By Dylan Shortridge | February 13, 2020

Fuck The Charts: The Falmouths

Coming out of the ever-growing indie scene in Swindon, The Falmouths only have a handful of songs and gigs under their belt, yet have already created a buzz around their unique brand of indie rock. Having gained air time on 6Music the band are also firmly under the wing of industry big-hitters This Feeling. So […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | February 13, 2020

Fuck The Charts: L Devine

Taken from the archives of our first print issue, originally released February 2020. Billboard Music say “Nothing is getting in the way of L Devine” after the 22-year-old’s latest breakthrough release into the Industry, Peachy Keen, was released in October. As she recalls, “I loved the idea of combining this huge ‘80s synth line with a heavy trap beat and writing […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | February 13, 2020

Fuck The Charts: Sanit Phnx

Taken from the archives of our first print issue, originally released February 2020. The Scottish brothers are back and louder than ever with their latest release Scream showcasing some hefty alt-pop vibes and displaying the darker side of their typical sound. Scream acts as a counterpart to former track Sorry pushing the theme of darkness into their […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | February 13, 2020

Fuck The Charts: Mercy’s Cartel

Taken from the archives of our first print issue, originally released February 2020. Mercy’s Cartel is clearly setting the tone for 2020, with her latest single Sleep. Laying down a foundation of clean and charming production from the likes of Outhouse, Mercy couples this with warm vocals to create an effortless bop. The track delves into her relatable experiences […]

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