By: Gemma Mastroianni
I discovered RALPH TV through Nice Guys Radio many months ago, and they have quickly become one of my favourite Indie bands. I love their groovy vibes and unique sounds. Arguably, I think Indie bands can learn a lot from this episode because of their work ethic, willingness to be experimental, and more. I was so excited to hear that they would be joining me for my final episode of Wavy for the season to discuss their latest record, that I'm in love with! I was also eager to hear more about the Indie side of the U.K music scene.
RALPH TV, from Brighton (UK), blends dreamy melodies, tight grooves, and interchanging vocal lines that combine to create off-kilter tracks marrying pop sensibility with distinctive lo-fi wooziness. Deriving influence from classic artists such as Shuggie Otis and Sade to more contemporary acts like Jerry Paper and Connan Mockasin. They are signed to French Indie label ‘Nice Guys’.