CjayQ & Austan Found – Old Love (prod. Brownie Beats)


Atlantic Shore

“Big hooks and anthemic choruses; these four guys have a big future ahead of themselves” – It’s All Indie

“Tasty Jams You Must Hear” – A Music Blog, Yea?

“A big and booming dose of Indie Pop” – Indie Current

After having spent nearly a year recording a wealth of new material with producer Sam Winfield (Fickle Friends, Pixel Fix, Amber Run), Atlantic Shore are finally back with a captivating new pop inflected indie rock single called ‘The Comedown’. The Liverpool and Leeds based four-piece managed to create something truly magnificent with their newest effort, which blends in perfectly with the current UK indie scene without losing its very own touch.

Atlantic Shore’s debut single ‘Stay Here’ had positive reception throughout the country, gaining them a sold out London support slot with Amber Run, airplay on Amazing Radio (Amazing Rock Show/Audition), multiple BBC Introducing airplay and features on It’s All Indie, A Music Blog, Yea?Indie Current amongst others.

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For further info contact: alain@youngandaspiring.com

King No-One, Kings of Indie Rock?

York based up-and-comers King No-One are back with a bold new single called ‘Stay Close’ (produced by Steve Harris: Kodaline, Miles Kane). Drawing comparisons to the likes of The Bravery, Arctic Monkeys and Foals, the four-piece delivers catchy choruses and gritty guitar riffs amongst their unique blend of addictive indie rock.

Previous singles got picked up by the likes of Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1)Dermot O’Leary (BBC Radio 2)Dan O’Connell (Radio X) and Tom Robinson (6 Music) and ‘Constellations’ being added to Radio 1’s Best of BBC Introducing list for 2015. The band also played at both Reading and Leeds Festival.


‘This is only the beginning for KNO, I’m tipping them for big things’ – Jericho Keys (BBC Introducing)

‘This hip shaking belter of a tune is a great addition to their growing stature’ – It’s All Indie

‘They blew us away at the 02 Academy’ – James Brown (Pulled Apart By Horses)

Kimya Dawson

Kimya Dawson is an American folk singer and songwriter, known as one half of the band “Moldy Peaches.” The band went on hiatus in 2004, while Dawson toured most of North America and Europe. In 2008 Kimya Dawson recorded some acoustic songs for a movie soundtrack of the coming of age indie film “Juno.” One of the most popular songs that is hear throughout  the movie is “Tire Swing,” which can be heard on her album “Remember That I Love You.” Another of her popular songs that is heard in the movie is “Anyone Else But You,” by the “Moldy Peaches” which put the band back on the map. Dawson’s last album was released in 2011 called “Thunder Thighs.” Now she collaborates with other artist such as “Third Eye Blind” and Paul Baribeau. Hopefully Kimya Dawson will put outnew music in the near future.

Written by – Mr. Brightside