The Faim – Summer Is A Curse

Aussie newcomers The Faim release their debut EP, ‘Summer Is A Curse’.

It feels like The Faim appeared out of nowhere at the beginning of 2018. Ever since, they have continued to hit the ground running, accumulating masses of fans across the UK alone. It has been one massive year for the Australians, who originally formed in 2014, they’ve taken on their debut tour and massive festival appearances at Slam Dunk, Download and Reading/Leeds as well as topping some Spotify charts with some brilliant single releases.

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Halfnoise – Flowerss EP

Paramore drummer Zac Farro releases a new solo EP ‘Flowerss’ just in time for Summer

The multi-instrumentalist and musical genius of many coats Zac Farro eyed up a solo project following his departure from successful rein at Paramore with brother and fellow member Josh. First dubbed as a duo project back in 2010 titled Tunnel, there has been quite a few drastic changes to Halfnoise to make it the one-manned show we see it as now.

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Popes of Chillitown – Work Hard, Play Hard, See You in the Graveyard.

London ska-punk sextet are back and more formidable than ever.

Following the ska brilliance that was Popes of Chillitown’s sophomore record ‘To The Moon’, released back in 2015, the London based genre concoction is back with vengeance with their third full-length album ‘Work Hard, Play Hard, See You in the Graveyard’.

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Oxbloods – Collisions

Taking a look at Manchester’s very own alt-rockers Oxbloods’ debut record ‘Collisions’

Formed only two years ago as a result of a couple of guys jamming at University and began to form the foundations of Oxbloods. After the addition of the final members and some extensive songwriting, the quintet are ready and raring to take on their bustling music scene and share their debut record ‘Collisions‘ with the world.

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Don Broco – Technology

Taking a look at the long-awaited third album from Bedford sensations Don Broco.

The long awaited third album from British indie/pop-rock sensations Don Broco has finally hit and it truly is something special for the quartet. It has been a long time coming for the group as they’ve already gone through a rollercoaster of a year previous. ‘Technology‘ marks something new for the group and you wouldn’t want to miss out on the ride.

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Glass Mountain – Wow and Flutter EP

Bradford indie newbies Glass Mountain sets to release their sophomore EP.

Formed only a short two years ago, Bradford based quartet Glass Mountain bring a poetic stance on melody and music progression. Following their debut EP release of ‘Glacial’ in their fundamental year and a brilliant year for growth 9n 2017, they are ready to bring forth the anticipated follow up ‘Wow and Flutter‘ in February.

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Dead! – The Golden Age of Not Even Trying

Taking a look at at the debut full-length record from Dead!

Even before I listen to Dead!’s debut full-length album, I feel like I am already so familiar with it. That’s not to say that it’s the same as everything I’ve heard before, but instead, it is because of how easily the London-based four-piece makes you feel at home when sharing their music. These guys, despite being relatively new to the scene, sound like a finely tuned unit already; rare to see on a debut.

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