Best of 3: October II

They're coming in thick and fast from London in our top songs of this week. Nimmo – Dancing Makes Us Brave There’s no doubt now that Nimmo are here to take all, set to sweep charts and clubs with 'Dancing...

Album Review: Jamie T – Trick

The Wimbledon days are over, there’ll never be another Panic Prevention and it’s time to stop mourning for Jamie T of old. All that’s okay though. Jamie Treays is 30 now, putting it at nearly a decade since tha...

Best of 3: Songs This Week August II

August is delivering thick and fast with new releases - check out the best three from this week. Novelist – Girls around the world Young Lewisham hope Novelist has stepped back from pioneering his aggress...

Best of 3: Songs This Week July II

With new releases popping up left right and centre, it's a shout-out to the solo artists for the best songs of this week. Mabel - Thinking Of You Mabel’s early 00s influenced R&B returns in its bigges...

Best of 3: Songs This Week June IV

It’s been a rough day; with our Best 3 songs this week you can wallow in Brexit Blues with Metronomy and Keaton Henson, or try and shrug them off with Daniel Wilson’s disco smoothness. Keaton Henson – Alrigh...

Preview: Tramlines Festival

In the last few years there’s been growing evidence that the goliath festivals, once too big to fail, are starting to grow stale. Metropolitan festivals are the current flavour, substituting hangovers in a floo...

Best of 3: Songs This Week May III

All of this week's picks are returning Brits. Have a listen to some massive new tunes below. Glass Animals - Life Itself ‘Life Itself’ is the first bite into Glass Animals’ sophomore album which is la...

Listen: Flyte cover Arcade Fire’s ‘The Sprawl

In a delightfully unexpected turn, chipper indie boys Flyte have released a guerilla acapella video of themselves covering Arcade Fire's 'The Sprawl. Filmed underneath Westerminster Bridge, you can hear the car...

Introducing: Glass Mountain

Glass Mountain are a throwback to a fonder time in alternative rock, when it was possible to defend Coldplay (A Rush of Blood to the Head) for big 'ol power chords and shameless stadium drumming. The notion of ...