One From The Inbox – Sugarhouse ‘Love Anyone Else’

SUGARHOUSE consists of boyfriend/girlfriend Charlie Sinclair and Connie Craven. The pair met at Reading festival 2014 and spent the weekend bonding over their shared love of old fashioned pop music and new school indie. Fast forward just under three years and the couple have finally refined the sound they set out to create. Tailor-made for…

Featured Artist: Cuecliché

  Relatively new to the scene forming in July 2016, CueCliché are a three piece pop-punk band based in London. These lads aren’t just your typically cockney trio, oh no, they consist of a much more varied bloodline with two members hailing from Liverpool and Cork respectively. CueCliché claim their music is inspired by “a…

One From The Inbox – Judas ‘Some People’

  The London based four-piece have recently set off on their first UK headline tour and are ready to take the nation by storm with their brand of up-beat, anthemic indie pop. The boys have already been making serious waves in the media, being featured on BBC Introducing and Soccer AM as well as gracing the main-stage at Leeds…

Featured Artist: The Jaw

A long time ago in an email inbox not that far away… we received an enticing and inventive invite to join The Jaw on their guerilla gig tour of London to promote the release of their upcoming EP. Needless to say the offer was one we couldn’t possibly turn down and so we turned up…

Chaplin’s Hello Hawaii & Wikkaman Shindig Review

When you put the words Chaplin’s and Shindig together you’re pretty much guaranteed a crowd. The venue itself has more than established itself as a fine purveyor of frothy fermented beverages and frantic frolicking fun. When they use the word shindig you can be fairly sure they mean it in the hootennaniest sense. Before we…

Chali 2NA + Krafty Kuts at Canvas Bournemouth Review

We arrived early and settled back into the comfy laid back atmosphere of the beautiful Canvas bar. Sinking a couple pints as we await with baited breath the imminent opening of the dancefloor and stage. Our eyes flicker nervously to the stagedoor barely able to contain our visible glee, because hip hop greatness is here,…