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Bursting through the clouds with a beam of mellifluous guitars, anthemic choruses and heart-on-sleeve lyricism, the Southampton quartet deliver a shot of classic songwriting from another era.

Hallmarked with the swagger and sonics of 90s flag bearers like Ocean Colour Scene, Oasis and The Verve, ‘Time To Loose The Blues’ swiftly follows ‘I Told You So’ and ‘Again’ as their third single of 2020 and finds them in fighting form.

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Yxngxr1’s latest EP ‘I Don’t Suit Hats’ strengthened his stature as a singular voice for 2020, resulting in new artist profiles from The Line of Best Fit and Spindle while thrusting his monthly Spotify listeners in excess of 500,000 and Instagram followers to almost 100k. Today, Yxngxr1 shares his second EP of the year, ‘YELLOW, YELLOW, YELLOW’ via EMPIRE.

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Hull based Vialetters formed in 2018 and have been lucky to enough to get their first batch of music released, and played alongside their favourite bands in the indie sphere such as The Big Moon, Blaenavon, Bloxx, Cassia, Anteros, they have played the main stage of our local Humber Street Sesh festival which attracts 35,000 people a year.

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MOY’s debut track ‘Start Me Up’ resulted in praise from DIY and the enigmatic young artist added to that early acclaim with the release of his second official single ‘No Talk’s The Best Chat’ last week which has had support from BBC Introducing and BBC Scotland.

The Glasgow-based New Zealander MOY wrote and recorded ‘No Talk’s The Best Chat’ at the height of lockdown. Like ‘Start Me Up’, MOY’s lyrics in ‘No Talk’s The Best Chat’ are intriguely offbeat. It’s eloquent, poetic and full of personality, yet it also possesses an ambiguity that opens up new ideas after repeated listens. Separated from his regular band, he discovered that collaborating on the track remotely was an unorthodox creative method given the live energy that’s usually key to their work together.

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Hailing from the Midlands, LOVEDAY blends alt-pop, lo-fi and electronic influences with lyrics that explore the growing pains of love, friendship, adventure and finding your place in the world. Her first breakthrough moment came when ‘Breathless (Like This)’ hit #1 at HypeM and was shared by The Chainsmokers. She organically developed her profile with subsequent releases including her debut EP ‘Temporal Experiment, No 1’ and remixes from Initial Talk (Dua Lipa, Perfume Genius) and Sofus Weine.

LOVEDAY’s open-minded passion for music has seen her engage in all kinds of other activities. She writes for other artists, has been a resident DJ at Leicester nightclub Mosh, and recently engaged in an unusual tech challenge for Channel 5’s ‘The Gadget Show’. She competed in a head-to-head music battle with AI deep fake technology to see which of the two would deliver a stronger performance. Naturally she won – as judged by NME’s Jordan Bassett.

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The Birthday Letters

An alternative folk artist based in Hackney, he has recently released a new single called ‘New Thought Leader’ from his album ‘Human Beauty’. It was inspired by Mel Gibson in ‘Signs’.

We got the chance to ask Joseph a few questions, here’s what he had to say.

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Andrew Cushin

20-year-old newcomer Andrew Cushin is quickly building a reputation in an old school, word-of-mouth style. A strong following in his hometown of Newcastle saw him sell out The Cluny before officially releasing any music, while his debut single ‘It’s Gonna Get Better’ introduced his talents to a wider audience.

Now Andrew shares his new single ‘Waiting For the Rain’. Raising the bar from that compelling debut, the track proves that Andrew has a rare talent for channelling personal anguish into cathartic songwriting with a maturity beyond his young age.

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The Roster

The Roster, a 5 piece unsigned indie rock band from Derby have recently released a new EP “Beyond Belief” which is available to listen to on Spotify.

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Bringing together a unique fusion of Psychedilia and Indie-Pop, hurled back to the 80’s: E.K.Ö provide swirling melodies and dizzying guitar solos. Brainchild of multi-instrumentalist George Baynes, the South Wales based collective promises to get you dancing, whether you like it or not.

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