Her amalgamation of different electronic subgenres, mixed with her ethereal vocals creates a unique sounding album that successfully explores the emotions of heartbreak.
Heavy, humble and epic, Fangclub release their welcomed second album, 'Vulture Culture'.
Melancholic melodies that hit you like a ton of bricks. Van Dale’s third album The Visitor is the perfect American alternative album. The Ohio trio have crafted a body of work that is faultless in this genre.
Brighton’s latest mega sharp trench coat donned groovers Egyptian Blue release their debut EP Collateral Damage on Yala! Records and it’s all kinds of hectic trigger lush.
Callum Pitt pairs tranquil and turbulent indie rock dynamics on his folk-tinged four-track debut EP, ‘Poisoned Reveries’.
Surface level sweet but with consciously textured tales of self-doubt and regret, this record is as dream-pop badass as wearing DMs in a field of candy floss clouds.
‘Avalanche’ by TUSKS is a haunting and introspective exploration into the human condition: full of haunting synths, reverberating guitars and soaring, elegant vocals, nothing is out of place on this chillingly powerful auditory journey.
Whimsical basslines, witty lyricism and wholesome guitar is at the heart of Pinky Pinky’s debut album, ‘Turkey Dinner’.
Swimming Girls have marked the monumental announcement of an opening slot on the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury with the release of their debut EP ‘Existential Fears’.
Sometimes when listening to music, it’s easy to get carried away with the moment. On a more amplified level is the feeling that comes from listening to the LA trio Froth’s fourth album ‘Duress’.
Plague Vendor are back!
Glasgow indie-punks Heavy Rapids are here, and you better get used to it.
DUMB are anything but. They are genius.
Ice Baths are a band that sound as if they play music for themselves and don’t really mind if anyone else likes or gets it. Luckily, for anyone with good taste and a passion for guitar music, you will love Decadent Sprinter.
Company Ink bring their own creative flare to the ‘punk genre’.
Frank Iero is back with a new album and new name for his solo project, Frank Iero and the Future Violents.
Petrol Girls release their highly ambitious sophomore album Cut & Stitch.
‘In Plain Sight’ is the third album by Honeyblood. It’s a lofi, genre defying effort that, while born out of isolation, has a real glow about it.
London five-piece Swimming Tapes debut album ‘Morningside’ bridges the gap between dream pop and slacker rock.
The sultry neo-soul-meets-R&B vibe of Rosie Lowe makes for intoxicating listening. Her latest album, ‘YU’ documents the feelings of lust, infidelity and overwhelming feelings of love.
Bristol pop-punks Weatherstate bring forth their debut this May.
Dirty Hit’s next big thing, No Rome continues to grow his prowess as one of the world’s brightest musical acts with the release of his second EP ‘Crying in the Prettiest Places’.
Obscure, angular, brutal, creative- this is a debut to cherish.
‘Blossom’ was a rough and angry punk record, ‘Modern Ruin’ was a modern classic that changed The Rattlesnakes’ sound and they have done it once again with their latest release "End Of Suffering."
Following three EPs, Jesse Mac Cormack’s debut album ‘Now’, is the product of Jesse’s refined musical vision and it’s outstanding. It’s the kind of music you can imagine blasting while driving, yet also being something you could listen to relaxing and unwinding.
‘The Dots’ is the perfect name for ALASKALASKA’s eclectic debut album as it’s littered with a myriad of influences.