LowKey News is an online content creation company that features latest  news in music, reviews, upcoming artists and a weekly podcast every Friday. LowKey News are Sophie Chapman, Louise Browne, Nicolle Pinchen, Casey Flynn and Freddie Marlow from Southampton Solent University’s BA (Hons) Music Promotion course.

Here’s an overview of this week’s highlights in music.

In this week’s podcast LowKey News discuss some upcoming British festivals and upcoming artists they’ve been listening to.o

 

 

LowKey News song of the week

Raye – I, U, Us

Oceans Ate Alaska Announces UK tour

After recently announcing their appearance at Slam Dunk Festival and Tech Fest this summer, Oceans Ate Alaska have announced another run of intimate UK dates in June 2017.

 Titled the official UK Tech Fest Tour, the shows see host to support from Napoleon and a special guest yet to be announced – the dates include a local Southampton show at The Joiners.

 

Southampton based Metalcore act announce new EP + Single

Southampton metalcore outfit Deference recently announced the release of their second EP titled False Awakening and debuted the title track via Punktastic.

 

Tegan & Sara

Review: 13 February, Roundhouse, London.

‘Through-out the set both sisters ensure to keep the crowd amused, being known for their on stage banter with each other and reminiscing of the earlier days in their career – be it their iconic mullet hair styles or harder and darker times between the two twins which caused a riff in their career but ultimately lead to them writing some of their biggest hits.’

 

The Sherlocks

“The Sherlocks, made up of Dearne, Kiaran, Brandon and Andy, are a band of the people, singing songs to make the audience happy, their aim, to take everyone away from the current climate we live in. With melodies and choruses that one can listen to over and over again.”

 

Sleeptalking  – All Hope Is Lost For Now

“Sleeptalking are a five piece band from Bristol, who on January 17th released their debut single late ‘All Hope Is Lost For Now’, a big, shouty, punky, great song. It sounds similar to the stooges, and an amazing vocal that doesn’t sound dissimilar to that of Steve Tyler.”

Machine Gun Kelly UK show

Machine Gun Kelly has announced a European tour for this summer featuring a one off UK show.

 

Pvris UK show

Pvris have announced their return to Europe and the UK with four shows taking place in early May.


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