Fence Collective king pin and nu folk pioneer King Creosote has been quietly charming from his Anstruther base for many a year now.
Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes’ latest single reveals a greater diversity of styles than previous single 'I Wish I Was Someone Better' suggested.
Swedish one-man band Loney, Dear (Emil Svanangen) is currently in the midst of a bidding war between four major record labels thanks to his new LP ‘Sologne’.
Why Mumm-Ra chose the name of an evil God from the 80’s cartoon series Thundercats for their band says a lot about them.
Originally a freelance producer, Marko set about producing a Husky Rescue EP that was soon picked up by Brighton based label, Catskills.
This being the era of “New Rave” (whatever that is), there’s plenty of bands about who claim a distinct dance-influence in their oh-so-samey sound, despite doing nothing more than put a bad disc
“I recently played a gig in Cornwall where this guy collected old typewriters and hair brushes.
Their fully-realised songs feature taut rockabilly rhythms and grimy rock and roll riffs, twitchy late-70’s new wave and bleary-eyed rinky-dink pop.
As the well of inspiration began to dry, redemption came in the form of reality TV.
The Kooks formed in Brighton in 2004, at the Brighton Institute of Modern Music; they took their name from a track on David Bowie's 1971 album 'Hunky Dory'.