Music Video – MUX ‘MDMA’

Rumour has it that the members of MUX had to listen to White Stripes in one ear and Aphex Twin in the other at the same time to come up with their brilliantly unique sound. In truth MUX blends elements of electronica, stoner, trip-hop and punk and blends them well. Check out their first release ‘MDMA’…

One From The Inbox – Alessandro Ciminata ‘Demons’

Alessandro Ciminata found himself on Spotify Fresh Finds after receiving a warm reception to his previous release ‘Last Call’ on THE LINE OF BEST FIT . The London-based singer-songwriter now releases his gorgeous, barbed new single ‘Demons’. A beautifully fragile, painfully sombre call to his own insecurities, ‘Demons’ recalls the standout raw emotional melodies of Jose Gonzales…

Live Review – Tom Walker @ Omeara

The scene couldn’t have been set more perfectly, with the beautifully archaic walls of Omeara housing a packed crowd for Tom Walker. The night was kicked off in a charming fashion by Swedish trio Strandels, a wonderful concoction of guitar and vocal melodies that captivated and calmed the audience. Calm is not the word to…

Music Video – Judas ‘Some People’

We recently featured Judas as part of our ‘One From The Inbox’ series. Now the London based indie rockers have released a beautiful visual addition to their arsenal. What has been created is a crisply filmed video, inter-cut with energetic live performance, an up-close and personal vocal performance and a sexy lady. It is a…

Live Review – Klyne @ The Pickle Factory 15/05/17

If you haven’t been to the pickle factory before, or like me hadn’t even heard of it (shame on me right?), you will probably have very limited expectations of everything involved in seeing live music there. My expectations evolved throughout the night, starting with a mild dose of apprehension; arriving through a shady back door…

Save Bournemouth, Save The Winchester

When I moved back from London to Bournemouth four years ago, I thought the days of watching my favourite haunts and venues swiftly transform into chain stores and swanky restaurants were behind me. Sadly, as it plays out, this is clearly not the case. In London gentrification is very real, and unsurprisingly fuelled by capitalism and commerce…

Festivals for the Future: Use your Power – Vote!

Not enough young people are voting, the opportunity to have a voice and a say in the future is now! Recognising that this could quite possibly be the most important election for a generation, a collective of festival organisers, pub-venue owners, artists and young voters have all come together to try to inspire political engagement…