Velvetine are fast becoming one of the most magnetic alt-rock bands on the London underground music circuit. Continue reading London newcomers Velvetine debut with Lynchian single ‘Curtainsong’.
Dare of the Hog is as grand a statement as For Breakfast have ever achieved. Continue reading North London’s For Breakfast sustain their habit for engrossing musical narratives on 7-minute epic.
It feels as though we are listening to a crudely animated marching band from a model village. Continue reading Multidisciplinary artist Watch Paint Dry brings modest ambition to DIY production on ‘rose owner’.
Nuanced yet tongue in cheek, they offer a modern take on a tenderness the heart grasps for. Continue reading Leeds’ English Teacher join the Speedy Wunderground canon with ‘Song About Love’.
Alien Chicks have landed, delivering unto us an atomic new single. Continue reading London newcomers Alien Chicks return with metropolitan hoedown ‘Cowboy’.
Knowing escapism delivered with formalist ambition and DIY intimacy Continue reading Goat Girl’s Holly Mullineaux offers up an escapist lullaby as H.L. Grail with new single ‘OTD’
Marrying cutting synths and the pummelling backend of band-led post-punk. Continue reading VLURE mark their rapturous electronica with stomach-clenching lyricism on ‘Cut It’.
The softboy’s answer to Genet, they admit, “I’m never more scared than when I’m with you”. Continue reading Joseph Futak demonstrates the beauty of patience on new single.
Late night jams and tinnies in the bath are set in historical perspective on the title track from his forthcoming EP. Continue reading Existential threat via the mundane on new Lou Terry single ‘Warmly, Alexandria’
An “all-rhythm” industrial statement of intent to mark the end of a five-year hiatus. Continue reading Bo Gritz emerge from hibernation with industrial grunge slapper ‘Observes and Selects’.
The third in a string of singles trailing new album ‘shapes & colors’, out on 20th January. Continue reading Californian newcomers abracadabra release a pulsating art-rock/ disco cut in ‘at the zoo’.
An exploration of their grungier side, this song perfectly exemplifies the honest lyricism, for which they are so revered. Continue reading Newcomers Human Interest look into the future as they keep ‘Mixing Paint’.