As we approach Christmas and New Year, it’s time to reflect on a strong year for new music once again. 2021 has seen the resurgence of guitar bands, with indie artists claiming debut album number ones and the likes of Sam Fender reaching the Top 10 in the UK singles chart – uncharted territory for
In case you’ve missed it, today has been nothing short of a feast of new music. We’ve been treated to two new EPs – one from South Yorkshire and one from Liverpool, a northern icon covering another northern icon’s hit, and single releases from up-and-coming artists. So without further ado, let’s kick off. Richard Ashcroft
Although we’re only midway through February, we have already been treated to some great new music. We’ve launched a new ‘Best of 2021’ playlist, which we will update throughout the year. The playlist will include established artists and rising stars, with some of our favourite tracks of the year. Our first wave of tracks is
2020 was a great year for music and a saving grace for many as we struggled through lockdowns and tiered restrictions. So here’s to hoping 2021 is going to deliver the goods once more. It was, of course, a strong year for the likes of Biffy Clyro, The 1975, The Cribs, Everything Everything and Blossoms.