Sly Antics | Kycker Review

Sly Antics – “Bin Juice” Single Review

Sly Antics are one of the most exciting bands on the Manchester circuit right now, having been on our radar for a while. They blend indie rock with funk pop to create an incredibly fun, energetic sound. They’ve had praise from Radio X, BBC Introducing and Fred Perry Subculture for their past single “Lights Go Down“, which is a fantastic …

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HOOLi | Kycker Review

HOOLi – “Cider Sue” Single Review

HOOLi are a blues / pop / indie band from Southampton who have only been going since early this year, and have already put out a single of major calibre. Having already secured support slots with artists like Fickle Friends and The Big Moon, its no surprise that their music is pretty damn good.  Their debut single ‘Cider Sue” is …

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La Lune | Kycker Review

La Lune – “love/sick” Single Review

La Lune is the music of Brighton based Olivia Judd, who (at 19 years old) is already making music of an incredibly high quality. La Lune channels a modern, ambient sound coupled with a dash of neo-80’s pop to create a highly refined, fresh sound.  Her new single “love/sick” came out last Friday, and it’s probably the best track of …

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Sunstack Jones | Kycker Review

Sunstack Jones – Self Titled Album Review

Sunstack Jones are a 5 piece indie / alternative band based in Liverpool. Having signed to Deltasonic (the same label as The Coral and The Zutons), Sunstack Jones are set to release their new self titled album later on this month. The album was mastered by Nick McCabe of The Verve. Apparently we are hip and cool enough to be able to hear …

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THOMA | Kycker Review

THOMA – “Bouquet” EP Review

THOMA is the alias of London based artist Tom Johnston. THOMA’s music has been described as ambient electro pop, with a mix of deep pop synths and strong soul vocals. Inspired by the likes of Phil Collins and Luther Vandross aswell as modern electronic music like NAO and Halsey, THOMA’s new EP “BOUQUET” is a captivating yet relaxing body of …

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Hot Soles Sound City | Kycker Review

Hot Soles – “Hanging Loose” Single Review

Hot Soles are Sheffield’s resident sugarbeat duo. ‘What does that mean?’ I hear you ask, well, I don’t know. But it sounds pretty good. Hot Soles have been a major force in the Sheffield scene for some time now, despite only putting out one single in 2015, and then nothing until now. ‘How have they done that?’ I hear you …

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Twistettes | Kycker Review

The Twistettes – “Weird Me” Single Review

The Twistettes are a two piece garage rock duo from Glasgow who sport the ‘we don’t need a guitarist’ set up, with just a bassist / vocalist and a drummer. The Twistettes are one of the times where this has worked in their favour. Boasting a rough sound thanks to their beefy bass sound, The Twistettes showcase an almost punk infused …

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