Tag Archive: Zulu Winter

Bambi – Reap From The Dying Love (single) (Right Track Records)

  At the top of 2013 we reviewed the debut track, “All Long”, from East London indie-rock act Bambi –  an excellent introduction to the band most comparable to fellow Londoners Zulu Winter in style and mood, … Continue reading

Bambi – All Along (single) (self-released)

East London indie-rock quintet Bambi have just shared their debut track (and video), “All Along”, which serves as an introduction to the band. Already receiving early love from the likes of Eddy Temple… Continue reading

The 1975 – Sex (EP) (Dirty Hit Records)

Quick history: from 2005 until 2010 the Manchester quartet were known as Drive Like I Do then disappeared, reformed and reemerged briefly as B I G S L E E P before changing… Continue reading

Casablanca – Yes / Natalie (single) (Party Politics)

Last month Sound Advice reviewed the A-side from Casablanca’s debut single, ‘Yes’. The London four piece have now just launched the B-side to the single and it’s called ‘Natalie’. ‘Yes’ was a solid… Continue reading

Casablanca – Yes (single) (Party Politics)

London’s Casablanca are seemingly destined for a career in indie-pop having been schoolmates with Bombay Bicycle Club, Cajun Dance Party and Theme Park. The ties run deeper with drummer Tom MacColl being the… Continue reading

Zulu Winter – Language (album) (PIAS)

Having been introduced to the band earlier this year via two very strong singles (“We Should Be Swimming” and “Silver Tongue”), there was much excitement surrounding the release of ‘Language,’ the debut album… Continue reading