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Born Fighters share ‘Little Green Tree’


Named after a Nick Lowe song, Born Fighters are London-based Luke Barham (who you will know from Stagecoach/as Uncle Luc) and Los Angeles native Peter Maffei. Although the friends live over 5,000 miles away from each other, their shared love of power pop inspired them to write ‘Little Green Tree’ during a meet-up while Luke…

Uncle Luc Plateaux stream 2018

New music round-up featuring Uncle Luc, El Morgan and the Divers, Tigercub, Why Bonnie and Tiny Moving Parts


Uncle Luc – ‘Plateaux’ After a couple of years focusing on Super Fan 99 Records, Uncle Luc makes a welcome return with this American-tinged slice of power-pop – complete with handclaps, DIY keyboards and a cute sense of playfulness. Luc sings about keeping notes in his iPhone telephone and considers how he doesn’t always believe…

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Cotillon – ‘Cotillon’ album review


We recently posted a stream of Cotillon’s (or Jordan Corso, to give him his real name…) ‘Call Me Up’ and it showcased a songwriter with immense promise. Now you’ll have the chance to hear his self-titled debut album. Released by Super Fan 99 Records in the UK, we suggested before that ‘Call Me Up’ could…

Uncle Luc – ‘Humblebrag’ album review


We’ve spoken at length about our love for the much-missed Stagecoach before and have hosted the first releases from frontman Luke’s Barham’s solo project Uncle Luc. ‘I Write’, ‘Farewell Monsoon’ and the songs featured in his mini movie ‘Owner of the Loneliest Song’ hinted at a more stripped-down sound than his previous band, but with…