PS Audio is proud to announce an update which provides Bridge II-equipped DirectStream, DSJ, and PerfectWave DACs with full unfold of MQA up to 192 kHz/24 bit, and provides access to the streaming service Tidal. More »

With three months to go until the start of the second annual Indulgence Show, the major audio and lifestyle event that brings quality audio back to London, over 150 brands from the hi-fi, home entertainment and technology and leisure sectors have booked their spaces to showcase the latest product ranges, services and experiences at the show.
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AVID has purchased a new site in Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire close to its existing factory. More »

Lindy Electronics, a European producer of IT and AV connectivity solutions has released a 50m 4K Fibre Optic HDMI Hybrid Cable – combining the advantages of a fibre optic cable with slimline copper cabling. Its robust design allows it to transmit UHD HDMI signals with no interruption – for optimal high speed performance. More »

JBL is celebrating 70 years in sound with the return of its compact three-way monitor design from the 70s… More »

Emotiva Audio Corporation announced today that two new Airmotiv loudspeaker models are available through the company’s website and authorized Emotiva dealers.
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IsoTek, provider of power conditioning solutions for hi-fi and home cinema systems, has launched the next generation of the Discovery Series : the EVO3 Corvus main conditioning block.  More »

MUTEC proudly announces the REF 10 – the audiophile 10 MHz reference clock generator. More »

If Marvel Comics’ Man-Thing made a record it would sound dangerously close to 20 Years In A Montana Missile Silo. Sci-fi synths swirl and soar over Creedence Clearwater Revival-style swamp rock, topped off with David Thomas’ idiosyncratic warbling yelp. Pere Ubu are one of those rare bands who are – as John Peel put it when referring to The Fall – “always different, always the same.” More »

It goes by many names; Christgau called it “skronk.” Bangs called it “horrible noise.” You probably call it “hipster shit.” More »

Loved Ones are today premiering a video for their new single “One Big Kiss”. Specially created for the band by acclaimed American songwriter Bill Baird as a thank-you for a recent collaboration with lead singer Nik Glover, it has been painstakingly assembled by layering individual images on top of one another. Glover offers some further insight; More »

The Birthday Massacre have announced a UK tour to promote their new album, ‘Under Your Spell’. The itinerary is as follows: More »

As previously announced, Los Angeles based Prism Tats shared two new songs, “The Liar” (including a video directed by Dan Monick) and “Apples” earlier last month. Today, Prism Tats reveals “Brainwaves,” a song that reflects on the detachment born from increasing dependence on technology. More »

Reverend & The Makers release a new single ‘Juliet Knows’ on Friday 14th July, the single is taken from the band’s new album, ‘The Death Of A King’, released through Cooking Vinyl, on Friday 22nd September. ‘Juliet Knows’ sees the Makers and Milburn’s Joe Carnall take on lead vocal duties and is available now, along with previous single ‘Too Tough To Die,’ upon pre-ordering ‘The Death Of A King’. More »

First generation punk act Penetration celebrate 40 years as a touring and recording band with an autumn UK tour. Having played their first London show at the legendary Roxy club in April 1977 before releasing ’Don’t Dictate’ as their debut single that November, the group deem 2017 to be not only their own 40th anniversary, but also that of when punk hit the provinces. More »

Following the release of their acclaimed debut ‘Citadel’ in 2015, Memnon Sa return with ‘Lemurian Dawn’, a cosmic journey through space, time and myth. Much like ‘Citadel’, the primary element of the new album is its carefully constructed atmosphere. Whilst the overtones of doom metal have subsided the sense of dread and mystery remain, the new album is more Sun Ra than it is Sunn O))). More »

Rolling Stone Country premieres Ron Pope’s video for “Can’t Stay Here” as part of their July “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know” feature. The track is taken from the Nashville-based independent artist’s forthcoming album Work, due August 18 on his own Brooklyn Basement Records. Pope begins an international tour on September 28 with a pair of dates at New York’s Irving Plaza. More »

Soft Fangs is happy to share with you his new single, taken from forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Fractures’ out 1st September on Disposable America. Gold Flake Paint premiered ‘Elephant Girl’ calling it “a gorgeous haze of a track, crafting a half-dream shadowiness that recalls Sparklehorse in his most linear form and balancing just the right amount of light and dark for the whole thing to fully intrigue as well as simply charm.” More »

Bathed in blue stage lights, with the ageing pipes of an old church organ looming impressively over them, Cúla Búla towered over the crowd upstairs at The Quays on a stage built at least seven feet off the ground. More »

People Like You are set to release their sophomore album entitled Verse on July 28 via Topshelf Records. Today they share the second single from the album entitled “Thumbnail” via Stereogum who says its “sweet yet melancholy in nature, and the band’s culmination of sounds work excellently together.” More »

On Friday, June 30, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter/producer/instrumentalist—JOSH JACOBSON—releases the second single, “Tethered,” from his highly anticipated debut EP, First Light. “Tethered” bridges together JACOBSON’s soulful vocals revealing truths of a tangled romance, with dreamy tones developed simply by bells, trumpet, violin, and synths. It’s the perfect showcase of his uncanny ability to project his innermost thoughts through a blissful stream of post-electronic vibes. More »