This is the U&I Radio daily playlist. Today’s selections are: 1. FFANGS – ‘Your Blue Tears 2. REBECCA CLEMENTS – ‘Pure Wasted’ 3. THE GLASS SET – ‘Everyone’s A Thief’ 4. FIELDFARE – ‘Lone Wolf’ 5. THE HAZEL EMPIRE – ‘Colours’ 6.... Read more
This is the U&I Radio daily playlist. Today’s selections are: 1. YELLOW CREATURES – ‘Human Error’ 2. THE ECHO DEK – ‘City Light’ 3. LUX LISBON – ‘The Devil Got Me Dancing’ 4. ADDING MACHINE –‘Square Piece’ 5. KOBADELTA – ‘The Heretic’... Read more
In the joie-de-vivre calling of the tempo there is a mooted attractive trait to this. It is grasped finely in the overall direction and that sense of revelry is reflected in the joyful way that the band centre themselves in the video. They allow themselves become the point of... Read more
There is something attractive about how this sounds and that is what draws your fixation to the video for all the right reasons. How the video is shot also has an arthouse 80’s sensibility that is incredibly well suited to the retro qualities that stow away in the tempo.... Read more
We would certainly say that this band are one to watch. Having turned up on our radar as far back as 2012 the progress of the band has been incredible to see. The prowess of the band is confirmed in their song writing ability which finely captures a balance... Read more
This is the U&I Radio daily playlist. Today’s selections are: 1. TIGER BELL – ‘Baby You’re A Murderer’ 2. THE FALLOWS – ‘Hurricane’ 3. KODIAK FUR –‘Selena’ 4. SEASIDE HEIGHTS – ‘Turnover’ 5. AMASON – ‘Went To War’ 6. RULES OF ATTRACTION... Read more
This is the U&I Radio daily playlist. Today’s selections are: 1. SUICIDE BEES – ‘Sirens’ 2. THE SHAGAL – ‘Beautiful Car’ 3. THE BATTLES OF WINTER – ‘A Blackout For The Bloods’ 4. THE VALENTINES – ‘Cheshire Lane’ 5. ELEPHANT STONE –... Read more
To get our weekend off to an interesting start we ventured towards Harcourt Street to see Corner Boy play at Everleigh Garden and it has to be said that they put on a hell of a good show it must be said. With plans for a highly productive and... Read more
With this video everything is shot to capture the nostalgia. That is carefully constructed in the lyrical content here and it rises steadfastly in a way that finds a true sense of vocation. The delicate manner of the song carefully glides through, while the old 8mm footage also carries... Read more
As frontman Aaron Starkie walks towards the camera you immediately sense that here is a band that mean business and this video backs that assessment up squarely. The electro/indie sound of the video is incredibly well married to the visual aesthetic here that suitably marries the components of everything... Read more