Smoky post punk drives on L.A. Witch’s new track

When I think of a trashy California bar, I see a hazy room, languidly drunk retro pink cocktails, Cadillacs parked outside and palm trees entwined with the neon lights. What I hear is post punk, grunge drenched, sunkissed guitar music, and L.A. Witch capture that feeling perfectly in their new single Drive Your Car - … Continue reading Smoky post punk drives on L.A. Witch’s new track

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Band names, balloons and recording sessions: an interview with FIGHTMILK

Fightmilk are a four piece indie band (or what I like to call post indie band, to many bemused faces and "no, I'm not quite sure what you mean"s - a genre that has the melodic vibe and scratchy guitars of indie, but plays them with a more self aware and tongue in cheek tone. … Continue reading Band names, balloons and recording sessions: an interview with FIGHTMILK

SHIT GIRLFRIEND’S RAUCOUS DEBUT

Shit Girlfriend have recently burst into the DIY scene and our Instagram feeds in a whirl of pink visuals, crunchy guitars & the (incredible) hashtag #periodpunk. Their debut Double A side record came out as a Record Store Day exclusive on Punk Slime and it is an absolute riot - 'Mummy's Boy' and 'I Don't Wanna … Continue reading SHIT GIRLFRIEND’S RAUCOUS DEBUT

HOW THE BIG MOON CHANGED MY LIFE

Though that sounds like a horrible cliché – and technically actually is a horrible cliché – it really is true. The Big Moon are an alt/indie four-piece from London, made up of Juliette, Soph, Celia & Fern. They play killer guitar music that’s loud, and fun, and exciting, and melodic and intricate and thoughtful and … Continue reading HOW THE BIG MOON CHANGED MY LIFE