Having dropped a number of records over the past two years, Leeds band Colour of Spring return with another hazy shoegaze cut titled ‘Echoes’. Taken from their self-titled EP landing April 21 on House of Love Records, the tune, stacked with fuzzy guitar riffs and the serene vocals of Shane Hunter, is perfectly fitting for a mellow summer day in the sun as the content revolves around stepping out of the blissful moments as a child and now transitioning into adulthood, and everything that comes with it.
Leeds band The Golden Age of TV have already gained support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens with their track ‘Between Each Brick’. The band now make their return with a whizzing and catchy piece of indie pop. Playful production contrasts the content which deals with the less than stellar times of a past relationship. This is another fantastic release from the up and coming group. Touching on the track, The Golden Age of TV guitarist Ryan Bird stated: “Dust is about someone Read more […]
Having made his rounds in the house scene releasing music on respected labels such as MadTech, Cajual and more, as well as his Origins imprint, Josh Butler has fired off an explosive round of 4×4 with his new EP ‘Strategem’. Out on Rejected, the three-song record is a well-crafted array of deep, nightly grooves with a notch of tech stirred in the mix. The EP follows Butler’s ‘Heroes Of House’ series, which included collaborations with house music pillars Todd Terry, Marshall Jefferson and Robert Owens, as well as Sante, Darius Syrossian and Bontan. You can stream the ‘Strategem’ EP below.
A few months back, Liverpool electro-pop group HALEM made their debut with the single ‘Runaway’. An upbeat club cut, the group followed-up with the tracks ‘Gravity’ and ‘Unstoppable’, both dance floor gunners. HALEM now shares a remix of ‘Runaway’ courtesy of Leeds producer Josh Hunter. Definitely keeping the sound 4×4 friendly, the production is fit for the big room of any major club around the world. Below is a stream of the ‘Runaway’ remix. Have a listen. Read more […]
Aside from possessing one of the more interesting names in music, Leeds band Dead Naked Hippies make their debut with a song entitled ‘Lights Out’. Like a knock-out delivered punch from a heavyweight fighter, the feisty alternative/post-punk song fires with ripping guitar riffs, thunder-punching drums and frontwoman Lucy Jowett’s no-nosense vocals. If this is only the first lap of the race, Dead naked Hippes are Usain Bolt on the track! Have a listen. Read more […]
We’re deep lovers of psychedelic rock, but we’re even more taken away by bands such as Leeds-based Team Picture who have taken the sound, combining it with a pinch of post punk and noise, adding a big feel to it. Their debut release ‘Birthday Blues’ is an energetic experience through ultra-sonic guitar playing, stadium spread vocals and overly kicking drums. Already a monster of a tune, when hearing this live, the experience will only get better. ‘Birthday Blues’ is currently out now. Read more […]
Having gained loads of international success with her single ‘Headrush’, Leeds singer Hannah Trigwell returns with her new smash ‘Another Beautiful Mistake’. The pop cut which contains elements of indie folk, deals with Trigwell’s a relationship that has come to a bitter end. Lines such as “Don’t you wanna taste my sweet revenge” gel with stadium size production, which will probably earn Hannah Trigwell another hit release. You can check out ‘Another Beautiful Mistake’ via a YouTube lyric video Read more […]
Whilst there have been a number of bands to try to recreate the sound of ska and afrobeat, Leeds band Nubiyan Twist have done it well…extremely well. In 2015, they released their self-titled debut album which garnished support from the likes of David Rodigan and Huey Morgan, just to name a few. With their forthcoming EP ‘Siren Song’ scheduled to land May 27th on Wormfood Records, the 12 piece band now unveil their new track ‘Headhunter’. Heavy-hitting with a roundhouse kick of ska, the festive song is an instant warmer, giving more credibility to the idea that Nubiyan Twist are one of the best to do it in these modern times.
Leeds band Chaika return with another offering of psych noir with their latest single ‘I Fall’. Continuing their hazy and dark sound of garage and psychedelia, their new track drops to a mid-tempo pace from previous racing recordings such as ‘The Quietness’. This doesn’t mean that it is any less trippy and haunting. In fact, ‘I Fall’ is a like a roller coaster drop into a rabbit hole of semi-obscurity, which actually makes the song another curious and addicting piece. ‘I Fall’ is out April 1st. Read more […]
Leeds band Chaika describe their sound as “psych noir”, and they are surely not off the mark. Fusing the sound of psychedelic and garage rock, the band definitely trek into trippier territory than most. Chaika’s latest track ‘The Quietness’ rocks with in-your-face edge, combining psych with noise. Like a wild ride down the rabbit hole of Wonderland, the tune takes many twists and turns into quite imaginative and also mental points. Chaika seem to be in an organic space of creative freedom, and Read more […]