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DAMA SCOUT

Alt-rock trio Dama Scout may have formed over Hadrian’s in Glasgow and London respectively, but their noise-pop stylings are well heeled in 80’s post punk and 90’s alternative rock with spikey guitar riffs, waves of distortion and the quiet/loud...

BLACK HONEY

You might have already come across Black Honey – they’re the darlings of various indie blogs, have popped up on numerous radio stations and have just got back from a sold-out tour – but if you haven’t heard them...

SØLV

Singer-song writer Sølv has brought us a brand new track called “I’m Your Gun”, and it isn’t what I expected. As I hit play I was ready to receive a forlorn ‘alt’ track but was instead greeted by incredibly...

PIXEY

You almost forget Summer’s over when you listen to Pixey‘s new track, ‘Young‘. A mix of nineties American garage-style rock-pop and Wolf Alice grunge-like vocals makes it understandable as to why it’s been picked up and played recently by...

THYLA

To describe ‘Car Crash’ as being equally baffling and brilliant could be interpreted as damp praise, and yet it’s the best way to describe what is a truly impressive track from Brighton four piece Thyla. Jumping from alternative rock...

TOTT 2015 #4: THE BIG MOON

At #4 we recognize the meteoric rise of The Big Moon! The Tipping Point’s eager ears were first turned on to London’s The Big Moon a mere two months ago. Their hypnotic blend of psychedelic-fuzzy-pop-rock, however, has made an...

TUFF LOVE

Two-piece Tuff Love out of Glasgow has delivered an early Christmas gift: the moody and subtle track “Duke.” “Keep it simple” is a phrase uttered frequently, mostly by people who actively avoid doing just that. However, Tuff Love kinda...

BELLEVUE DAYS

Having already received heaps of praise from the UK’s rock press, including Kerrang Radio’s Alex Baker who referred to them as ‘probably my favorite band in the whole world’, it’s safe to say the future is looking bright for alt-rockers...

BLACK SURF

The internet is a magical thing isn’t it? We have the wonders of technology to thank for the formation of Leeds surf-grunge outfit Black Surf. Despite living on different continents, childhood friends Ali Epstone (vocals/guitar) and Phil Jones (lead...

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