The Neighbourhood Releases Self-Titled Album, ‘Scary Love’ Music Video

In lieu of sweater weather, The Neighbourhood is embarking on a successful spring season with the band’s recent self-titled album drop. After two back-to-back EPs, (“Hard” in Sept. 2017 and “To Imagine” in Jan. 2018) these boys are on fire and coming in hot with a selection of suave tunes. The eponym is available now […]

Jumanji Drops Glossy Indie Pop About Relationships Going Nowhere

Stuck in the same loop, this relationship is going nowhere – like “Swings And Roundabouts”. Brighton’s Jumanji are back with a euphoric indie pop single with a focus on our frustratingly circular affairs. “I don’t want to fight,” every time we do it’s just the same old repeat, repeat, repeat. When is repeat going to […]

The Hails’ Laid Back Single “Younger” Croons For Different Times

Tell me how it was when you were younger. I’m sure it was better then – I’m sure you and I were better then. I’ll wait around, the clock waits not for me. A younger me would tell me not to wait around, but here I am pretending to kill the time when all that’s […]

Tipling Rock Are Looking For Something New In “TMSN”

I’m trying, babe, can you tell me something new? Don’t blame me, love, it’s sometimes hard to get it right. Don’t be so hard on me – can’t you see I want to be better? I’m trying, trying all the time. Can’t you give me a line to hang on to? Plucky guitar and a […]

SALES Delight With Dulcetly-Human New Single, ‘Off and On’

Similar to the ways in which The xx melds emotive elements of electronica with the celestial utterances of Romy Madley Croft and Oliver Sim, the Orlando-based indie duo SALES, too, embodies a sophisticated aural presence through their own distinct marriage of the aforementioned. With a sense of urgency and Lauren Morgan’s dulcet vocal confrontations, SALES thrills on their aptly-named […]