This week’s song of the week comes from a truly mesmerising and uplifting debut single from scottish-born solo artist, Martha Hill. Bringing her infectious and captivating vocals served on a bed on indie-pop bliss, her work of art, ‘Spiders’, deserves recognition.
We managed to catch James Bay live at the O2 Academy Sheffield! The entire gig from start to finish bellowed effortless talent vocally throughout the tiered venue and made this a special occasion for any music fan.
The 1975 are back with brand brand new single ‘Give Yourself a Try’. Find out what we had to say exclusively at IndieCentralMusic
We went along to see Cigarettes After Sex at the Brixton Academy, but it wasn’t quite what we were expecting
The new album is coming in September, but before then here’s a tease to see what it’ll sound like.
Find out what we had to see out AM’s new statement album as they take a U-Turn towards ‘Tranquillity Base Hotel & Casino’.
Duo’s are something of a rare gem when it comes to finding new music. Being a duo is a statement. With your predecessors being the likes of The White Stripes, The Black Keys and even Royal Blood…
Plaza are back with new track ‘In The Know’ and freshly signed to Leeds based label Clue Records.
Just days after their self-titled EP, Liverpool quartet SPINN prepare for what’s to come in May as the band are set to play Liverpool Sound City and CloseUp Festival in London. The band also has a unified love for Doc Martens. Find out more as Macie chats with SPINN.
Friday the 13th might be unlucky for some, but not for those who managed to get their dirty little hands on tickets to see Lower Than Atlantis perform an electric show on their home turf.