Sunday, 7 December 2014

ICYMI - This Week on WIIHAMB - 2014 Week #49

In case you missed it - You shouldn't have, but just in case you did.

It's now the end of the first week of December and as organised as I am, I obviously still haven't decided when we'll be starting to round up 2014... probably never at this rate. Last year I think I started this weekend!

Keep up to date with all of the daily goings-on over at WIIHAMB Daily.

November Round-Up

Album of the month: PVRIS - White Noise

Gigs of the month: Vinnie Caruana and Rixton

Top five tracks from Emarosa,Adria, The Never Ever, Baauer and Ritual

A couple of weeks ago Swim Good released their new single/EP ‘Little Victories’ which was accompanied by this great acoustic version of Ella Eyre’s ‘Comeback’.

Following teaser track ‘New World Torture’, While She Sleeps have returned with new single ‘Four Walls’, taken from their forthcoming album ‘Brainwashed’ which is due for release in March next year.

Texan native Leon Bridges has brought classic soul into 2014 in the most unbelievable way. The production on his track ‘Coming Home’ is so insanely ’60s that you’d be mistaken for thinking Bridges wasn’t a new artist.

The Gospel Youth are a new Brighton based band formed by ex-members of Fleeing From Finales, Lost On Landing, and personal teenage favourite The Auteur. (HELLO 2009, TAKE ME BACK!). The pop rock trio have not only released the video for single ‘Kids’ but also a three track EP available for pay-however-much-you-like download on their Bandcamp.

Throwback Thursday
So, I've already posted Destiny's Child for Throwback Thursday before but this song is miles better than the one I posted in January, so here we go.

Grace Savage puts a twist like you’ve never heard before on Banks’ track ‘Waiting Game’. Savage is a two time UK beatboxing champion and this cover shows off not just her beatboxing skills but also her singing talent as well.

Rising from the ashes of Hildamay who split earlier this year, comes Bayeux. Although not as heavy as some of the Hildamay material, Bayeux are still just the right amount of rough around the edges.

December playlists so far: YouTube / Spotify / Deezer


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