Month: August 2018

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New Beat Fund – When she’s sober

Originating from the West Coast, New Beat Fund In the midst of modern music, they are unique. With a 90’s slacker sound, a rejection of modern rock, it is no surprise to see them making a name for themselves; especially after playing alongside Blink 182, Dirty Heads, Night Riots and American Authors. With forthcoming EP […]

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The Zinvandels are to release a new track!

The ZINVANDELS are no stranger to releasing quality music over the past year, and now they have managed to do it again with their newest single ‘Liars’ which could be seen as their best track to date. Upon listening to ‘Liars’, the newest single from THE ZINVANDELS, the first thing that caught my attention was […]

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Burkingyouth- As Time Goes By

David Lorgis, also known as Burkingyouth, is a French alternative indie musician and has released his debut EP ‘From The World’ featuring song ‘As Time Goes By’ with accompanying music video. Now, writing a song in any language must be difficult, let alone a song in a second language. Yet, here with ‘As Time Goes […]

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Faded Shades

Faded Shades have just released their debut album “It Gets Heavy” which is available to stream on all platforms. “It Gets Heavy” is made up of ten tracks cleverly blending distinctive notes of alternative rock with tinges of country to create one long tale most younger generations can relate to. Track ‘Ain’t For Me’ opens […]

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Caiti Baker

Caiti Baker, blues, jazz and hip hop artist from Darwin, Australia, released Zinc, her debut album, in October 2017 and since then has received accolades and adulation around the world for delivering a rich and new sound. A sound heavily influenced by an obviously colourful and musical history. The first track of the album, Believer, […]

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Jonathan Parks

Lancaster-based troubadour and History student Jonathan Parks unleashed his debut EP earlier this month. ‘What Happened Here’ consists of five, largely acoustic outings that vary between emotive poignance and crowd-pleasing, fast-talking, singalongs, as Parks ably exhibits his command of the acoustic rock spectrum. While the EP couldn’t be accused of breaking new ground, there’s something […]

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Stephanie Sounds – Hiding Away

Stephanie Sounds is certainly no stranger to the music community. Having performed as a backing vocalist for big names such as Celine Dion, Will Young and Florence and The Machine. The British songstress has now branched out and released her first album. New single ‘Hiding Away’ (released 17th August) embodies the fusion of Reggaeton and […]

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Preston’s St. John’s Minster opens its doors for the incredible 5-act indie-rock show ALTR 2018

The doors of Preston’s St. John’s Minster will open up for a special 5-act gig on September 22nd. The cathedral, built, in 1855, will play host to a number of incredible acts. The gig, aptly named ALTR 2018 (think altar – very apt!), will be headlined by The Sherlocks, with support from Twisted Wheel, Jordan […]

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ALL UCLAN STUDENTS EAT FREE FOR A YEAR!

With the new official membership card hitting all UCLAN students this September! This year marks the highly anticipated release of the 2018-19 student members card – which is all you need to get FREE ENTRY into the Preston official “Freshers fortnight” events, Including Student Union Source, Evoque, Yates, Adelphi, Ships & Giggles, and Roper Hall. […]

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George Bucks exclusive review on unheard of track… Got The Time

George Bucks’ single ‘Got the Time’, was a bit of shock to know what to make of it originally. The opening beat of the single reminded me of late 90’s-2000 Hip-Hop, with Dr Dre specifically coming to mind. That being said, even though the beats brought on feelings of nostalgia, they are also quite generic. […]

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