Cosines at Innocent Words

This two-song 7-inch from London’s synth-heavy five-piece is a perfect calling card for those who have never heard the band. Side A’s “Commuter Love” is a feedback drenched, garage pop number, with a nod to bands like The Black Keys, while the flip side, “Disclosed Stories,” is a bright, bouncy ditty, complete with trumpet, that… Continue reading Cosines at Innocent Words

Cosines at Get It On Vinyl

The best thing about seven-inch singles is they can showcase the wide range of a group. With their second single, Commuter Love/Disclosed Stories, London pop band Cosines deliver polar opposite styles of songs, and deliver outstanding results in between. “Commuter Love” starts off with a rhythmic guitar riff, full of fuzz, and provides plenty of… Continue reading Cosines at Get It On Vinyl

Cosines at Atlas and the Anchor

Cosines – “Commuter Love” (London’s newest indie-pop band recently released their second 7” single via the UK’s Fika Recordings.  Led by the sweet vocals of Alice Hubley, the 5-piece band experiments with a little of everything including krautrock and glam rock.  The results – the synth-driven A-side, “Commuter Love” which combines a propulsive rhythm with catchy New Wave… Continue reading Cosines at Atlas and the Anchor

Cosines Video Debut at the girls are

London math-pop quintet Cosines have unveiled the video for their single ‘Commuter Love’. As previously revealed in these pages, the track is an irresistible glammy stomp railing against dreary desk jobs and tedious commutes – something to which most of us can probably relate… Its accompanying visual sees the band all on their respective journeys; fortunately, not to… Continue reading Cosines Video Debut at the girls are

Eureka California, Cosines, and Close Lobsters on Scared to Dance

A new month and once again we bring you 100% new music. Starting us off is the welcome return of the Manic Street Preachers who go all post-punk on us with a nod to Orange Juice along the way. Exclusively, the Close Lobsters are back for the first time in 25 years with their new… Continue reading Eureka California, Cosines, and Close Lobsters on Scared to Dance

Cosines at god is in the tv

Cosines are name I’d heard but until now I had never had the fortune to listen to a bar of their music, that’s all changed now. Cosines are London group, with a charming slant on DIY pop music. Their second single ‘Commuter Love’ is out on the 12th of May via the marvelous Fika Recordings imprint (home of Tigercats,… Continue reading Cosines at god is in the tv

Cosines at The Big Takeover

A year after their debut 7”, London’s Cosines release yet another small slab of vinyl that shows the band growing heavier, both sonically and lyrically. “Commuter Love” attacks with the bass-driven stomp of a classic glam rocker, all frustration and no frills, the sound of riding trains in circles but not really going anywhere in… Continue reading Cosines at The Big Takeover