McKenzie Jasper takes his listener on a nostalgic journey through earthy indie folk rock textures on glowing single, ‘Children of the Sun’.
Roofers Union might well be the slickest indie-gloss-psych act to come out of New York (New Yoooooork) right now. A band of four, their latest single Tortugas sounds a bit like if Ezra Furman were to be commissioned by Animal Crossing to make music for millennial children’s television.
CLEWS is the fresh-faced project of Australian sisters Lily and Grace Richardson that brims with shout at the top of your lungs choruses and hooks of the chugg-iest degree of grand.
Her amalgamation of different electronic subgenres, mixed with her ethereal vocals creates a unique sounding album that successfully explores the emotions of heartbreak.
It’s been two years since Seattle trio Dude York put out an album, and for the past couple of months they have been teasing us with songs to tide us over until the big release. The third single to be put out into the world is ‘Should’ve’.
WARNING: This make cause explosion of the brain and broken neck due to headbanging and monstrous riffing.
Twin Dive’s latest release ‘Animal’ is a hefty slice of dark and gloomy sludge alternative rock.
Heavy, humble and epic, Fangclub release their welcomed second album, 'Vulture Culture'.
Sinead O’Brien is taking no time Taking on Time with her genre-less nightmare of Irish spoken word that’s reminiscent of being lectured by an adult who remains calmly controlled when angry.
If all the Aussie ‘hip’ groovers and lovers fuzz-ed reptile synth scuzz were to hypothetically be flipped upside down and then travel North for a while their first point of call beyond the fields of cows and Travelodge’s would be to say hello to Birmingham’s The Lizards.
Swedish singer-songwriter Emma Elisabeth won’t let anything get in the way of love on reflective folk and country rock infused single, ‘Cavalry’.
The UK is churning out punk-style guitar bands left, right and centre, and if you’re digging this uprising then you need to check out Grey Hairs new single ‘Tory Nurse’.
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.
Only Sun celebrate the announcement of their biggest tour yet with the release of the feel-good hit of the summer ‘It’ll Be Alright’.
Moglii teams up with NOVAA once more for vibrant new single, ‘Lone Wolf’ out now via Humming Records.
The World Will Keep Spinning Around, the latest single off of the debut EP from the 60’s inspired darling John Myrtle (to be released on Sad Club Records July 26th) is the most wholesome depiction of tender British psychedelia and fretted lushness to ever kiss your ears and heart.
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.
Released simultaneously with the BBC Three debut of her documentary, Underestimate the Girl, Kate Nash, has released new firey single ‘Bad Lieutenant’.