Single Review: Kid Kapichi – Self Saboteur

The Pandemic may have reduced everyone’s motivation tenfold, however, explosive rockers Kid Kipichi are here to reignite the blazing fire in everyone’s hearts with their latest release, ‘Self Saboteur’. The band consists of Jack Wilson and Ben Beetham, who share lead guitar and vocal duties, bassist Eddie Lewis, and drummer George Mcdonald. Based in Hastings, the alt-rock band began...

Single Review: Crystal Tides – Courtney Love

One of the fastest rising unsigned bands in our world today, four-piece Crystal Tides are making waves in the music scene with their indie-rock musings. Based on the South Coast of England, they characteristically mix invigorating pop melodies with attention-grabbing guitar riffs. The band consists of vocalist Billy Gregory, guitarist Harry Knowles, bassist George Regan and Joe Knights on drums. ...

Single Review: The Reytons – Headache

Indie-rock pioneers, The Reytons, have always been hailed as a band who can skillfully command the stage and thrive on making the live setting their own. However, their latest track ‘Headache’ proves that they can easily capture that energy in the studio too. The Reytons are made up of vocalist Jonny Yerrell, Joe O’Brien on lead guitar, Lee Holland on bass guitar and drummer Jamie Todd....

SINGLE REVIEW: James Hartley – Amsterdam

Newly solo indie artist James Hartley is proving that safety in numbers is mere myth, as he offers a sure-fire hit with debut track ‘Amsterdam’. Indie band Kastella may have recently disbanded but that wasn’t the last we’d hear of their frontman James Hartley. After seemingly ending an era with Kastella to pursue endeavours of their own, this has left Hartley with the ability to focus...

SINGLE REVIEW: Pacific – Bottle This Love

Mancunian emerging talent Pacific have recently dropped their newest release ‘Bottle This Love’. The band is made up of brothers Anthony Orzel on vocals and piano, Daniel Orzel on synths and bass, Dave Bithell on guitars, and Drew Burns on drums. They're already on to a flying start, having earned radio play on BBC Radio 1, a live gig on BBC Introducing, written acclaim in Metro and two...

Single Review: Dantevilles – Fool For You

Rock-pop band Dantevilles are relighting the fire behind the overdone theme of hopeless love in their latest track ‘Fool For You’. They released their first self-titled EP and have been making waves in the music industry since then. Their second last offering ‘Bloomin’ Flowers’ was received well and they have followed up the new chapter with ‘Fool For You’. They also included a...