The Slow Reader Club’s darkly enrapturing sound is ambitiously bold and equally as rousing on ‘Cavalcade’. The Slow Readers Club treat us to a cinematic whirlpool of emotionally powerful and rhythmically intense collection of songs on the album. The goal is simple, to both render the listener dumbfounded in swathes of melancholy and to also […]
For an unsigned band navigating the challenges of the industry can be difficult. What with the battle of self-releasing, self-funding, self-promotion and then you’re not even guaranteed that your music will reach anyone bar your family and friends, but that’s not to say it’s all doom and gloom. It can be rewarding. After you’ve put […]
We may now live in a self-professed ‘digital age’ but the album hasn’t lost its grip or power on us as a generation or as a society. It still has its hold and its place in an industry that’s ever changing. In my mind, 2014 has been the year of the album. With countless outstanding […]
Tom the Lion is an enigma. This Leamington born singer/songwriter is an artist that we are very proud to have supported in the past and with the official release of his début album Sleep, we just can’t contain our excitement. Sleep is a record that exemplifies Tom’s musical brilliance and his exemplary song craft.
Alt-indie trio, The High Wire, take us on a journey through a colourful, dusky dreamworld of magic and wonder on forthcoming third record “Found In Honey” out 14th July. If you ever wondered what it would be like to fall down the rabbit hole with Alice and venture into Wonderland, then this is exactly it.
The day is finally getting closer to the release date of Bristol’s finest, Britpop, psych, shoegazing newcomers, TOWNS début record. Get By see’s the foursome create a spaced out suburban escapism that combines the experimental guitar sounds and DIY aesthetics of psych and shoegaze with the melodies of 60s and 90s guitar pop.
Icelandic three piece, Mono Town, released their début album, In The Eye Of The Storm, earlier this week exclusively via Deezer. The band having already found success streaming their last two singles through Deezer, achieving nearly a million streams in just the space of two months, thus they decided to radicalise the way they release their début and […]
Firstly, I can’t stress enough how great 2013 has been for music in general, we’re really lucky to be surrounded by all this great talent, so as it’s approaching the end of 2013, it’s only right to make a list of my favourite/best albums of the year. It’s been hard because there’s been so much […]
Devon folk singer/songwriter Ryan Keen just released his début album, Room For Light, two weeks ago, to coincide with it’s release he’s currently out on tour. The tour runs throughout October heading all over the UK, so be sure to head down to see him when he’s in your area, all the links for Ryan can be found below, so […]
1. King Charles – LoveBlood King Charles describes his music as ‘Glam Folk’. He has this certain kind of flamboyancy and whimsicality that embodies his music and himself as a performer, which makes for a very entertaining and powerful performance. There are many stand out tracks on his début record, particular highlights are tracks, Coco Chitty and Lady Percy, the […]