HAIRY MOUTH ...The Best New Music, Now
airy Mouth is a mind that’s polluting the internet with thoughts about music. This online fanzine aims to introduce you to some new sounds and give you a chance to discover something wonderful. Keep in touch and let me know what you think. I hope you like what you read/hear/see. Thanks, Rob
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Big Fin Stunning folk music from deepest darkest Hampshire.
ith a string of awe-inspiring UK and European live performances under his belt, Matt Reynolds, aka Big Fin, has releases his highly anticipated debut EP Tether. His powerful blend of sharp guitar playing and layers of beautiful harmonies simply sound incredible. With songwriting that is both brutally honest, and delightfully rhythmic we can’t wait to hear more. Listen to: ‘Patience’ & ‘Bloody Murder’ II
ANTWON BIG VOICE. HEAVY HEART.
ntwon’s über-cool, lo-fi persona is a joy to experience, and his fresh beat making, mixed with a virulent 90s nostalgia will impress even the most avid of hip-hop fans. The funky vibes that emanate from his laid-back, head-bobbing melodies are a perfect accompaniment to any sunny day spent with a keg of beer and good friends. He’s got a big voice and a heavy heart. Listen to: ‘Helicopter’ & ‘Living Every Dream’ III
[YEARBOOK] ........................................................ “COS I’M SO DIFFERENT, YEAH I’M SO UNIQUE.”
here’s an eagerly awaited second EP in the pipeline, and with an ever-increasing supply of blistering live shows, Yearbook are surely on the brink of success. Their can-do approach to making music is rousing to witness, and the songwriting is as precise as it is intense. Stick into the mix the bands devilishly charming enthusiasm for the music they make and they’re bound to go far. Listen to: ‘Art Student’ & ‘Have Patience’ IV
Five Things That Are Better Than B’Town That Begin With The Letter B. I recently spent some time in Birmingham listening to the cities “finest” bands and needless to say it was an emotional roller coaster.
ut after soon realising that the scene is mainly made up of people who have never managed to get over the fact that they were too late to see Nirvana live, I’ve come to the conclusion that the infamous B-Town genre is just a load of rehashed twaddle. So here’s a list of five things that are better than B’Town that all begin with the letter B. The Beatles – They had an equally as annoying accent, but at least they actually stood for something. If in another 50 years time you’re still glorifying Superfood then we have failed as a society. Books – Honestly they’re great. You should try reading one sometime. You might actually learn something. Please Note: The NME does not constitute as a book. Brighton – The other (better) B’Town. It’s got a much more vibrant music scene and there’s no language barrier. Plus it has a coastline, instead of being slap bang in the middle of Britain. Brit-pop – This genre was responsible for an actual war between the North and South. People even died and stuff. The only negative point was Liam Gallagher. Blowjobs - Yep, that’s right. Sucking cock is better than listening to B-Town.