PREVIEW: Tom Misch & Yussef Dayes, What Kinda Music

What Kinda Music is the new collaborative project from singer and beatmaker Tom Misch and instrumentalist drummer Yussef Dayes, who have both utilised their unique musical skills and bought them together to create a smooth, lo-fi, electronica jazz/hip-hop album.

The title track, ‘What Kinda Music’, sets the tone for the rest of the album, opening with a snappy snare drum beat, almost as if to introduce listeners to Yussef Dayes, before Tom Misch classic electronic sound and sleek vocals are brought into the mix.

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REVIEW: Maisie Peters, Daydreams

Ethereal, singer-songwriter Maisie Peters is back with her newest single, ‘Daydreams’, a heartbreakingly beautiful track, talking of a scenario that too many of us have experienced; you like someone and they don’t like you back.

Accompanied by a haunting piano tune, Daydreams speaks candidly about unrequited love, with the brutal lyrics of the chorus, contrasting with soft vocals, as Maisie sings…

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PREVIEW: All Time Low, Wake Up Sunshine

In a body of infectious singalongs and glistening production comes ‘Wake Up, Sunshine’, the eighth full-length from pop-punk heavyweights All Time Low. While their last couple of releases have made their ability to tap into the ever influential sphere of pop music more and more evident, the Baltimore quartet has made an ambitiously fantastic effort with this record to please their listeners, both old and new.

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PREVIEW: Cruel Hearts Club, Blame Me Too

So far, 2020 has been a big year for Cruel Hearts Club, a ‘diva-grunge pop-trio’ from London consisting of sisters Edie and Gita Langley as well as drummer Gabi Woo. The band have already achieved impressive accomplishments such as a sold-out single launch show at The Lexington in London as well as supporting huge acts in 2019 like Sting and The Libertines. Cruel Hearts Club’s new single ‘Blame Me Too’ shows that the band have no intention of slowing down with their own brand of 90s inspired garage-punk.

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PREVIEW: False Heads Long-Awaited Debut Album, “It’s All There But You’re Dreaming”

False Heads are a three-piece punk band packing a punch in the music scene at the moment, gaining very high praise from people in very places, Josh Homme, The Libertines and Iggy Pop to name a few. After a long string of singles and EPs, noticeably their most recent single, Rabbit Hole, featured on Jack Saunders’ New Wave Show, creating much anticipation for their debut album It’s All There But You’re Dreaming.

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REVIEW: The Jacques, Born Sore EP

The Jacques have shared new EP “Born Sore”, their first release in over two years. The EP comes after the band signed to the independent label, Modern Sky Entertainment UK. The EP opens with “Born Sore” and a borderline psychedelic mix of catastrophic drums and guitars with lead singer Finn uttering lyrics concerning original sin, birth, and other facts of life.

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