Monthly Mixtape 2021-07

Our favourite 100 tracks we have discovered in July 2021 (random order). Click the cassette to be directed to the Spotify Mixtape. Featuring: Between The Jars, Near Mrs, Elephant Memoirs, Dizzy Panda, OJ Beats, Amongst the Pigeons, GANGS OF KIN, Subrasive, Radiant Heart, Your Machine ft Jessica Robb, Dstreet, 3mind Blight, The Blue Gap, Finn,Continue reading “Monthly Mixtape 2021-07”

In the spotlight: Grace can’t play guitar

Grace can’t play guitar are Chris Payne and Mick Tyler, two friends from Brighton who collaborated on various music projects together and gave it a spin for a whole new non-genre specific sound. For this spotlight I had a chat with Chris, the songwriter of the band. In the late 80s you played in anContinue reading “In the spotlight: Grace can’t play guitar”

New Release – Hurricanes and Typhoons by Postindustrial Poets

Imagine guys who love to mess around with guitars, amps and pedals, but spent years listening to soul and blues. Introducing: the Postindustrial Poets. The Poets will release their new single ‘Hurricanes and Typhoons‘on May 7th. “At the end of a recording session, late last year, someone checked what was going on in the world. TwoContinue reading “New Release – Hurricanes and Typhoons by Postindustrial Poets”

New Release – That’s When You Blew My Mind by Postindustrial Poets

The Postindustrial Poets like to sing songs that tell stories. A new story will unfold on 12 February, ‘That’s When You Blew My Mind‘. What can we expect from this next chapter? “The song is about love, travel and transcendent moments. And it is about the sounds maybe more than anything we have released inContinue reading “New Release – That’s When You Blew My Mind by Postindustrial Poets”

Best of 2020 – Fendahlene

What was your most streamed song in 2020? ‘High and Low and Back Again’. What’s your favourite song in the Cool 20 Hall of Fame? It’s a tie between Postindustrial Poets, ‘I Gave You My Disease’ & Grace Can’t Play Guitar, ‘Crazy Daze’. What are your plans for 2021? Continue to promote our album andContinue reading “Best of 2020 – Fendahlene”