From folk to indie to riot grrrl, here’s 5 of the best local releases you may have missed in recent weeks

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”

Chin up, Norwich. The Rhythm Method bemuse and enchant at their Arts Centre debut

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”

Inbox Detox #03 | Bloody Knees, whenyoung, Llovers

I’m as shocked as you are that I’ve managed to keep this new segment Inbox Detox going for three weeks. That’s not like me. To get you up to speed, every week the ADM email account is inundated with submissions from bands, labels, and other ‘people off of the industry’ tipping their tracks for the approval of yours truly. Here are some of the best bits from the last seven days.

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