Grammy and Mercury prize nominated Wolf Alice, who are currently touring Europe, visit Brighton in March. They released their debut album “My Love Is Cool” in June 2015 which landed at number 2 in the charts, and are known for their amazing live performances, with many saying they stole the show […]

Earlier this month, Nottingham alt-rock trio Some Skeletons released their debut album Vigils on indie label Mountains of Records. Aidan Blenkinsopp, James Housley and Simon J. Curd met and formed at Nottingham University a few years ago after being in various bands separately. Having released a couple of EPs as […]

Having wondered quite recently what she was up to, I was pleasantly surprised that Jillian Banks, known simply as BANKS, has just released her first new recording since her debut album; Goddess. This year, Banks has lent her vocals to the brilliant remix of 1998 by Chet Faker and with […]

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