”Just another shitty loud band”? Kay Pearson says it might not be so!
Natália Jopling Tanser introduces one of the lesser-known bands playing at Boardmasters 2017.
Honeymoons are a vibrant upcoming band ready to charm and transport the south coast with their ‘sadly uplifting dream pop’.
Holly Hammond introduces Idle Frets, an indie quartet from Chester that have been storming the UK with an undefinable sound and a bright future ahead of them.
Culture Editor James introduces the Norwegian pop singer, who’s been recently been propelled to fame.
Eleanor Joyce introduces Sweet Tempest, a Danish duo who tell everyday stories through their dream-pop music.
Holly Hammond introduces Laura Nox, a Swedish singer making her debut with a single full of enchanting melodies you can get lost in and a politically relevant meaning that will resonate with everyone.
Eleanor Joyce introduces Frida Sundemo, the Swedish songstress who’s been working magic on the Scandinavian music scene with her new single ‘We Are Dreamers’.
Writer Eleanor Joyce explains why Reading’s four-piece band Twin Wild and their new EP could be the breakthrough band of 2016.
Writer Eleanor Joyce is on the case to decipher the mystery of the meteoric rise of The Sherlocks.
Head of Relations, Navi Ahluwalia, introduces people to London born electronic soul R&B artist, Zak Abel.
Olivia Krauze introduces Dan Owen, a young, husky-voiced singer/songwriter whose moving new single may very well break your heart.
writer Tash Williamson introduces 5-piece indie pop rock band July Talk.