“On a mission to rescue an endangered object from a hostile planet”, this is Blade Of Grass.
Brazilian blues-rockers The Baggios follow up their smash hit album Brutown with a new three-track EP, Juliana.
Since starting out four years ago, Nottingham duo April Towers have been working hard to master their craft of impeccable synth-pop. Now they’ve an album to let loose.
Having sourced the crowdfunding required to make a follow-up to her 2015 debut Dreams From The Factory Floor, Wakefield’s Louise Distras lets us in on what’s to come.
Leipzig multi-instrumentalist and producer Stefan Streck is the titular Micronaut and his latest EP, Contrast, is out now.
Brazilian-born producer Terr made her debut last month with an EP released on Permanent Vacation.
A fifth edition of Andy Falkous’s side project landed yesterday.
The Fugs released CIA Man back in 1965. It’s all about the CIA operating beyond the boundaries of legality in overthrowing regimes and run covert operations. Snapped Ankles have updated that for the post-Snowden era.
There is so, so much great stuff coming out of Australia at the moment, we’re finding it hard to keep up.
I sometimes wonder if the world will ever be treated to the same feelings of joy and wonder I felt in my late teens and early adulthood when discovering new bands. One listen at what constitutes ‘the charts’ only serves to confirm my worst fears.
The Hull duo of super-producer Steve Cobby and poet Russ Litten fires back into life with a new LP.