Blood Red Shoes Howl

Blood Red Shoes – ‘Howl’


Ahead of two sold-out ‘Singles Night’ shows in London and Brighton and the release of new album ‘Get Tragic’ early next year, Blood Red Shoes have unveiled ‘Howl’. Written in Laura-Mary Carter’s mother’s kitchen and inspired by the best of ’80s Prince and Janet Jackson, the soulful, electronica-tinged and eminently danceable song is all about…

Sœur – Top 5 Influences and Digs


Following the release of their ‘Fight’ EP (check out our review here), Tina from Sœur talks us through five songs that have influenced the band’s sound and five acts you should be checking out right now….   Top 5 Influences Black Honey – ‘All My Pride‘ Pop banger, got everything you want from a pop…

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Sœur – ‘Fight’ EP review


Bristol trio Sœur have already played at countless major festivals and are currently in the midst of a comprehensive UK tour to support the release of their second EP, ‘Fight’. ‘Quiet It’ opens the EP with Tina and Anya’s soulful and distinct vocal styles interlocking in style over brooding drums as they deliver personal and…

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HUSSY – ‘Slayer’


South London’s Sophie Nicole Ellison, known as HUSSY, has just released a double A-side of ‘Slayer’ and ‘Playtime’ ahead of an EP in early 2019. ‘Slayer’ is full of grunge-laden guitars and more restrained shoegazing moments as Sophie tries to capture the feeling of not quite knowing what you’re meant to do with your life…

The Plainviews – ‘Bladerunner’ video stream


Made up of members of Idles and The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, The Plainviews are an in-your-face rock band with ‘songs about nothing’. With one line repeated over and over again – ‘Go and get the gun’ – ‘Bladerunner’ is 2 and a half minutes of unadulterated heavy monster riffs that will make you feel…

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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…

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Bellevue Days – ‘Rosehill’ EP review


We’ve been hearing good things about Bellevue Days for quite a while now and when we saw them at 2000 Trees, we were suitably unpressed. Playing the festival mere days after releasing the ‘Rosehill’ EP, the Croydon four-piece have plenty more exciting gigs in the pipeline – including appearances at Citadel and the Summer Westival…