapolis four-piece Graveyard Club. The band also list Arcade Fire, The Cure and New Order amongst their influences on their Facebook page and this all shines through on the synth-heavy…

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Quiet Lions – ‘Absenteeism’ album review


We’ve all been eagerly awaiting the debut album from Quiet Lions for quite some time now and recent singles ‘Echo Chamber’ and ‘Wasteland’ have just whet the anticipation even more. Based around social and political issues, they hinted at the overriding theme of isolation and dissociation in today’s digital world that can be found throughout…

Super Lemon Days No Slackin stream

Super Lemon Days ‘No Slackin” stream


Hailing from just north of Birmingham, Super Lemon Days have already released a couple of EPs and played shows with emo heroes including Drug Church, Radiator Hospital and Apologies, I Have None. Now, they’re set to release ‘No Slackin”, a three-and-a-half-minute song that wonderfully blends in elements of slacker pop (of course) and more experimental…

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Lofi Legs – ‘Dreamin’


San Francisco band Lofi Legs live up to their name with the short and sweet ‘Dreamin’. Appearing on their upcoming debut album ‘Lamb’, the song finds the real-life couple of Maria Donjacour and Paris Cox-Farr sharing their love in a way that is reminiscent of Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) or The Moldy…

Deanna Petcoff Stage Lights stream 2019

Deana Petcoff – ‘Stage Lights’


Toronto native Deanna Petcoff writes ‘happy songs about sad things’ and new single ‘Stage Lights’ captures this perfectly. Opening with a Kim Deal-esque bass line, Deanna starts to look back on a night where she felt a spark with a touring musician and asks ‘What if?’ She wonders what might have been if instead of…