Praise the lord, Black Honey are back. The Brighton foursome have been suspiciously quiet for some months now, and besides a big old cross-country hike with their pals Royal Blood, there ain’t been much chance to catch the Honeys live. Until now.
Our London-via-France-via-Venezuela favourites Calva Louise are currently on tour around the UK, and they’ve shared a new video for ‘I’m Gonna Do Well’. Isn’t that lovely of them? Watch the clip below…
The cat is well and truly out of the bag. Anti Despair Machine is taking its first step into the world of live music, as we bring a trio of amazing new bands to Norwich, with a little help from our friends at Dork Magazine. Keep on reading to find out everything you need to know.
The day has come that many of us have been anticipating for a while. This afternoon NME announced that its physical, print edition is to imminently end after more than 60 years in circulation. While NME will continue as an online platform, it must be recognised that this is a sad day, as another musical institution and British alt-culture monolith moves a step closer to extinction. Continue reading “NME may be gone, but these 5 music magazines prove that print isn’t dead yet”
Norwich singer Aphra has shared a video for ‘Candyfloss’, a new track from an EP out later this month. She’s also announced a special release show where she’ll be joined by a whole bunch of talented mates.
That’s right folks, Anti Despair Machine has made it to the airwaves. On Tuesday night (27th February) we were very excited to drop in on High Fidelity, a specialist music show hosted by UEA student Katie Pilbeam. It was a ton of fun taking turns to play some of the hottest new music we could fathom, and you can listen back to the whole thing online right now!
Piano man Tom Odell, singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin, and X Factor-alumni-turned-actual-decent-singer Lucy Spraggan are set to join the likes of Kaiser Chiefs and Circa Waves at the very first edition of Sunday Sessions Norwich. See the latest announcement in full after the jump.