Jack Whatley

Longy – Promise to my People

To welome the summer sun we are proud to bring you one of the most sincere and exciting singer/songwriters that we have seen in a long time. SS's are normally s...
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Wolf Alice – Bros / Fluffy

Wolf Alice are a London quartet that are currently confusing record shop owners with their diverse range of everything from grunge to folk and indie pop, single...

MT – Dear One

We are known here at Far Out for indulging in the heavier side of alt-rock, we love to be in the middle of the of it all bathed in sweat and holding our necks i...
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Max Pope – Gone to Count Sheep

Having recently had the pleasure of seeing Nick Waterhouse his big and brassy brand of neo-soul the crowd were given another morsel of individuality. Max Pope a...

The Roaring 420s – Psychout

Mixing the surf rock bounce of California with the twanging spiralling psych of twisted youth culture could seem like a struggle too far for most bands but The ...

Nick Waterhouse – Oslo, Hackney

After a glorious day of Spring sunshine Far Out were lucky enough to be treated to one of California’s brightest stars of neo-soul; Mr Nick Waterhouse and his f...
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Popstrangers – Country Kills

After releasing 2013's gazing and woozy Antipodes Kiwi trio Popstrangers are back with a riffier and altogether more distorted attempt with Country Kills its di...
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Wolf Alice – Moaning Lisa Smile

Well, well, well, it's Wednesday again and your friends at Far Out are on hand to help you forget the prelude of Monday and Tuesday and concentrate firmly on th...