Liverpool-based band The Vryll Society return with their latest track ‘Andrei Rublev’. Drawing inspiration from Russian filmmaker Andre Tarkovsky’s 1996 film boasting the same title, the track is a laid-back and floating piece of psychedelic rock peppered with pop-style vocals and Hip-Hop-esque drums. The song comes ahead of the band’s debut LP, landing this summer. You can stream ‘Andrei Rublev’ below.
Liverpool artist Pizzagirl has released his debut EP ‘An Extended Play’. Having already previously garnished praises from the media with tracks such as ‘Favourite Song’ and ‘Seabirds’, the EP is a six song collection of lo-fi electronic pop bits that are organically warm with character. It’s one of those releases that makes you want to relax by the poolside on a hot weekend afternoon.
Liverpool band Little Grace step forth with the video to their single ‘Higher Ground’. Directed by Jay Bannister, the emotional roller coaster of a break-up is executed in a performance piece by dancers Anna Furnivall and Shameer Rayes. Using blue and orange lighting to create a moody atmosphere to accompany the choreography, this is a great offering from the rising band.
We have been raving about Liverpool band Pink Kink since their initial cheeky track ‘Bubblebutt’. Combining a riotous and energetic dose of punk and disco, the feminist outfit have now unveiled the video for the track. Directed by Katia Ganfield, the visuals are bright and vibrant with pink and pastel blue backdrops, as the girls have loads of fun with even glowing neon added to the mix. Did we mention how much we love this band? Check it out. Read more […]
WRONG Festival are extremely pleased to announce the full line up for the unmissable second-year outing of the vital oddball rock music festival. Set to take place on the 28th of April 2018 at Liverpool Docklands, they’ll be shining a spotlight on talent from both the burgeoning local, and UK-wide, Freakscene.
Joining the already-announced 2018 headliners, cult Cardiff rock band FUTURE OF THE LEFT (feat. members of Mclusky and Million Dead), organisers are pleased to reveal that MUGSTAR will be performing alongside DAMO SUZUKI as his backing band for the evening.
303 have dropped another announcement as part of their huge fifth birthday celebrations, with arguably their biggest booking to date taking centre stage in the Invisible Wind Factory over the Easter weekend, John Digweed.
The legendary selector has been one of the most iconic artists of modern dance music, his flawless mixing and impeccable tune selection a dominant focus of clubland for the past twenty years. Delivering a complete spectrum of electronic sounds, from melody heavy house music to pulsating techno, he’s been feted for decades and remains one of the scenes undeniable greats.
Seriously, there is everything to love about Liverpool band Pink Kink. Aside from one of the greatest band names ever, their energetic blend of hedi punk and pop is all you need to liven up any party. After sharing their second track ‘Munchie Magic’ last month, the group now bring forth the video to the single. Using animation to illustrate their cheeky, sex-friendly lyrics, it’s an overall fun experience as one would expect from the collective. Have a look. Read more […]
Pink Kink have been our latest edition, having shared their insanely hyper pop punk debut ‘Bubblebutt’ last month. The Liverpool band make their return with a follow-up track titled ‘Munchie Magic’. Slightly toning down their and adding surf guitar riffs, creating a tropical shimmer, the hedi cut is a fun dedication to oral sex. You can stream the tune below. Read more […]
If you combine a punk attitude with funk, disco and obscure pop sonics, you might get somewhat close to the sounds of Liverpool band Pink Kink. With a name alone that instantly captures your attention, the group have unveiled their debut song ‘Bubblebutt’. Undoubtedly energetic, the in your face lyrics address issues of misogyny and sexism. A wild ride indeed, Pink Kink is our new binge. Pink Kink 2017 tour dates along with Dead Pretties: Manchester, Castle Hotel – 28 September Newcastle, Read more […]
Last year Liverpool band HAARM made an amazing debut with the breakbeat driven cut ‘Foxglove’. They then followed-up with ‘In The Wild’ which was a nod to the 90s rave period. Now making their return with track number three, their latest single ‘Valentine’, the group continue to fan the flames as their sound etches closer to an electronic pop side, as delicate paired vocals mix with psych keys and upbeat drum lays.