Gently rocking western over waves of balmy garage stars, ‘Melted Sea’ is the latest single to be self-released by Bristolian conch crooners Captain Süün (August 23rd, via Bad Luck Records). Swaying quite contently straight out of the lagoon-ed minds of a quartet of well maned charmers, this track will glide hop over your conscious and into the deepest pools of your heart.
Skunch’s ‘Lazy’ is a powerful rock anthem for the alienated and frustrated.
The Night Cafe have released their long awaited debut album which does not disappoint, 0151 is a album full of great indie songs which promise to propel them to being one of Britains biggest bands.
It should come as no surprise that a song titled ‘British Bombs’ doesn’t fizz but bangs.
After an impressive debut in February, Calva Louise keep the momentum going with Belicoso, which is out now as the first single from their forthcoming EP 'Interlude For The Borderline Unsettled'.
‘Break The Silence’ by Sophie and The Giants goes much further than that — it destroys it.
Dublin’s Girl Band share the second single off of their forthcoming second album The Talkies (September 27th via Rough Trade Records).
Poetic spoken word and intricate guitar music make for a perfect EP.
Infectious weirdness from the North West.
Album of the year.
The Murder Capital are a very special band. They see a romance in the darkness, use both the beauty and the beast in order to create songs that have a powerful impact on any listener and will stand the test of time.
Renowned rockers Mallory Knox are back with their fourth studio album, the self-titled ‘Mallory Knox’.
Someone sound the ‘it’s a banger’ klaxon, because London-based trio Glass Peaks have blessed us with another dose of shimmering, dark, indie.
Never have the Broadway sparkled streets of New York City sounded more enticing than they do in Pizzagirl’s latest single ‘ball’s gonna keep on rollin’ (via Heist or Hit).
Having just signed to Epitaph Records (Weezer, Bring Me The Horizon) Ariel View are here to bring you all the femme-powered 90’s nostalgia your hearts can literally desire- with no tears and no knots.
The fun of Soeur lies in the ceaseless unpredictability of their songs.
Devilish music played with intricacy and poeticism.
Sunderland four-piece preface their upcoming mini-album with a stripped-down, no-nonsense exercise in accessible post-punk.