AMBY first fell in love with Big Sixes last year when introduced to their warm and sincere alternative-rock jams as displayed on their debut EP The Idles. Since then, the Buckinghamshire foursome have been busy performing their own sold-out shows across London and were working hard on the EP's follow
It’s been over 18 months since we last checked in on Buckingham three piece Swoons with their moody non-performance video “Striking Lights”. Since then they’ve been honing their sound, not to mention their stagecraft supporting acts such as The Computers and VANT. The results are evident in the raucous, indeed
Hailing from Birmingham and Buckinghamshire, 5 piece New Bays returned with a strong 4 track EP on May 25 of which “Reckless” is the lead track, along with “Would She Lie”, “Someone To Love”, and “Beat The Same”.
The accompanying video captures the band in the studio, along with excerpts of
It’s rather rare that anything other than a single release contains a culmination of expertise, a reflection of dedication to each song. So rich in detail, that the first thing those listening recognise is the certain lack of flaws. No comments of ‘oh, I wish it went to another chorus’,
Big Sixes dropped their latest EP The Idles on October 6th. To accompany the EP release, this Buckinghamshire group created a stunning music video titled The Idles Film. Wanting to learn more about the EP and video, A Music Blog, Yea? spoke with Big Sixes' Charlie Costello to discuss creating their
I’m Natasha North, a singer/songwriter from Buckinghamshire, England. Whenever anyone tells me how to describe my music, I tend to say classic singer/songwriter with a bit of Alternative Pop. What that means, I have no idea! No, I like to think that my songs have lyrics that are personal and
A Music Blog, Yea? is delighted to premiere Coastal Cities' new song Who Else But The Man Above. Acting as the title track taken from their forthcoming EP, the Buckinghamshire fivesome deliver their new-wave influenced, blissful, melancholy-pop trademarks in their final release as a band.
Yes, you read that correctly -- this
"King Leo" is the lead track from young Milton Keynes four piece Hi-Tide's debut EP "She's Gone". The track is already available as a free download off of the EP, and the other tracks being "After Dark", "MRI" and "Bumblebee".
It's an assured, confident debut release from a band that only
Buckinghamshire trio Swoons have only been going as a band since October 2013, but they aren't hanging about with "Striking Lights", their debut release and video. And with a few early raw recordings up on SoundCloud they are already said to be working on new recordings taking the band in
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