Angie Moon interviews Reggie Froom of The Ellameno Beat, who have recently collaborated with Signal Fire on a single called False Reality.
Angie Moon interviews two bands: The Pretty Visitors, from Portsmouth and The Clockworks, originally from Galway.
Angie Moon interviews Andy Crofts of The Moons, who will be releasing their long awaited album, Pocket Melodies on the 23rd of October.
Mini reviews of five new songs by The Baron Four, Los Black Dogs, Little Man, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, and Florence and the Machine.
Women of the Night are a NYC based protopunk/garage rock band. Angie Moon talks to the band about their sound, inspirations, and more.
Northampton band The Keepers have released their first single on vinyl, "You're All I Need". Angie Moon reviews it.
Kurt Vile released Bottle It In on 12 October 2018. A solid album with songs like "Loading Zones", "Bassackwards", and "Come Again," but does it match up to expectations set by his previous work?
Just a simple review of White Denim's latest album, Performance, released on 24 August.
Angie Moon reviews the latest album from Melody Prochet. Bon Voyage is her first album in six years and it's well worth the wait. In this article, Angie does a track by track review.
Track by Track Review: Nosebleeds by The Lost Boys Southampton indie four piece band The Lost Boys are releasing their debut LP Nosebleeds on January 8 (David Bowie’s and Elvis’s birthday!). Their Indiegogo supporters received their copies just in time …