Byron Bay. A beautiful part of the world. Home of the laid back lifestyle, brilliant brunches and some of the worst illegal raves I’ve ever been to.
It’s also the home of Kita. A 19 year old Aussie surfer chick, who’s currently working on her debut album in London.
‘My Own Way’ has shades of early Haim and Fleetwood Mac.
An absolute must for all summer roadtrips. And definitely one to watch.
Bradford. Home of the best curry houses in the world, the Bantams, and some of the worst LEGAL raves I’ve ever been to.
NGOD recently smashed the Great Escape in Brighton. The fact they’ve been playing together since 2009 probably helps. They’ve built up quite a following for their live shows as they clocked up the tour miles around the UK.
Londoners can look forward to July 17th 2015, when they play the Shacklewell Arms. Check out this demo from last year.
The NE of England has given us so many greats bands and artists over the years; Jimmy Nail, Roy Chubby Brown and Gazza to name but a few. But this lot leapfrog them all.
Originally from Sunderland, they only appeared on the musical radar just over a month ago. But, by all accounts, already have a wild reputation for their live shows.
The comparison to Queens Of The Stone Age is easily heard in the first 15 seconds of ‘Do You Know Me’. They play at The Victoria in Dalston on June 12th 2015. And you can catch them at loads of festivals this summer, including Secret Garden Party and Boardmasters in Cornwall.