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Introducing okNoah

Engaging alt-pop There’s a charm and a lightness to the music that okNoah is responsible for, a wistful bedroom pop that still manages to tackle the struggles in everyday life. Fuelled chiefly by guitar and the musician’s impressive vocal talents, … Read More


You can just be yourself Those people with a keen interest in J-pop in the UK will of course be aware of Orion Live’s passion in bringing underground acts to the country in previous years. Their efforts have in turn … Read More


Humanise me… Previously, London duo Naz & Ella caught our attention with the engaging ‘No (Doesn’t Mean Convince Me)’ (see Wavegirl review previously). It demonstrated a particular talent for mood and melody, while also managing to provide a stark commentary … Read More

A.N.J.A. – Monoxide

Take a ride with me… There’s a definite pleasure in coming across new music that offers up a grittier approach that’s both familiar and also surprising. Take the ‘Surf Horror’ appeal of ‘Monoxide’, which apparently took inspiration from night-stalking serial … Read More

WOLF ALICE – Blue Weekend

Bend your own rules It’s been a long wait for Wolf Alice to put out a follow-up to their 2017 album Visions Of A Life (see Wavegirl review previously). That album demonstrated that the rock outfit weren’t merely a one … Read More

MOODBAY – My Thing

I come alive… Electropop duo Moodbay have done an impressive turn previously, care of solid tunes such as the synth sweeps of ‘Video Games’ and the hypnotic ‘Like Nobody Else’. Consisting of Alfie Cattell and Anna Stephens, the duo cite … Read More

WEB RUMORS – New Wave Heartache

adrift in an endless sea… Although it might sound a strange combination, the new release from Web Rumors brings to mind OMD meets Austra. There’s a warmth at work in the electronic foundations of ‘New Wave Heartache’ which is augmented … Read More

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