Today, Sophia Marshall has announced the imminent arrival of her debut album ‘Bye Bye’ by premiering the eponymously named first single at No Depression, where it was described as “an easy on the ears airy shuffler which ponders the dissolution a friendship”. More »

Today, Mr Yolk, announces the debut album ‘Self Portrait’ with a premiere of the first single ‘Baker Street’ at Clash, where it was described as “a wonderfully concise piece of songwriting, with its gentle undulations swiftly taking you to a quite different place.” More »

Ahead of their first UK tour, starting in just under a fortnight, NYC’s Charly Bliss have released another excellent music video, this time for “DQ”, one of the stand outs from their critically acclaimed debut album, Guppy. Noisey, who premiered the video today and interviewed the band, called the band’s debut “one of the coolest, most exciting things I’ve heard in a very long time”. Guppy is available now via Barsuk Records. More »

Third Culture Kings are pleased to share the doll-ridden video for ‘Sunshine For Sadie’ with you today. It’s the latest to be taken from the forthcoming debut album ‘Is That Light You Carry?’ – out 18th August via 100.000/Internet & Weed. More »

Terje Rypdal is recognised as a pioneer of his own signature jazz guitar style and he has been name checked by artists such as Jeff Beck, David Torn, Bill Frisell, Andy Summers, Nels Cline and many more for his influential work. Round 2 Records are proud to announce a reissue of his debut album as a solo artist ‘Bleak House’ due out 29th September 2017 as well as a limited edition purple vinyl. More »

Third Culture Kings are pleased to share ‘Flamingo’ on Notion today. It’s the first track to be taken from the forthcoming debut album ‘Is That Light You Carry?’ – out 18th August via 100.000/Internet & Weed. More »

Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop of Winnipeg, Canada based indie pop outfit Mise en Scene have  overseen slow, steady changes in their group since forming in 2012, but the gradual metamorphosis has been well worth the wait. Their second album, ‘Still Life On Fire’, is a set of excellent guitar based songs that takes rock, new wave, post-punk and 90’s indie/alt.rock influences and stamps the band’s personality all over them via Johnson’s powerful vocals and some inventive arrangements.     More »

Having received critical acclaim from the likes of Zane Lowe, Daniel P Carter, NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Clash, Loud & Quiet, The BEAT, Kerrang! and DIY, and with a string of renowned live shows supporting the likes of The Rolling Stones and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes in their wake, now LOOM have released their highly anticipated self-titled debut album via Silent Cult Records. More »

Hanging delicately together by a shining silver thread, Aeon Trio’s music ebbs and flows from the speakers like rippling water… More »

Triple Crown Records is excited to announce the self-titled debut album from Smidley, a new project from Foxing singer Conor Murphy out June 2nd in the UK and available for pre-order now. More »

There’s a certain transcendent magic that happens when two contrasting voices coalesce in perfect harmony – think The Everly Brothers, Simon & Garfunkel or George Jones and Tammy Wynette. Imperceptibly, they can raise you from the temporal to the spiritual in the breath of a song, and set you floating among the firmament infused with a sense of wonder – just like Sound of the Sirens. More »

Kenwyn House, guitarist of 90s alt rock giants REEF and his new UK psychedelic rock band GOLDRAY have announced their UK tour dates in support of their highly-anticipated full length debut album ‘Rising’, released on May 5th. More »

London’s Mt. Wolf have experienced much since their early days as a band – line-up changes, enviable hype and interest and, most of all, a sense of expectation that has never left them. With upcoming debut album “Aetherlight” set to not only meet but exceed those tall expectations, today they release the second track from the record, and the first single proper in the outstanding “Heavenbound”. Owing a melodic debt to the literate,  songcraft of Echo & The Bunnymen and The National while retaining the sky-scraping atmospherics that have become the band’s trademark, the record captures them at perhaps their most anthemic yet. More »

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