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Tag: Brit Rock

BASTILLE KICKS OFF NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE TOUR AT THE MET IN PHILADELPHIA

British Alt-pop band Bastille kicks off their North American tour today with an extensive run of dates starting at The Met in Philadelphia and culminating with Pepsi Center in Mexico City. The band is touring in support of their new album Doom Days an LP which engages the listener on a big night out in […]

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PINERO|SERENE // ‘DEAD FLOWERS’ – SINGLE REVIEW

PINERO|SERENE is the Alternative Dream-Pop duo, Cheryl Pinero and Neeq Serene. The band is based out of London’s artistic East End and have just released their second single ‘Dead Flowers’ off their upcoming debut EP, Dark Matter. Dark Matter is set to drop on July 12th. “‘Dead Flowers’ is the last in the chain of […]

SUNSET SONS // ‘SAY HI’ – SINGLE REVIEW

British-Australian band Sunset Sons have set another fun upbeat track upon us. On “Say Hi” the new single was produced by Catherine Marks who has previously worked with them before on “The River” has the band in fine form. Vocalist Rory Williams says the track is “about getting to a place in life that’s fulfilling […]

YOU ME AT SIX // A CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

British band You Me At Six (Josh Franceschi, Max Helyer, Chris Miller, Matt Barnes, Dan Flint) made a triumphant return to Los Angeles on Monday night with a packed show full of their biggest fans in Los Angeles. The band has been playing shows across the U.S. on their ‘Back Again‘ tour with Synth Pop […]

THE JAPANESE HOUSE // “GOOD AT FALLING” – ALBUM REVIEW

English Indie Pop artist The Japanese House (aka Amber Bain) has released her debut album ‘Good at Falling” out today on Dirty Hit. The album is co-produced by her and The 1975′ George Daniel. Whose own band you can hear has been a major influence on her production but her sound as well. On ‘Good […]

THE RECLUSIVE BLOGGER’S TOP TEN ALBUMS OF 2018 …

Here it is after careful consideration and many many rewrites. These are my top ten albums of 2018. This year my list features a lot of EPs so that’s a big difference than previous years. So without further ado and of course in sequential order from the number one on … 1. BASTILLE // Other […]

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