Tag Archive: NME

Palma Violets – 180 (album) (Rough Trade)

In a little over six months Palma Violets have hooked the attention of indie fans everywhere. We all know the story of how indie music icon, founder and chairman of The Beggars Group, Martin Mills,… Continue reading

Wolf Alice – Fluffy (single) (Chess Club Records)

Seemingly everyone is singing praise for Wolf Alice. The North London quartet first came to everyone’s attention via the song “Leaving You” – a download-only track that made its way onto Radio 1 and… Continue reading

Splashh – Vacation / So Young (single) (Luv Luv Luv Records)

Imagine forming a band then months later releasing one of the most exhilarating indie tracks of the year followed by a slot on the much coveted NME Generation Next tour. Well, London based Splashh… Continue reading

The Cast of Cheers – Trucks At Night (single) (School Boy Error/ Cooperative Music)

Its been quite the year for Dublin quartet, The Cast of Cheers. The release of their debut album ‘Family’ (read our review) earlier this year saw rave reviews from NME to Sunday Times Culture and… Continue reading

Palma Violets – Best of Friends (single) (Rough Trade)

As the story goes indie music icon Martin Mills signed this new south-east London quartet to Rough Trade Records after hearing just one track from the band. If that’s not enough intrigue for you… Continue reading

The Cast of Cheers – Family (album) (School Boy Error/Cooperative Music)

Just as Two Door Cinema Club triumphantly did with their debut album ‘Tourist History’ in 2011 sending the band from anonymity to enormity, The Cast of Cheers is set to do the same… Continue reading