Ceci Noir delivers a modern twist that grabs you ‘Away’

Ceci Noir‘s latest song ‘Away’ is like a raw, gritty letter straight from the 90s grunge era, but with a modern twist that grabs you by the ears. This track churns with a distinctive vibe – a killer combo of frustration, passion and rebellion that demands your attention. The musical landscape of “Away” shows off […]

APRA AMCOS’ Dean Ormston Shares Blueprint for ‘Thriving’ Biz

Apply a yardstick to Australia’s music industry, the results are always double-edged. Concerts are back, though margins are tight and 1,300 venues have disappeared in less than four years. The recorded music industry is growing, but, for homegrown acts to impact the national singles chart, it’s tougher than ever before. On the presentation last month […]

The Sisters Of Mercy: Manchester Academy

The Sisters Of Mercy | The VirginmarysManchester Academy21st November 2023 The Sisters of Mercy return to play Manchester with nothing to promote except themselves and nothing to declare but their own genius. Will three albums, some new songs and the odd very old song be enough for the expectant crowd? MK Bennett watches it unfold. […]

Cassia and Kawala join forces on eclectic anthem “Circular Motion”

Macclesfield band Cassia teams up with indie pop act Kawala on eclectic anthem “Circular Motion,” taken from the band’s upcoming EP Home Soon…Rooted in themes of life’s cycles, the track comes alive with an upbeat vibe delving into taking the road less travelled and emerging with a new perspective. Built on rhythmic yet understated sonics […]

Why we’re building the best gig guide app ever made

18 months ago we set out to build the best gig guide app ever made. Today marks a milestone with the launch of ‘Don’t Bore Us,’ now proudly gracing the App Store’s front page. The crux of the issue lies in the shortcomings of every other gig guide app that exists; 1. Discoverability: The typical […]

Broken Down Golf Cart release new track and video

Broken Down Golf Cart, purveryors of spacey grunge and fuzzy weird love began as the audio/visual project of Canadian-born, Merseyside-based musician, animator and visual artist Jennifer Baranick. What once was as a lo-fi bedroom project featuring a variety of different musicians gathered momentum after receiving support and radio play from numerous sources and glowing reviews […]

Dani Offline performs “plastic/bending” – EARMILK

Oakland, California-based multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, producer, and songwriter Dani Offline is carving her own niche in the game. Fully hands-on with her music, she is in total control of her art and on her new single “plastic/bending”, she delivers a stunning blend of R&B/Jazz and soul. The self-produced record is ripe with soft drum grooves, sublime […]

J. Cole Performs ‘No Sleeep’ With Janet Jackson At ATL Music Fest

J. Cole and Janet Jackson have linked up to perform their 2015 collaborative record “No Sleeep” at Atlanta’s annual ONE Music Fest. On Saturday (October 28), the Grammy Award-winning singer and Cole World hit the stage together at the celebratory festival. Janet Jackson, who donned an all-Black outfit, was interacting with the crowd before she […]

IDLES Smash It In Sheffield / In Depth // Drowned In Sound

About two years ago, IDLES were still playing half-full toilet venues around the country, their screams for political change and vignettes of forlorn characters only half heard by the enthusiastic drunken attendees drawn to the chaotic nature of their gigs and enamored with their muscled sound, which leaned right over to the heavier side of […]