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PARIS YOUTH FOUNDATION

In a post-truth world it’s hard to know what to believe, so maybe it shouldn’t be a huge shock to discover that Paris Youth Foundation aren’t actually from the city of Piaf and Hugo (they’re actually from the city...

GLOO

Strap in and get ready for a relentless and intense two minutes thirty, courtesy of Littlehampton based GLOO. ‘Let Me Have Some’ is the new single to come from the punk duo and it’s non-stop riffing and driving drums...

TOTT #1: EAT FAST

…and so we have it, our Top Of The Tips 2016 and most anticipated new band for 2017 is the incomparable EAT FAST. In the year that I’ve decided to coin twenty shitxteen there have been few shining lights in...

TOTT 2016 #6: TEAM PICTURE

They might not have exploded just yet but lo-fi rockers Team Picture look like a name to keep an eye on next year. You don’t want to miss them and get laughed at by all the painfully cool kids...

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...

ARTIFICIAL PLEASURE

Acid washed fuzz funk? Is that even a genre? Probably not, but if it was to ever be invented it would be to describe this tune from the enigmatic Artificial Pleasure. Chock-filled with 80s musical tropes (gated reverb on...

COQUIN MIGALE

Using their new song as a case study, it’s evident that Coquin Migale prefer not to faff about. ‘Grindie’ chucks itself straight into top gear from the first note and powers on throughout for just short of 3 minutes...

PETROL GIRLS

‘Slug’, the new single from London based feminist post punks Petrol Girls is the first track to feature from their highly anticipated follow up to 2014’s debut, self-titled EP. The song kills from the first note with guitar riffs...

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