‘Excuse me is this cubical free?’ A review of ‘Luke Lovekin – Generation Z’. Written by Joe Hough. Luke Lovekin is a budding artist based in Stoke, UK, with a sound influenced by Lou Reed, Nick Cave and Jeff Buckley. His latest single ‘Generation Z’ has just dropped. Luke’s previous releases have all had somethingContinue reading “Lo-Tide Review: “Luke Lovekin – Generation Z””
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Pilgrims Pit – The Good, The Bad and The Corona Bit.
Written by Caleb Allport. COVID-19 has made 2020 one of the most devastating times for so many across the globe. Grassroots music venues are a group that have been hit hard by the pandemic, and for the most part, have been at the point of complete uncertainty since they were forced to close their doorsContinue reading “Pilgrims Pit – The Good, The Bad and The Corona Bit.”
Introducing ‘look busy’
From early beginnings in Stoke on Trent, now Salford based ‘look busy’ are a three piece Electronic Rock band. Emerging from the shadows of a previous alt punk set up known as ‘Release’, Busy have…
Lo-Tide Music: 6 albums to listen to while waiting for Playboi Carti’s ‘WLR’
Written by Lo-Tide. 1. Portishead – Dummy Portishead’s 1994 debut is a masterwork of downbeat and desperation. They invented their own kind of virtuosity, one that encompassed musicianship, technology, and aura. Lo-Tide Highlight: Glory Box 2. Black Kray – Ice Cream & Mac 10s Important album in popularising cloud rap, dark, ambient, spacey but stillContinue reading “Lo-Tide Music: 6 albums to listen to while waiting for Playboi Carti’s ‘WLR’”