EP Review: KYANOS – Lost In Blue

Ok so picture it now – it’s late 2017, maybe early actually, actually probably not. It’s like roughly late 2017. I’m at a gig in Bury St Edmunds’ The Hunter Club and a certain bass player from KYANOS approaches me drunk. He rambles for a while as I try and make out what he’s saying… […]

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 […]

Track Review: Polly Haynes – I’m Fine

Essex-based singer Polly Haynes released her debut single on Friday (30th March) and it’s fair to say it’s a great track. Haynes has been on the local scene for a while now, having reached the UK Open Mic finals and played countless gigs around the region. Her debut EP is set for release at some […]

Track Review: Stretch Soul Gang – Open Up Your Eyes

We are so so pleased to be premiering the new track from Stretch Soul Gang: Open Up Your Eyes. Off the back of a great 2017 for the band which saw them narrowly miss out on winning BurySOUND and releasing their first single Ain’t Got No Money, the Gang are back with another enthralling track which […]

Homegrown Festival Showcase @ The Hunter Club

An outstanding night of live music at The Hunter Club proved that East Anglia has some of the most diverse and extraordinary talents in the UK music scene. The night, hosted by Barrow’s Homegrown Festival, kicked off with Cambridgeshire’s own Tom Lumley. The singer, along with his very own backing band, proved to be the […]

Macklemore: GEMINI review

Seattle rapper Macklemore’s latest solo record is decent enough, however, it really lacks the cutting edge found in his previous work. His first solo record since 2005’s The Language of My World and his first since his ‘amicable split’ with long-time producer and good friend Ryan Lewis is patchy but has a good handful of decent […]

Hyundai Mercury Prize – The Preview

Tonight, the best of the UK music industry celebrates a great year of music at the Eventim Apollo in London, culminating in the presentation of one of the most prestigious awards in British music: the Hyundai Mercury Prize. The shortlist, made up of 12 records, is always very diverse and unpredictable, and this year is […]