From beginning to end, the high energy delivered by Opus Kink was reciprocated by the crowd and the atmosphere was electric. Continue reading Opus Kink’s biggest headline show to date is a sweaty glorious ritual.
The ten-minute collection is irresistibly fun and inspiringly open to all manner of influences. From the first note of ‘dream phone’ by dream phone there recurs one insistent thought: “Yes, yes, yes.” After a robotic count-in, ‘Strut’ locks into a gliding groove, growing into a sparkly homemade party starter. Though humble about their process – which they told us involved indulging “sillier ideas” and making … Continue reading Oxford duo dream phone channel the sugar rush on debut EP.
The new collection from the Bristol artist signed to Spinny Nights is unparalleled in ambition and range. Continue reading Me, Charles EP is a heavyweight championship fight of freeform thinking.
The album showcases The Murlocs’ growth as artists and represents a departure from their previous sound Continue reading ‘Calm Ya Farm’: The Murlocs’ serene escape into country-infused garage.
The seven-track collection continues down the band’s own sordidly gloomy path Continue reading Opus Kink let fly with second EP, ’My Eyes, Brother!’
On SUPERGLUE they advance once again into the unknown, drawing on any influence they can get their hands on. Continue reading Accepting the “monstrous and ill-fitting”: Nukuluk on new EP ‘SUPERGLUE’.
On the week of its release, singer Dominic Rose takes us track-by-track through ‘Inheritance’. Continue reading London 11-piece Fake Turins take us through final EP ‘Inheritance’.
“We provide music and an open door for people of all backgrounds and ages.” Continue reading The George Tavern: two decades of rock and resilience.
“dream phone has always been about having fun and not worrying too much, and with that attitude, silliness tends to follow!” Continue reading A discussion with Oxford duo dream phone, on making space for silliness and their new single ‘no’.