Author: Tap The Feed

The Feed: Tame Impala, Mouse, Hush Mozey and more

➤   15 April, 2019, 19:00

It’s Spring and sunshine all round (for now), so we’re in a good mood indeed. More so with these ace new tracks that are ready for the taking, so scroll down and enjoy this week’s roundup of...

First Look: Stone Cold Fiction – Drip

➤   5 April, 2019, 12:00

Quite simply,  Stone Cold Fiction are smashing it at the moment as they continue to takeover 2019 with their rock n’ roll prowess. With the Brighton based trio working on their debut album and having just returned...

The Feed: Bonsi, Pinky Pinky, Höst and more

➤   1 April, 2019, 11:00

April has arrived, the clocks having gone forward and we’re officially into the spring season (whoop!). With that in mind, there’s been a flurry of releases to kick off the new season and we’ve put the very...

First Listen: Hush Mozey – Staying Up

➤   13 March, 2019, 12:00

With 2019 well and truly in motion and bands coming out of the woodwork with their latest masterpieces, the spotlight is next on Bristol emerging rock stars Hush Mozey who return with new single ‘Staying Up’ which...

The Feed: Shura, Lazy Day, The National and more

➤   11 March, 2019, 19:39

We’re storming through March as we approach closer to Spring and with it even more new music and stunning returns making an appearance. This week has been another cracker with releases galore and epic returns. Leading the...

The National announce new album I Am Easy To Find

➤   6 March, 2019, 12:00

It’s been brewing up for a while now but The National have confirmed details of their eighth studio album, I Am Easy To Find, the follow-up to 2017’s Sleep Well Beast, out on 17th May via 4AD....

The Feed: SCALPING, Sœur, Hatchie, BUTE and more

➤   4 March, 2019, 19:00

Photo: Rowen Allen It’s a new month, closer to spring and some cracking new tunes to enjoy. Here’s the best of the lot over the past week and then some. SCALPING – Chamber Bristol experimental group SCALPING...

Tap The Feed Podcast: Emily Breeze

➤   24 February, 2019, 14:00

Emily Breeze, who is based in the South West, has been writing and performing around the British music scene for over ten years under either her own name or as the singer and song writer for the...

First Listen: Fossette – Trendi

➤   21 February, 2019, 12:30

When it comes to good, fun and contagious music, look no further than indie quartet Fossette. Much of 2018 saw the band hitting the road performing live (supporting the likes The Amazons, Cassia, Glass Caves & The...

The Feed: Pet Shimmers, Foals, Ekkah and more

➤   18 February, 2019, 22:00

We’ve been a little quiet with The Feed but we’re back in action with a whole bunch of slick new tunes to enjoy this week. Pet Shimmers – Feels Hz (ft. Goat Girl) We recently come across...

Tap The Feed x Aria Music Session – Neo Soul

➤   17 February, 2019, 12:00

In our third session with Rob Short and Aria Music we look at the diverse genre that is Neo Soul. We feature two artists who put out singles last October which were featured on Tap The Feed....

27 Festival Preview: Laissez Faire

➤   16 February, 2019, 12:00

We’re just one week away until the all-dayer music event this is 27 Festival! Check out Bristol-based indie pop trio Laissez Faire who play the Stag and Hounds main stage on Saturday and are due to release...

27 Festival Preview: SKIES

➤   12 February, 2019, 20:00

With just over a week to go until 27 Festival, we’re running down the clock by introducing some of the bands and artists who will be performing the all-dayer music festival at the Exchange and Stag and...

Lazy Day announce Letters EP, share single ‘Double j’

➤   5 February, 2019, 21:00

Super cool group Lazy Day have announce details of their new EP Letters along with a new single ‘Double j’, which can be streamed above. The five-track EP is set for release on 22nd March via the band’s...

First Listen: Happy Families – Winter

➤   31 January, 2019, 15:00

It’s been some time, a few years in fact (2013), since London based duo Happy Families (Lawrence Chandler, Lucia Rivero) impressed the music world with their ethereal electronic sounds. With numerous coverage across the board, including radio...