The Slates are an indie-rock band from Mirfield. They are cheeky, charismatic, youthful and talented. These boys are bracing the indie-rock scene with a cheeky grin. Their first pair of tunes (Try That and Flames and Tunes) have asserted their skills as individual musicians and as a solid band. They are definitely a band to keep an eye on. We look forward to hearing more from them and look forward
(LAILANA) her powerful sentimental voice is consistently breath taking and emotionally captivating.
Lauren James and Ed Biggs present their monthly round-up of new album releases, from the biggest rock, indie and pop acts to the best underground albums coming onto our radars, plus a handful of classic LPs from years gone by – click here to listen now! Alternatively, you can subscribe to our podcast by searching for ‘Student Playlist’ or ‘Laser Guided Melodies’ on the iTunes store, or by finding us on PodoMatic! The May
Lauren James and Ed Biggs present a look back at the biggest and best albums released in March 2015 – click here to listen now! Including reviews of the following albums: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Chasing Yesterday Modest Mouse – Strangers To Ourselves Laura Marling – Short Movie Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly The Cribs – Burning For No One The Prodigy – The Day Is
Lauren James and Ed Biggs review some of the biggest and best albums released over the last month, including: Peace – Happy People Idlewild – Everything Ever Written Imagine Dragons – Smoke + Mirrors Father John Misty – I Love You, Honeybear The biggest news items are also discussed, such as the new Blur album The Magic Whip, Live At Leeds line-up, Glastonbury’s possible headliners, and the BRIT and Grammy