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The New Breed Of Trip-Hop Part 5

The New Breed Of Trip-Hop was a series of articles first produced by Amazing Beat’s Mark Ryan back in 2014 highlighting new artists who were invoking the spirit of the Bristolian sound. Since part five of the series in 2015 there are some great new examples we need to share with you. Elliott Power first came to…

Preview: Rock Werchter 2017

In the last decade or so there’s been a massive increase in festival goers catching a train, plane, or boat to mainland Europe for their summer jollies. There’s quite a few reasons for this – better weather, cheaper ticket prices and better line-ups to name a few. Sziget in Budapest, Exit in Serbia, Open’er in Poland and…

Album Of The Week: Tall Ships – Impressions

It seemed like an age since we’d heard from Tall Ships. We weren’t even sure if they were still a thing until late in 2016 when we were thrilled to support Meditations On Loss. We can’t wait to see what the alt rockers have in store for us with their new Impressions LP. Available on March 31st…

Interview: Jennie Abrahamson

Ahead of a recent performance at The Lexington, Dani Charlton caught up with Sweden’s Jennie Abrahamsom for a chat about her world right now. You can grab a copy of Jennie’s new album Reverseries now via How Sweet The Sound.

Interview: Idles

It was a real treat to have Idles on Amazing Afternoons this week. Idles have just returned from SXSW and without pause are currently grafting their way round a huge UK tour in support of their album Brutalism which is available now. Joe and Bowen from the band spoke to Frankie on Afternoons about the…

Album Of The Week: VANT – Dumb Blood

Last year we tipped VANT for big things and boy were we right! The band are set to play some pretty impressive stages throughout the summer and we’ve fallen in love with their debut album Dumb Blood. VANT recently popped in for a chat with Frankie Francis on Amazing Afternoons, it got a little political…

News: Struck Out Compilation

Major Leagues recently released a wonderful compilation album in aid of the Help Refugees charity. Featuring some of our favourite artists like Tigercub, Dazy Crown, Fake Laugh, Party Hardly, The Magic Gang, and Weirds to mention but a few. Struck Out costs just £5 and is a great project from the independent record label which…

Interview: Pale Waves

This week our Frankie, caught up with Heather from hotly tipped indie band Pale Waves. The guys have just filmed the video for their single There’s A Honey, in fact that’s where lead singer Heather was when Frankie caught up with her over the phone. The single is produced by The 1975’s Matty and George,…

Preview: Latitude 2017

This summer, the ever wonderful Latitude returns to Suffolk’s Henham Park for its 12th edition. Praised by critics as “like a mini-Glastonbury”, the festival’s diverse and culturally rich line-up is always highly anticipated. Taking on Friday night headline duties are The 1975, fresh from their Best British Group win at the Brit Awards. Matty Healy…

Album Of The Week: Vukovi – Vukovi

We were starting to wonder whether this one was actually going to come our way. Now the debut Album from Scottish rockers Vukovi has been released, we had to give it the plaudits of Album Of The Week. Join us on Friday from 2pm as we’ll be playing Vukovi’s Vukovi in full.


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