Despite being a band for ten years, The 1975 still have a distinct youth and originality on their side that gives them an edge above other musicians.
Let’s get straight to it – T in the Park has just celebrated its 20th year of offering Scotland an ever-growing and increasingly popular music festival fix.
Glasgow based band It Girl certainly have the vibe of post-punk about them. The deep and troubled vocals hang heavy over the tracks, but to its success more than failure
‘Midnight Wine’ opens the debut album of Rose Parade. From the off there’s a relaxed vibe that’s playful too, teaming bass and guitar chords with percussion
Look no further – you’ve found an Oxfordshire band worth listening to.
Opener ‘2nd Transmission’ presents itself as something out of a sci-fi movie, with angelic harmonic vocals which sink into pulsed synths.
The Scottish roots of the Dead Sea Souls are evident in their debut album We Were Always Electric
Having formed in 2009, it seems that Young Aviators have found their signature sound.
Super National radiates a chilled-out vibe from their single ‘Meds To Get Over’
Lucy-Rose was totally pitch perfect, from the first note to the last.