Tag Archives: Brighton

3.95 – Fickle Friends

I’m not usually a big fan of chart-friendly pop rock sounds that are laced with over-produced effects and cynical licks – but every now and again I do find an exception to the rule. Now, it’s mostly on those occasions … Continue reading

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72 – Fear of Men

I mentioned yesterday that I’d recently given NPR’s Austin 100 a listen and the good news is that it’s inspired me a little bit. I love finding a whole bunch of new bands and tunes at once, and I’m going … Continue reading

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Day 324 – Oslo Parks

A very quick post today – just to play some lovely electropop/dance stuff from Brighton group Oslo Parks. This is Slipping Away and it’s a gorgeously lush piece of music, full of dreamy vocals and trippy indie-synth vibes. Really nice indeed.  

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Day 313 – Black Honey

Something a little more laid back and trippy today, courtesy of Brighton psych rockers Black Honey. This is their excellent single Madonna which sounds like the kind of tune that wouldn’t be out of place on a Tarantino soundtrack – particularly once … Continue reading

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Day 225 – Phoria

Something a little bit chilled and introspective today, from Brighton 5-piece band Phoria. This is their 2014 single Saving us a Riot and it’s outstanding. Heartbreakingly lovely, melodic and mournful, it’s stab-your-heart-out stuff punctuated by an understated acoustic guitar part and some … Continue reading

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Day 127 – Blood Red Shoes

Like many people in the UK, I’m back in the office today and wiping the holiday cobwebs away from my unused-for-two-weeks-brain. So I thought it was time to dust off the ass kicking Monday rock posts that I was doing … Continue reading

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