14 May 2018
Now, Now have decided that now is the time to gloriously burst away from the unturned precious stone from which they’ve been hiding all this time.
30 April 2018
This week marked the beginning of a very promising and colourful career for Detroit-based artist Castelle. Polychromatic is a titillating glimpse into the young musician’s imagination.
25 April 2018
Build A Tower invokes a desperate sense of dystopian desire.
9 April 2018
Bryde’s debut album Like An Island is an odd mix of heartfelt artistic exposure and moving empowerment.
3 April 2018
Fenne Lily’s marvellously melancholy debut album, On Hold, showcases her incredible songwriting and vocal ability
12 February 2018
“The aural equivalent of driving along the coast on a heavenly summer’s day,” Geowulf are set to release Great Big Blue on February 16th. Looks like Summer’s coming early this year…
22 January 2018
Ex Kaiser Chief Nick J.D. Hodgson unveils his take on indie and britpop as he leaps into the risky realm of solo work
24 January 2017
10 years have passed yet Bloc Party’s second album ‘A Weekend In The City’ has never been more relatable. 2007, retrospectively, was a fantastic year for indie music. Fast forward [READ MORE]
9 January 2017
Reading’s SUNDARA KARMA have wasted no time before jumping in to release a debut album full to the brim of stadium appropriate, anthemic tracks, to cement themselves as this year’s [READ MORE]