Baby Please – The Tube Heads
A skiffly upbeat track with the sixties hooked up to its veins from Blackpool native producer Reece Clayton’s project The Tubeheads. His garage rock influences seep through this track and that old school distortion oozes cool. Brian Jones Town Massacre vibes like, like Anton Newcombe chewing on Blackpool rock.
As You Think – PONDAROSA’
As You Think is the new track from Mersey-Manc four piece PONDAROSA, filled with big hooks and disco vibes their latest single draws influence from the likes of New Order and OMD proving that they draw from the DNA of the two great music cities they call home. Synth vibes and psych undertones through out this track and you can catch it live as PONDAROSA support Cheap Thrills at Arts Club, Liverpool (29/05/21)
Party People – Lifeastomford
A debut outing for Middlesborough native DJ Tom Ford on Salford City Records, a 90’s inspired piano house track ‘Party People’ pumps party energy back a lifeless lockdown. High energy, high power and high quality, ‘Party People’ is an ode to house and having fun making us miss miss late nights and swinging jaws.
Oscar Lang – Antidote to being bored
Dirty Hit’s golden boy is back and may I say with a bang. His latest release really does hit hard, swapping out chorus fuelled jangly guitar tones for a more full on, in your face tone. As well as that, it’s hella catchy and you won’t want to stop listening to it.
The Pale White – Glue
These guys are easily one of my favourite bands to come out of the North East in a long while, and their latest tune ‘Glue’ only solidifies that to me. This band love to get in your face and that is what this tune manages to do with ease, with huge guitar sounds and lyrics paired with smooth vocals really do make for an exciting and fun listen.