There was a sense of excitement and anticipation in the Peterborough air. Right in the middle of the high street, tucked in between your classic high street shops, is Met Lounge. To the ordinary eye, everything seemed calm and peaceful, … Continue reading INTERVIEWS: Dream State, Chapter and Verse, and The Ultraviolet!
Diverse, risk-taking and resilient; these are all qualities some of the world’s most celebrated and famous musicians have, and STEEGS shares these attributes. As someone who has performed on the street & in quirky family-founded groups, put a halt on … Continue reading INTERVIEW: STEEGS
Alfie Jack is one of the most underrated duos around right now, but we predict big success (as well as hopefully being added to a couple of Spotify playlists) is right under their noses with their latest single. Here’s the … Continue reading SINGLE REVIEW: Alfie Jack / No Guideline
Following on from his successful previous single ‘Headlights’, intriguing Welsh singer Lost Like Alice continues his eventual journey into self-reflection and recovery with dual release ‘What’s Missing? / Crooked Lines’. Previous single ‘Headlights’ details a particularly low moment in the … Continue reading DUAL SINGLE REVIEW: Lost Like Alice / What’s Missing? & Crooked Lines
Natalie Shay is undoubtedly a talented youngster – at just 19, she has already graduated from the Brit School, and has been classically trained to play the guitar. Clash Magazine have recognised her potential, exclusively premiering her latest single ‘This … Continue reading SINGLE REVIEW: Natalie Shay / This Feeling
Part of our partnership with Turtle Tempo will entail writing about upcoming acts playing their shows on our blog, and performing later this month (20th February) at their show at The Social will be Castells! Here’s what you need to … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Castells
Finally, we can introduce to all you lovely readers the first playlist on gigsandfreudianslips… featuring 40 spectacular tracks from acts previously featured as Lincolnshire Artist of the Week (The Rills, Project Redshift, Kieran Campbell , Carry the Crown, Alice Kat), artists … Continue reading PLAYLIST: The Best of Lincolnshire and Humberside Music!
Today’s single review comes from outspoken English youngsters Sonic A.M. They started out when they were just adolescents – they’ve been releasing bedroom demos since ’14, which astonishingly is four whole years ago! They’ve even had time to bring out EP … Continue reading SINGLE REVIEW: Sonic A.M / Bitter
(review follows a short introduction about the blog – if you want to go STRAIGHT to the review, SKIP THE FIRST PARAGRAPH!) Before I dig into this post, I need to address why the blog has been a little quiet … Continue reading SINGLE REVIEW: BRIDGES / BFF
Turtle Tempo‘s ethos is all about independent music discovery. They are not only an awesome webzine specialised in discovering new music, but are also South London events promoters! Their run of 2018 gigs kicked off earlier this month, and they’ve … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Turtle Tempo founder Dan!