5 Awesome Things We Did in 2018.

Our first year as a company has been massive. We’ve been around the world three times, taken part in the best DIY events in the UK and discovered hundreds of artists with the same goals as us. Here’s our 2018, wrapped. 1. SXSW, Austin, Texas. On a pleasantly warm Texas evening in March, the doors of the British Music Embassy …

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Third Lung – “Sister Sinner” Single Review

Reading based four piece Third Lung sound like a combination of Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age and Stereophonics. Their ability to blend garage sounds with pop rock energy and stadium worthy vocal hooks has garnered them support from BBC Radio 6 Music, so it’s probably worth a listen. Here’s our review of their newest single “Sister Sinner”! This …

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Steel Trees – “Deaf in One Eye” Single Review

Working class heroes Steel Trees are a prime example of a band with that strong DIY ethic that we’re always banging on about. Having supported Deap Vally, Dinosaur Pile Up and more in the last few years and played plenty of festivals around the UK, they’ve been on the rise, slowly but surely. They dropped a new single this month, …

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Manuka Hive – “Slave” Single Review

Self described as “imagine Primal Scream having a rather steamy relationship with T-Rex, while adding the eccentric noises from Noel Gallagher’s newest album”,┬áManuka Hive know how to write a bio. Take note folks.The quirky genre-benders have just dropped a new single called “Slave”. Here’s our take! Ending the year with a bang, the new single “Slave” is a grizzly yet …

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Our Favourite Artists of 2018

2018 has been a big year. Not only was it Kycker’s first year as a company, we also got the chance to see loads of fantastic new artists. What better way to cap it off than to talk about our 10 favourite artists of the year? We wouldn’t be much of a music company if we didn’t give a little …

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