With punk sounds, this band from Liverpool have been providing us with anthems and with their new addition of a killer drummer, they couldn’t be better. Their new release “Bang Bang Bang” had me so frustrated in the best way as I was humming it all after hearing it. It was stuck in my head but I wasn’t complaining one bit. The insanely catchy lyrics mixed with confident and moshable rhythms is the perfect concoction for an absolute banger – I can’t stop playing it. Another brilliant single to maintain their repeated releases of simply good music. Because who doesn’t love this generation? Just after supporting the incredible Crawlers at the sold out 02 academy Liverpool, they’re coming to Nottingham to perform for us. Why not party with them?
Berlin-based singer-songwriter, AKA KELZZ has set a precedent with their latest release: ‘The Drama Series’ – an audio TV show. A DIY bedroom production, the EP explores a journey of thoughts and feelings people “may have been hiding from”. A gentle start with the first track – ‘Intro’, the subtle mixture of neo-soul and a chill groove whisks audiences through AKA KELZZ’s internal challenges and personal battles. Tickling your senses with an uplifting resolution, the body of work encompasses influences from artists such as Erykah Badu, Jill Scott and India Arie.
Hailing from North London ‘BUZZKILL!’ hopes to be the statement release The Pink Nostalgia has been teasing. The track is an exploration of self reflection by soloist, Joseph James, confronting anxiety in an indie-electronic way. Since the release of their ethereal self-titled debut EP, The Pink Nostalgia have made waves in the dream-pop scene. With ‘PEACHES’ as the lead single, their sound has been likened to The 1975, Wolf Alice, Fleetwood Mac, Talking Heads, The Japanese House, and Bon Iver, to name but a few. In 2021, The Pink Nostalgia began work on ‘MONOCHROME’. Branded as their conceptual second EP, lead singles like ‘THE COMEDOWN’, ‘PLUTO’ and ‘DRIFTED’ received great praise from their fans and press alike.
The UK-based indie rapper is on a mission to define the artist as ‘a person who is unapologetically human’, with genre defying track: ‘i lost my mind’
An interview with the curators of ‘Arcade Paradise’ – an extended play inspired by the 90s video game
Ivar and The Horde’s new charity EP ‘Arcade Paradise,’ the debut release from Black Razor Records and a stand-alone release of the 1993 video game theme, is available now on …
INFL Interviews Moxxy Jones and Isabelle to celebrate the release of their recent collaboration ‘Another Yesterday’
The San Francisco-based Synth Pop duo, Moxxy Jones, have just released their latest single ‘Another Yesterday’ – their first collaboration with American vocal powerhouse Isabelle. ‘Another Yesterday’ is Moxxy Jones’ fourth release under Starita Records, taken from their upcoming debut album ‘Unnoticed.’ Described as ‘diving into the nostalgia of what once was so good, and having hope for its return,’ it’s fitting that ‘Another Yesterday’ was inspired by the catchy melodies of 80s and 90s pop music. Isabelle’s beautifully strong mezzo-soprano vocals are paired with R&B/funk guitars, ambient synth progressions and a pulsing bass. I’m Not From London spoke to Moxxy Jones and Isabelle about ‘Another Yesterday’ and their upcoming projects.
From an assortment of locations across the US, indie-pop enthused 19 Miles Per Hour are set to release their new single, ‘CONTRADICTIONS’ September 2022. With the goal to unite using music, the quartet centralises upon the notion that melodies have the power to make us feel like we are not alone in this world. Culturally relevant lyricism coupled with catchy yet passionate rhetoric, 19 Miles Per Hour hope to bring further awareness to conversations surrounding mental health.