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.
Barrie is the project of five musicians who came from all corners of the world to settle in New York and are the kind of band that you listen to on your vintage record player in an attempt to impress your friends.
Whilst there is the possibility of losing yourself amongst expectations and uncertainty when you release music from a young age such as fifteen, there is also the opposite effect that can happen, which is having the ability to learn exactly what you need to be doing in order to maintain sanity. Billie Marten is lucky enough to fall into the latter category of musicians.
GLOO pack a pop-fuelled punky punch in their latest EP Stop and Stare.
Leeds based indietronica outfit Peakes air their anxieties and their knack for a hook on the ‘Absent In Person’ EP. Recent single, depression bop ‘Hole In The Floor’, engages with a deep sense of hopelessness (embodied by the titular hole in the floor of their room) even as it soars with delicious pop melodies and bubbling synth arpeggios. The contrast emphasising rather than undermining the message, crafting the image of someone who appears fine but behind closed doors is suffering in a deep well of sadness.
The lifeblood of the band, Kevin Jones and Andrew Davies, have had little time to reflect on their various successes between the release of Ivor Novello award- nominated debut ‘Islands’ and 2016 release ‘Red Earth’. For their third album, the band have taken the time to step back and refocus.
Michael Gallagher has returned with his biggest release yet, collating the best of his work into a self-titled EP.
It can be argued Fontaine’s D.C. are Dublin’s contemporary equivalent to The Strokes. From the instrumentation and arrangement to Grian Chatten’s effortless cool behind the mic.
Esbie Fonte combines surreal, dark aesthetics with a quirky contemporary kick on new EP, ‘Cemetery Drive’.
10 years ago The Drums released their debut single ‘Let’s Go Surfing’ and what a ride it’s been since then. 2019 brings us their fifth album and ‘Brutalism’ is a monumental record for many non-conforming reasons.
The wait is over, the indie staples JAWS have returned with their third album ‘The Ceiling’ and it’s the most ambitious effort from the band to date.
Saltwater Sun’s latest EP ‘The Great Deceiver’ is a sparkling and snappy three track number that’s sound looks across the Atlantic and lyrics look into the soul.
After much anticipation, North London’s raucous punk outfit Crows have released their debut album ‘Silver Tongues’ on Balley Records, which is owned by none other than IDLES frontman Joe Talbot.
One of the most hotly tipped bands of 2019, Easy Life’s newly released mixtape ‘Spaceships’ showcases their love of American hip hop and R&B.
The Manchester quartet will command your attention with their newest EP ‘Ensom’.
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’.