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SpeakmanSound – In Flight (Feat. Sharky)

SpeakmanSound

SpeakmanSound

SpeakmanSound is the production project of Glastonbury natives and brothers, Todd and Guy.

It’s no surprise that growing up, they were surrounded by music – their father was a well-known guitarist heavily involved with the psychedelic music scene.

Not content with producing, SpeakmanSound have also set up a studio in Cricklewood, where young musicians and talented artists practicing across film and music in North London come to jam and party.

They’ve enlisted their close friend, Sharky, on their debut release, ‘In Flight’; an uplifting track with tropical elements and psychedelic qualities. Listen below.

UK Shows

14th March – The Waiting Room, London (supporting GLASS)
10th May – Electrowerkz, London (Speakman Collective Experience)

‘In Flight’ is out now via their own label, ETLW Records.

Sounds like: Crystal Fighters, Acre Tarn

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Dive In – Change in the Weather

Dive In - Change In The Weather

Dive In – Change In The Weather

Glastonbury residents, Dive In returns with a clanging indie banger, ‘Change In The Weather’.

“The song is anchored in the idea of hope and coming out of a darker place” explains Matthew Guttridge continuing “We’ve all found ourselves in rut; be it a creative, more personal – this song celebrates the moment in which something happens / clicks and you know you’re back on course.”

Their upcoming EP follows on from an impressive debut, Eighteen, and is out on 9 November via Vagrant/Good Soldier.

Sounds like: Mew, The Temper Trap, Bad Pony, Keane, MS MR, Pistol Shrimp, Futurecop!, Soft Touch, Of Monsters and Men, Fickle Friends, Kid Astray, Young Kato, Anteros, Satellite Stories, The Killers

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Saint Raymond – Lean On (Major Lazer Cover)

Saint Raymond

Saint Raymond

Saint Raymond is Nottingham-born Callum Burrows, who has put his own tropitronica spin on Major Lazer’s huge track ‘Lean On’.

A solo project with a punch of four men.

Listen below:

His debut album ‘Young Blood’ is out on 29 June and you can catch Saint Raymond at Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, and T in the Park.

Sounds like: Kygo, Young Kato, Goldroom, RAC, MÖWE

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Dive In – Can’t Hold Me Down

Dive In

Dive In

Dive In offers a stream of ‘Can’t Hold Me Down’, ahead of the release of their debut EP titled ‘Eighteen’.

With classic indie influences and a cracking chorus, the song skyrockets into the “catchy pop” category, worthy of any decent radio station playlist.

Listen below:

‘Eighteen’ is out on 25 May via Vagrant.

Sounds like: The Temper Trap, Keane, MS MR, Pistol Shrimp, Futurecop!, Soft Touch, Of Monsters and Men, Fickle Friends, Kid Astray, Young Kato, Anteros, Satellite Stories, The Killers, Genesis, The Police

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Dive In – Eighteen

Dive In - Eighteen

Dive In – Eighteen

Glastonbury is arguably the most well established music festival location in the world. Doing their local residents proud is Dive In (aka Matthew Guttridge, Daniel Hayes & Adam Mason). New indie belter, ‘Eighteen’, has been produced by the band and Andy Green (Keane), and mixed by Alan Moulder (Royal Blood, The Killers). “Eighteen was born from a loop pedal jam in our old residence” explains frontman Guttridge, continuing “it was inspired by another day of watching the village’s festival fences go up.  It was the product of excitement and the, what some may call delusional idea that we could one day amount to the successes of the bands/aritsts that descend upon our village each year.”

‘Eighteen’ is the title track of their debut EP, out 25 May via Vagrant. The band have also announced a London show at The Lexington, London on 5 August. Tickets are £6.00 and can be purchased here.

Sounds like: The Temper Trap, Futurecop!, Soft Touch, Of Monsters and Men, Fickle Friends, Kid Astray, Young Kato, Anteros,  Satellite Stories, The Killers

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