Friday Round-up!

Another week, another lot of fantastic new music! This week we’ve had releases from oh800, Dustin Tebbutt, Emily Magpie and Bugeye!

oh800 tackle racial stereotypes on new single Melanin!


Electro-punk outfit oh800 have now shared the next single to be taken from their debut album. Talking about Melanin frontman Eoin Rooney explains, "the lyrics came after a young black kid was killed by a police officer in our area of London. The officer thought he swallowed a suspicious package and chased him down. You know the rest... Meanwhile on the same streets, middle class white people walk around every weekend with suspicious packages in their pockets, suspicion free. That pisses me off. So I wrote a song about it.”

Character Building, the new album from oh800, is out on 12th October 2018 via Infinite Jest Records.

Dustin Tebbutt shares breathtaking new single Satellite!

Taken from his forthcoming EP Chasing GoldDustin Tebbutt’s Satellite is yet another slice of beautifully crafted indie-folk. Tebbutt’s signature soft, fragile delivery is at the forefront, sounding akin to the likes of early Bon Iver and Sufjan Stevens’ unique ability to create breathtakingly intimate folk-pop. 

Tebbutt's forthcoming EP Chasing Gold is out on 26th October 2018 via Eleven: A Music Company. Stream Satellite on Spotify now.

Emily Magpie shares DIY new video for spellbinding single Last Train!

Following last year’s The Witching Hour, Bristol based artist and multi-instrumentalist Emily Spetch - aka Emily Magpie - returns to grace our ears with a new spellbinding EP, Be Your Own Light. Taken from the EP, new single Last Train flows with a soaring emotion-strewn power and twinkling finger-picked ukulele melodies alongside Emily’s heart-wrenching celestial vocals and gritty beats, creating her most personal release to date. 

Be Your Own Light, the forthcoming EP from Emily Magpie, is out 8th October 2018. Stream Last Train on Spotify now.

Bugeye release funk-fuelled slice of disco punk Is This Love?!


Already receiving acclaim from the likes of Radio X’s John Kennedy and BBC 6 Music’s Amy Lamé, Bugeye's Is This Love? is a twisted play on the theme, asking what love is; reflecting on how it can turn into a suffocating obsession. A truly infectious creation, it’s propelled by raging, synth-driven hooks and intense propulsive beats as Angela Martin’s vocals soar with a fierce punk grit.

Is This Love? is out now and available to stream on Spotify.