Track Review: Tom Lumley – Crawling

One of Cambridge’s finest indie talents Tom Lumley is back with an almighty bang with his snarling new track Crawling. With the track being teased for an imminent release during his Homegrown Festival set last month, Lumley surprisingly released Crawling last Friday (29th June) ahead of his homecoming show in Cambridge the same night. The track is […]

Track Review: Gaffa Tape Sandy – Meat Head

Bury St Edmunds trio Gaffa Tape Sandy deliver a track with an important message wrapped up in their passionate brand of garage rock in Meat Head. Ahead of a busy summer festival schedule which sees Kim, Catherine and Robin take in sets at Latitude, Truck and dates abroad in Germany and Iceland, the trio have […]

Track Review: The Glitter Shop – Moon

The Glitter Shop are well and truly back in business with the release of their third single Moon. The release of new music comes off the back of their well-received debut Fizz in 2017, and the soothing Sleep, but with Moon we hear a completely different side to the band who prove time and time again why they are one of […]

Track Review: Polly Haynes – Pulling Me Backwards

After releasing debut single I’m Fine at the end of March, Essex’s Polly Haynes is back with the release of her new track Pulling Me Backwards. Pulling Me Backwards was released last Friday (11th May) rather unexpectedly, and it’s fair to say that the track has a different sound to her debut single. What we loved about I’m […]

Best Of The Rest – Part 1

It’s safe to say that these past few months have been slightly busy with reviews of the latest tracks and EPs from around the region, and a fair few releases have slipped through the net! So here is a brand new feature giving you a round-up of all the music we haven’t reviewed over the past few […]

Track Review: TheState – The Resistance

Everyone’s favourite industrial rock duo TheState are back with an almighty bang with The Resistance. Having released the triumphant Ministry of Truth a year ago today (1st May), the duo are back with The Resistance, a five-minute long heart-racing masterpiece which explores themes of political complacency and ignorance. TheState have also produced a music video to accompany the […]

Track Review: Enterlude – British Dream

If you were looking for a fresh new indie-pop band capable of writing absolutely huge tracks then Enterlude are the band for you. After releasing debut single Hurt Yourself only a few weeks ago, which has a tinge of Kasabian mixed in with 80’s synth-pop, the band are unexpectedly back with the bloody awesome British Dream. British Dream starts […]

Track Review: The Baskervilles – Blood In My Mouth

If you’re a fan of full-blooded indie rock, then you’ll absolutely love Blood In My Mouth from Suffolk’s The Baskervilles. Hailing from Ipswich, the five-piece rockers have been working in the studio for the past two years with award-winning producer Tom Donovan resulting in the absolutely massive 2017 track Kalashnikov and the bloody brilliant Blood In My Mouth released only on […]

Track Review: The Catch – Sort It Out

In what is their second track release of 2018, The Catch prove why they are one of the most talked about bands in Bury St Edmunds with Sort It Out. Sort It Out is slightly different to the track that they released in February, in the sense that Tie Dye was a huge indie rock banger, but the former has it’s […]

Vinyl Review: You Flexi Thing Vol.4 (RSD 18)

Loved by Record Store Day goers and local music fans, R*E*P*E*A*T Records have announced the fourth instalment to their You Flexi Thing catalogue, titled Look Sharp, with tracks from loveable trios Gaffa Tape Sandy and Goldblume. Gaffa Tape Sandy’s Smart Dressed Guy, their debut single released in 2016, sums up their reputable style perfectly: frantic, energetic and exhilarating. […]