ARTIST NOISE (VOLUME V)

It’s back! Artist Noise edition number five is here to introduce you to three artists from different paths of the music world who we highly recommend you check out. If you have any suggestions for us, make sure to tweet @CloseUpPromo. SHANGHAI BLUES We kicked off the year with the announcement that East London boys,... Continue Reading →

CloseUp Festival 2018: First Tier Release

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT we shared the exciting news that CloseUp Festival is back and will be bigger and better than ever before. Returning to the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen on the 12th May 2018, we’ll have live music across two stages - the main stage and the brand new electronic stage.  Announced... Continue Reading →

Bedroom Boredom – Pill: Single Review

Surrey 6-piece Bedroom Boredom's last single 'Pill' may have gone under the radar, but its certainly something you want to revisit.  Citing artists such as Bombay Bicycle Club & Foals as influences, it's clear the track was made in awe of such indie superstars. 'Pill' can best be described as an indie-rock anthem with an... Continue Reading →

SPINN – Home: Single Review

Somewhere between JAWS and Gengahr lie Merseyside 4-piece, SPINN. One of our favourite artists to emerge so early in 2017, SPINN look destined to become (if they are not already) one of the majorly exciting bands that has held the title of 'Liverpool's most exciting emerging act'. Compiling of their usual mix of simple yet... Continue Reading →

Pleasure House – Save Me: Single Review

Birmingham is well known for its music scene, and the former 'new kids on the block' have re-affirmed themselves as part of the ever thriving scene. Pleasure House, with a debut headline tour on the horizon, have released new track 'Save Me'. Following debut EP 'Show Your Colours', and a spattering of festival appearances, PHs's... Continue Reading →

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