We’re continuing our dive down the nostalgic rabbit hole today with common goldfish’s recently released ‘I Don’t Feel Today’.
Gleneagle surrender in riveting indie-pop number ‘That Dream (Is Over)’
‘That Dream (Is Over)’ is a blissful surrender to the way of things; there’s no point fighting against the tide of fate.
‘Plastic Heart’ is the buoyant Brit-pop number from UK’s Charlotte Hall
Late 80s Brit-pop influenced ‘Plastic Heart’ from Charlotte Hall calls out toxic behaviour in her own radio-ready way.
Newcomer common goldfish follows up with debut music video ‘Feel The Fuzz’
Filmed at the Tottenham skatepark, common goldfish took up residence to perform ‘Feel The Fuzz’ for friends and acquaintances.
’90s kids The Trusted reflect on growing up with technology in bright indie-rock single ‘Millennium’
‘Millennium’ is a celebratory single from the very start; as soon as you click play, an optimistic guitar riff and lively drums spring into action.
Tottenham’s common goldfish makes debut with nostalgic 90s single ‘Feel The Fuzz’
common goldfish pulls out all the stops to pay homage to the iconic 90s indie sound in debut single ‘Feel The Fuzz’.
Late Hala’s ‘Dark Clouds’ exudes 90s British soft-rock songwriting
Late Hala’s 90s soft-rock nostalgia trip ‘Dark Clouds’ is both a lyrical and sonic reminder to take a breath.
Isaac Stuart reveals cathartic new soul-pop number ‘Saved’
Oxfordshire based, rising star Isaac Stuart has returned with stunning new soul-pop number ‘Saved’. A heady, gorgeous blend of soaring, powerful and reverb drenched vocals which intimately detail the emotion fuelled lyricism. Climbing from strength to strength, ‘Saved’ runs on a familiar theme of starting soft and subtly then building and growing to a healing,…
Light indie-pop listen ‘Even If You Are The Cactus’ from The Jerichos
The Jerichos cryptically titled ‘Even If You Are The Cactus’ is an indie-pop song flush with ’60s psychedelia and ’80s synth-dance.
Everybody wants to party with The Banquets in their new release, ‘What Ya Sayin’?’
They’re here, ridiculous and loud; everybody wants to party with The Banquets!