It seemed at one point that ‘Be Content’, the debut album from indie bright sparks Indoor Pets, would never see the light of day.
Adam French, a self-taught multi-instrumentalist from Cheshire, uses his distinct voice to weave haunting melodies and powerful lyrics over deceptively simple music that results in stunning tracks that have resulted in countless sold out shows as well as touring slots with both Jake Bugg and Jacob Banks.
Nearly four years after first showing up on the music scene, The Japanese House treats the listener like her own private diary in the release of her debut album, Good at Falling.
The debut album from Sydney’s Mansionair has been a long time coming, but as this album demonstrates, good things come to those who wait.
LA-Based trio Potty Mouth have made the perfect soundtrack for when you’re feeling “at odds with the world” in their second album ‘SNAFU’.
The name ‘Self Esteem’ was born out of a joke a decade ago: a satire playing on Rebecca Taylor’s insecurities around herself and her place in music. Over time the humour faded and with that, ‘Self Esteem’ began to echo a shift in Taylor’s opinion of herself. Now, it’s the rather pertinent musical-moniker she’s using to share her solo debut: Compliments, Please.
Sunwatchers indulge in a noise jazz musical free-for-all in their latest album ‘Illegal Moves’.
grandson’s ‘a modern tragedy vol.2’ is nothing short of excellence expressed over a five-song strong EP.
Britain’s best band return with yet another brilliant album of minimalist street-smart genius.
A weird, wired, distracted and phenomenally mathy take on all the classic genres.A weird, wired, distracted and phenomenally mathy take on all the classic genres.
Buckle yourselves in for Blood Youth’s darkest material to date.
West London’s rock outfit Mantra have just released their debut album ‘Dreamland’ via Dine Alone Records.
Dissonant hardcore outfit Starve to Survive share their intense sophomore EP, ‘Have Me to Waste’
On her first studio album in five years, Head Above Water, Canadian pop-princess Avril Lavigne returns from a turbulent period of ill-health and personal drama stronger than ever.
West Bay Playroom – primitive, fun and intelligent.
Bilge Pump return for the first time in ten years with their mind-blowing masterpiece We Love You.
FUR go from strength to strength in their new self-titled EP.
One of the hottest releases of the year has just dropped. Isabelle Brown is still in the early part of her teenage years but with her old soul vibes – and a strong sense of self to go with it – you’d be quick to mistake her for an industry veteran.
On this record, Queen Zee have taken glam rock, punk rock and a whole host of everything else and made a record imbued with identity and power.
Park Hotel’s glittering debut EP ‘Nothing To Lose’ offers up a glimpse of Studio 54 by way of London and Barcelona.
Now it’s 2019 and it’s time for their latest effort, “What Chaos Is Imaginary” and the album certainly lives up to expectations.
The Western Den release their startlingly beautiful debut album, ‘A Light Left On’, revealing 10 huge tracks of orchestral, ethereal, and chordally complex songs.
A name that has been consistently popping up in ‘Ones To Watch’ lists recently, has been the Brighton quartet.
On their debut album ‘Rhinoceros’, a loose concept album based on a comic book written by the band they add substance to their quite frankly impeccable style.
UK metallic hardcore outfit Ithaca give us their debut dose of heaviness.