In Gotta Catch ‘Em All! we dish out our top eight live picks for the month ahead, and whack together a handy Spotify playlist to give you a taste of them all. With the start of spring comes obscure New York rockers, local names on the rise, grime stars, underground talent and way more.
Hey folks. Been a while hasn’t it? Well fear not, we’re back with a fresh coat of paint and a brand new release from our Suffolk compadres The Glitter Shop to warm the cockles of your collective hearts. It’s out this Friday, but we’ve got an exclusive preview 🔥
Here’s your homework for the weekend, folks: once you’ve checked out that fantastic new EP from Gladboy (and copped your ticket for their Waterfront shabang on Monday) wrap your ears around the rest of these other fantastic releases by local acts which may have slipped past you in recent weeks. Continue reading “From folk to indie to riot grrrl, here’s 5 of the best local releases you may have missed in recent weeks”
At long last, today saw the release of our junkedelic comrades Gladboy‘s debut EP (which, you may recall, we premiered the title track from not so long ago). Continue reading “Gladboy’s new Egopushin’ EP is a psychedelic party from start to finish”
UEA misfits Gladboy have dropped ‘Egopushin”, the title track from their forthcoming EP, set for digital release on Friday 26th October via their own Trip-Sit Records. Continue reading “Gladboy premiere spooky space-rock escapade ‘Egopushin””
In Gotta Catch ‘Em All! read our top eight live picks for the month ahead, and check out all the acts mentioned in our handy Spotify playlist. October is crammed full of up-and-coming bands. Some you’ll be familiar with, others probably not. And as usual there are a few local faces in there too.
A crop of the UK’s buzziest new artists have sprung up from the #trendy depths of South London in the past 18 months; some are eccentric, some ghoulish, and then there’s The Rhythm Method, a couple of savvy-looking geezas armed only with hairdressing scissors and a wry wit that indie music hasn’t seen in years. Continue reading “Chin up, Norwich. The Rhythm Method bemuse and enchant at their Arts Centre debut”