Music

Launchbox: Beach for Tiger – “Our favourite bands communally are striking up quite the revolution of wavy tunes”

Who doesn’t love a bit of psychedelia? LSD, Hendrix and tie-dye aside,  this awesome rock and roll sub genre is

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Launchbox: The Shakers “We want to write an album at sea, preferably in a submarine”

Indie pop is clawing it’s way back in to all of our hearts and minds and rightly so, the craftsmanship,

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Launchbox: Native People – “To be seen, as perhaps a dancer version of Shura would be unreal!”

Indie-pop is hitting the UK back something fierce in the last 3-5 years. As the One Direction / Youtube generation grow

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Launchbox: Crow’s Feet

The opening of Crow’s Feet’s debut single Alarm Clock Bones is electric. Calum Stewart’s vocals are spine tingling, full of

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Live Review: Bloc Party @ St. John at Hackney Church

  The other night, the  St. John at Hackney Church played host to a blinding live set by indie heavyweights Bloc

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LaunchBox: Antonio James

For fans of: The Streets, The Weeknd, Banks. London-based chillwave producer Antonio James is turning quite a few heads at

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Live Review: Nothing But Thieves @ The Electric Ballroom, London.

Nothing But Thieves did not disappoint with their blinding set at The Electric Ballroom. They’re the band on everyone’s lips

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Launchbox: Tuska “We’re just here to make the kids bop.”

Tuska, the brain child of Richard Sturges and Rob Weaver, this duo makes tracks which I feel can only be

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Launchbox: Meg Mac

Anthemic, infectious and immersive are but a few words that come to mind when listening to Meg Mac. Songs such

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Infographic: The triumphant return of vinyl

The wonderful chaps and ladies at Liberty Games and Neomam have done some digging, and this is what they found.

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