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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...
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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...
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Storming in at #5 is Get Inuit Coming straight out of Kent, and sounding like a strangely cohesive mix of Weezer, Wheatus and FIDLAR, Get Inuit offer a glistening ray of shimmer and warmth to hold your hand and...
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Ultraviolet from self professed rock and roll four piece The Amazons is anthemic, catchy and full of youthful energy. Frontman Matt Thomson’s powerful voice and subtle accent gives them a unique sound when built upon the strong backbone of the punchy drums and...
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Today’s tip is ‘Bring Some‘, the recent single from the Mancunian trio ‘Man Made‘. In an instant, ‘Bring Some‘ boasts ethereal, yet driven, swooping guitar lines, deriving clear influence from alt-rock outfits (and fellow North-West natives) such as Doves...
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Whitley Bay foursome Lisbon return to Evolution Emerging this weekend and occupy the headline spot at The Cluny with indie pop tunes aplenty, including recent single ‘I Don’t Know’. The track has already received over 35,000 plays on SoundCloud...
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Monogram is the brainchild of post-pop producer and Glasgow native Liam Rutherford, who specialises in crafting glitchy and epic pop gems of an infectious nature. ‘Romance’, the latest offering from Monogram, is a glistening pop track, which combines twinkly...
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Newcastle-based indie pop pups Dalaro are certainly onto a winner if their swoon-inducing latest single Empty Apartments is anything to go by. Having already received Radio 1 airplay from Huw Stephens and Greg James, the romance tinged, subtle euphoria...
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There is something inherently rewarding about the completion of a cycle, and the Tipping Point cycle is no different. Beginning with discovery, as supported by the rafts of avid tippers and tastemakers, all the way through the various processes...


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