Category Archives: DIY

SONG OF THE DAY Drool – Fun

Describing themselves as an evocative, Alt-rock outfit, London quartet DROOL are another band shortlisted in Glastonbury’s 2019 Emerging Talent Competition. Fusing late 80’s post-punk, 90’s grunge and short 60’s melodic structures, the band are a product of a very impulsive … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Fake Turins – Afterwards

From the thousands of artists that entered Glastonbury’s free Emerging Talent Competition 2019, the 90 acts for the long-list have yesterday been announced! These acts were picked by a judging panel made up of 30 of the UK’s best online … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Kid Kapichi – Puppet Strings

I’ve been doing a little bit of delving today because all too often I discover new sounds but don’t always give myself chance to listen to more from that artist/band. You may recall at the end of January I covered … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Chelou – Like a Dream

The ethereal qualities of Camden-based artist, Chelou first captured my attention nearly four years ago and ever since then I’ve had the pleasure of following his progress as his music continues to bewitch and enchant. His name derives from a … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Kid Kapichi – 2019

Emerging last year and hailing from Hastings, Kid Kapichi are a DIY four-piece who have described their sound as “a heavy riff-based thing with a bit of a haunted house vibe!”  For me they are a brand new discovery today, but for … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY K. H. mirth – Falling Over

Three days ago I featured a superb track by Leicester’s, Thee Ludds (and I dare say I’ll be featuring some more soon).  Their most recent project sees 3/4 of the quartet joining forces with past members of Earth Rod.  Now known as K.H. … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Paddy Hanna – Ida

Well, this one nearly slipped through the net, but luckily I held out a bit longer and listened to more!  I came across today’s song whilst working my way through a music feed and although my first reaction was to … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Comfort – Pass Me The Syrup

Comfort are a Brighton-based alternative outfit founded in 2017 whose second single, Pass Me the Syrup certainly lives up to its ‘sticky’ name; it’s firmly stuck in my head! The band consists of three childhood friends, Brendan Lyle, Jake Brown and James … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sudan Archives – Goldencity

The enchanting sounds of 23 year-old Sudan Archives came to my attention last September and I’ve just got round to buying her self-titled debut EP which was released in July last year. Not only does this young experimental artist produce … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Good Good Blood – Will It Be Forever

UK singer-songwriter James Smith, aka Good Good Blood, writes music from the heart that is both honest and sincere. His minimalist, DIY approach allows his songs to breathe and take on a natural, earthy form, resonating with a sound that is … Continue reading

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