Introducing | Mayors Of Toronto

It’s been 5 years since Birmingham legends Blakfish played their last ever gig at the Flapper with The James Cleaver Quintet, Shapes and Conquistadors. And still, Birmingham isn’t the same.

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Exclusive | Listen to Orchards and their debut single ‘Chemystery’

Ahead of the release of their debut EP Constantly Moving next year, Brighton-based math-pop quartet Orchards have just released their brand new single ‘Chemystery’. Over the past 6 months we’ve

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Introducing | Jr.

LA’s Jr. are just starting out, but with songs this good, it’s only a matter of time until everyone’s listening. As it stands at the moment, Jr. – an alt-pop

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Introducing | Listen to Monobody and their debut live track

Featuring members of The Para-Medics, Loose Lips Sink Ships, Renaissance Sound and The Soft Greens, Chicago’s newest progressive outlet Monobody are set to blow everyone away with their debut track

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Introducing | Listen to Halfsleep’s New Track ‘Opaque’

Texas’ newest instrumental three-piece, Halfsleep, are back in 2014 with the fresh and wonderful ‘Opaque’. Having already released two singles and a full length album as part of a bedroom-esque

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Introducing | Death and the Penguin

Beer in hand, sun shining, and music blaring; it was in the middle of a Bristol-based alternative-music festival, ten minutes from cheddar gorge, when I first met London’s Death and

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Introducing | Patchwork Natives

Joining the ranks in Brighton’s battle for musical supremacy, southern trio Patchwork Natives will no doubt continue their steady growth with every tap, punch and stab in 2014. Set up

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Introducing | Uncle Luc

New output of ex-Stagecoach lead-singer Luke Barham, Uncle Luc showcases a new brand of home-grown pop music… After the bitter-sweet departure of Alcopop Record’s animated pop-rock heros Stagecoach last year,

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Introducing | Cursor Major

Fronted by The Crimea ex-guitarist Andy Norton, Cursor Major are a 4-piece retro-wave pop group that come with a psychedelic sound you’ve never experienced before. Why You Should Listen: Because

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Introducing | Ishmael

Named after one of American literature’s oldest characters, Ishmael seamlessly blend the past with the present and at times the future… Guitar solos aren’t what they used to be. Pardon

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