With 2015’s debut album Class charting in the UK Top 100 and Scottish Top 10, reaching number one in the UK Indie Breakers chart, and receiving over three million plays on Spotify, The LaFontaines are ready to top that success with the seething power of their second album Common Problem, out on 27th October 2017 via A Wolf At Your Door Records. More »

NYC’s Charly Bliss add their signature 90’s alt-rock twist to Len’s pop classic “Steal My Sunshine” with a double-time final third and Eva Hendricks’ trademark vocals stamped all over it. More »

NY’s Diet Cig today added Scottish indie-poppers The Spook School to their upcoming UK dates and also add a second London date at The Moth Club after the first sold out. More »

The Black Angels have shared a video for their latest single ‘I’d Kill For Her’, at Consequence of Sound. Produced by Phil Ek (Father John Misty, Fleet Foxes, The Shins), the band’s new album ‘Death Song’ features some of the heaviest music these psych-rockers have ever put to wax – slow-burning, menacing fuzz meditating on the realities of society and devotion. On “I’d Kill For Her,’ lead singer Alex Maas steps inside of the mind of a man driven by the belief that there’s beauty in brutality. More »

Following on from the April release of their new album ‘The World’s Best American Band’ on Polyvinyl Records, Louisville indie/garage band White Reaper have announced a short run of EU/UK tour dates for this October. The band will be playing the following dates: More »

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

Award winning singer and master songwriter Jim Lauderdale embarks on a UK tour in July in the company of My Darling Clementine, Sam Outlaw, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Angaleena Presley, Nick Lowe and Red Sky July. More »

Following on from the April release of their new album ‘The World’s Best American Band’ on Polyvinyl Records, Louisville indie/garage band White Reaper have announced a short run of EU/UK tour dates for this October. The band will be playing the following dates: More »

At the end of February, Vagabon, the band project of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Laetitia Tamko, released a debut album “Infinite Worlds” to considerable praise internationally, including an 8.5 at Best New Music at Pitchfork, who had already championed her as an “indie-rock gamechanger” in a feature at the start of the year.  More »

Following on from last year’s fond tribute to David Bowie, ‘Dandy,’ Ian Hunter releases a second cut from his widely acclaimed new solo album, ‘Fingers Crossed.’  A vivacious stomper, recorded at HOBO Studios in New Jersey, and co-produced by Hunter and Andy York, ‘Ghosts’ was inspired by a 2014 visit to Union Avenue in Memphis where Ian and the Rant Band were invited to jam in rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Sam Phillips’ legendary Sun Studio. 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 »

At the end of February, Vagabon, the band project of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Laetitia Tamko, released a debut album “Infinite Worlds” to considerable praise internationally, including an 8.5 at Best New Music at Pitchfork, who had already championed her as an “indie-rock gamechanger” in a feature at the start of the year.  More »

Having attracted some of the best reviews and chart placings of her career for her recently released new album, ‘Mental Illness’, Aimee Mann is currently on tour in North America to promote it. More »

Pennsylvanian two-piece Slingshot Dakota follow-up last year’s all-too-excellent “Break” LP on Topshelf with two more songs recorded in those same sessions. The unreleased songs make up the “Broken” EP, a 7” co-release between Topshelf Records (US) & Specialist Subject (UK) and its A-side, the cathartic, righteous pop of “Grudge” premieres today over at DIY. More »

Following last year’s release of her critically acclaimed second album and ANTI- debut, “Black Terry Cat”, NYC’s Xenia Rubinos today announces much-anticipated live dates in the UK and Europe for April / May. More »

Twenty years after they began releasing records as the Indigo Girls, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have politely declined the opportunity to slow down with age.  More »

Craig Finn will be celebrating the release of his third solo album We All Want The Same Things by embarking on a 10-show U.K. tour which will include eight “Living Room” shows hosted by fans. More »

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