Friday’s Finest is a brand new weekly collaboration between Turtle Tempo, It’s All Indie, Nexus and Clunk Magazine. As each week we select a quartet of songs that we have been loving for the past several days.
Our pick: FOXE – Frequency
Frequency is arguably our most favourite release from Guildford trio FOXE to date, and we quite simply cannot get enough of this addictive sing-along indie hit, we adore the guitar riffs, the drums, and we want their frequency. An ultimate toe-tapper from the three amigos who will undoubtedly and deservedly be hitting multiple festival stages from 2019 onwards. We’re extremely proud to be hosting an all-day FOXE Fest on Sunday 21st October at Hoxton Square Bar + Kitchen and we just cannot wait for it! Dutchkid, The Covasettes, Suzi Island and multiple more indie stars of the near future will be playing. Tickets are priced at just £6.50 on the DICE app – so go and get them tiger… HERE.
Michael from Nexus‘ pick: The Black Roses – El Diablo
We thought that you might want an artist this week who we have been shouting about for a few weeks. Because, when in doubt, keep shouting… right? The Black Roses are a four-piece straight out of LDN (London for those who are less in the know. Keep up!). Their latest track El Diablo is well up there in our estimations. You can hear early Arctic Monkeys and Queens of the Stone Age amongst the influences the band has. You’ll also note that the track becomes soaked in guitar riff goodness that seamlessly blends with reverberant tonality. A tonality that will even make your gran head bang until she settles down for an afternoon nap. Take a leaf out of our book and just get it on your playlist already! Oh, and props to all of the head-banging grans out there. It’s a niche audience, but you they’re there!
Fred from It’s All Indie‘s pick: James White – Where Did You Sleep Last Night?
James White – for those who don’t know – is a musician who has given all…
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