When Palma Violets' debut 180 shot them to indie rock fame, thanks primarily to lead single 'Best Of Friends' pouring out of radios and playlists everywhere, fans and critics began to wonder what they would do with their second album. The band promised a more mature sound, but in early
One of our favourite groups, Palma Violets, recently stopped through Toronto in support of their latest record release Danger In The Club. Ahead of their insane (if you've ever attended a Palma gig, you know we're not exaggerating with the use of that word) show that night, A Music Blog,
English indie-rock group Palma Violets will play Toronto on May 15th with support from Public Access T.V. at the Garrison. Courtesy of Collective Concerts, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
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Electric Fields is back for a third year and this time it's bigger than ever before! Set within the idyllic grounds of stately Drumlanrig Castle in Scotland, the festival has expanded in to a two-day event for the first time and takes place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August.
We always love meeting artists after falling in love with their music. After reviewing their new wave punk-nuanced single In The Mirror, A Music Blog, Yea? caught up with New York foursome Public Access T.V. while on their North American tour with Palma Violets. Dive into our exclusive interview below
2014 has been an interesting year for rock music - or apparent lack thereof. From Alex Turner’s controversial Brit speech this year where he proclaimed that rock ‘n’ roll “will never die and there’s nothing you can do about it” to Kasabian guitarist Serge Pizzorno telling the press last week
Mainland (a quartet from New York) know how to showcase some dreamy garage-punk sounds on their self-released Shiner EP. Out now and available from iTunes, Shiner was produced by Spoon's Jim Eno. In a recent interview, A Music Blog, Yea? caught up with Mainland's Alex Pitta to talk about the
I formed Quiet as a Mouse in 2012. I previously played in a band called The Seven Deadly Sins. One of our first shows was supporting Palma Violets in Edinburgh. We gave away a song called An Accident Waiting To Happen (Awoo Woo Woo) last April. We worked with the excellent Marcus
The Bulletproof Bomb, a punk-rock quintet from Sutton, recently recorded four brand-new tracks with Rory Attwell (who also produced The Vaccines, Yuck, and The Palma Violets). The band soon release their surfy forthcoming single Suitcase on March 10th. If you like what you hear, listen to Suitcase's super catchy b-side
2013 has been an exciting year for music! We're glad and proud to have been a part of celebrating the new releases, and cannot wait to see what 2014 has in store for us. So, until the new year, here's a list of some of our favourite releases of 2013.