Category: Reviews

Exhailers – Planetary Spin To The Stomach

Exhailers have just released new single ‘Planetary Spin To The Stomach’. The song is taken from their forthcoming ‘Abyssal Orbit’ EP which is out on July 13th. One thing you can say about Exhailers...

Deafs Door – Wired Up

Close enough to indie-rock to filter its way into Birmingham’s most popular music scene and genre, Wired Up fits nicely into what 0121 does best. Yet despite the comfortable fit, Deafs Door aren’t too...

Dude York – Box

Seattle trio Dude York‘s new single ‘Box’ is a preview of full-length collection ‘Falling’, due on July 26th. The short intro has a swirling synth sound and a bass melody given backbone by an...

Marty – Worst Case Scenario

A band that I’d not heard of previously, Marty are a young three-piece pop act from Nottingham made up of Aimee, Krista & Rhianne and not to be confused with the fabulous Birmingham drag...

Wasuremono – Are You OK?

When I’m writing up a review for a band, I don’t like to have too much information. I like to let the music hit my ears with as few preconceptions as possible, I’ll eschew...

Azure Blue – Images Of You

I must admit that I didn’t know who Azure Blue was when I was asked to review his 5th album ‘Images of You’. Azure Blue is the solo project of Tobias Isaksson from Stockholm,...

Honey Gentry – Daydream Baby

‘Daydream Baby’ is the new single by London’s Honey Gentry. The song is a sweet slice of Americana tinged sad pop and is released on June 14th. Taken from Honey’s forthcoming EP ‘Dreamlover’, ‘Daydream...

The Navettes – Asleep

Indie Midlands favourites The Navettes have recently released new single ‘Asleep’ and it’s another great song from the Manchester based five-piece. We’ve been fortunate to have The Navettes play twice for us and one...

Singles Roundup

A quick look at some singles we can recommend. People Club are five people, from four different countries; US, UK, Australia & New Zealand, who met in Berlin in 2018. Quickly bonding over music...

Post-Dusk – Half Past Three

A track-by-track review of the new EP from singer/songwriter and sonic auteur Ruby Smith, performing under the name Post-Dusk. 1. Overgrown : Released as an enigmatic single earlier this year, the ambient introduction gives...