Our Top 50 Singles-March 2014

1. Mourning Birds - Eve Of The Isle

2. Catfish And The Bottlemen - Kathleen

3. Theatre Royal - Doubt

4. Sundara Karma - Cold Heaven

5. Bitter Ruin - Love Gone Left

6. Annie Eve - Southern

7. Coasts - A Rush Of Blood

8. House Of Lions - Uncruel

9. Silver Arm - He Of The Slow Creep

10. Six Years - Till Then

11. We Are Catchers - Tap Tap Tap

12. SOAK - Blud

13. The Traps - My Grip

14. The Vincent(s) - Throne Song

15. Spring King - Mumma

16. Sunstack Jones - Bet I Could

17. Auction For The Promise Club - Ghosts

18. Of Sea & Shore - Carousel

19. Boardwalk Isabella - The World Is A Mirror

20. Haze - Together Or Apart

21. Mutineers - Love,It's A Killer

22. Jack Brotherhood - Lion

23. Cemetery Junction - Eighteen

24. A Plastic Rose - Someone's Daughter

25. The Horn The Hunt - Starless

26. H A B I T A T S - Diamond Days

27. Young Kato - Help Yourself

28. Plastic Mermaids - Drømtorp

29. Haarts - Seasons Change

30. The Darlingtons - Rotations

31. Without Parachutes - When We Fall

32. Animal Noise - Bag Of Bones

33. Good Girl And The Bad Times - Not Even The Moon

34. Elastic Sleep - Leave You

35. Black Hearted Brother - Got Your Love

36. Selectalldeletesaveas - Modern Life Is War

37. Rhinos Are People Too- Pelkuri

38. Getawaycab - Sing With Us

39. Pusher - Let It Break

40. OK Cult - Black Mambo

41. The Paperback Throne - Amma

42. Casa Murilo - Sleeping With The Lights On

43. The Finest Hour - Over Bar The Shouting

44. Nowhere Boy - Put It To Paper

45. Lynx Lynx - Trailer Park

46. The New Union - Now

47. Veyu - Running

48. Matthew Klint - Catastrophe

49. Broken Back - Happiest Man On Earth

50. The Bulletproof Bomb - Suitcase

Our Top 25 Albums-February 2014

1. Wild Beasts - Present Tense

2. Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire For No Witness

3. Bombay Bicycle Club - So Long,See You Tomorrow

4. Skaters - Manhattan

5. St.Vincent - St.Vincent

6. Arthur Beatrice - Working Out

7. The John Butler Trio - Flesh & Blood

8. Augustines - Augustines

9. The Mirror Trap - Stay Young

10. Temples - Sun Structures

11. Whales in Cubicles - Death In The Evening

12. Cheatahs - Cheatahs

13. Trick Mammoth - Floristry

14. Sheepy - Sheepy

15. The Melodic - Effra Parade

16. The Hosts - Softly, Softly

17. Marissa Nadler - July

18. Bwani Junction - Tongue Of Bombie

19. Lets Wrestle - Lets Wrestle

20. Fanfarlo - Let's Go Extinct

21. Death Vessel - Island Intervals

22. Bleeding rainbow - Interrupt

23. Beauty Of Gemina - Ghost Prayers

24. Tacocat - Nvm

25. Hatcham Social - Cutting Up the Present Leaks Out the

Future

Artist of the Week

Teddy

Teddy

This is TEDDY, an art-pop four piece from East London who have a sound which is original, innovative and at times infectious. The Band,Tom Falle, Eddy Bailhache, Jack Gooderham and Alex Glover, are just about to release their second single 'Jacobs Armour'.This follows their debut track 'Primate' an insanely catchy song with the wonderful chorus "I’m rough baby, I shit everyday and I think about dying” .How many tracks start with a xylophone and after forty seconds stop for five seconds, but it works so well. The gap seems so right as the jaunty percussion takes over along side a fuzzy guitar purring out simple, yet wonderful riffs.

Teddy's stunning second single is due for release on 21st April. This track begins with a piano over a quiet drumbeat and gloriously builds into a mesmerizing epic of a song. The track has a more rockier feel to it, pounding drums and guitar riffs, all pulled together by the backdrop a of stirring piano arrangement. There are so many parts to this song, including a 'Bohemian Rhapsody' moment in the the middle, that the listener is never sure which direction the song is going, but never disappoints. You may never of heard anything like Teddy before, give them a listen.
The offical launch party for the new single is 25th April and there are still tickets available at www.wegottickets.com

More information about Teddy can be found on facebookand Twitter
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