Chicago-born and current Nashville resident JD Simo merges psychedelic soul, funk and R&B with the blues for which he is best known on a recently released new single ‘One Of Those Days’, which is taken from his self-titled second solo album due out in late August. More »

New York trumpeter, composer, and arranger Charles Tolliver’s first album in eleven years, Connect, will be released July 31. More »

Ivy League Records (Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, The Teskey Brothers, Hatchie) are thrilled to announce that Tasmania’s A. Swayze & the Ghosts will release their debut album, Paid Salvation, on Friday 18 September. More »

Land of Talk today shared the video for “Footnotes,” the new single from the Montreal-based band’s album Indistinct Conversations, due out July 31st More »

Today, multi-instrumentalist Fierro Ex Machina shares his expansive and reverberating new album ‘Processions. More »

Free therapy? Virtual pub? BALLEY TV – a new virtual talk show hosted by Joe Talbot of IDLES – is both those things and much more. More »

This week we announced a new album from New Jersey’s Suit of Lights, the songwriting outlet for Joe Darone, More »

t was during a cross-country drive from Nashville to his home city of Los Angeles
that singer-songwriter Robert Francis began crafting the anthemic songs that
comprise ‘The End Times, Vol. 1’ More »

Berlin’s Pabst today release their brand-new album Deuce Ex Machina, a record packing a punch of emotionally charged, fuzzed out punk. More »

Dublin band Milk. have set about forging a path through which to create music for a rapidly evolving world, one in which they pride themselves on freeing the band from the confines of genre. More »

Today, enigmatic South London band Tiña have announced details of their much-anticipated debut album ‘Positive Mental Health Music’. Following their two standalone critically acclaimed singles ‘I Feel Fine’ and ‘Dip’, their new album will be the first ever LP to be released on tastemaker label Speedy Wunderground. More »

As you may know, some of us are NHS key workers and as a result we know health and well-being is so incredibly important.  More »

Following the release of never see last month, which among other accolades saw her making Pitchfork for the first time and further radio play across 6 Music, British-Finnish artist otta returns today with the restless soul and skewed melancholy of ‘sick inside’. More »

On September 25th, IDLES will release their anticipated third album – ‘Ultra Mono’ – via Partisan Records. More »

Earlier this year Toronto’s Hannah Georgas shared a pair of singles That Emotion” and “Same Mistakes” More »

This song is about androgynous and transgender people who surpass conventional binary paradigms of sex.  More »

My Beauty is a solo album from Dexys/Dexys Midnight Runners’ lead singer Kevin Rowland. Originally released in 1999 the album was mostly unfairly received by critics at the time, but in the years since has come to enjoy cult status. This reissue is the first time the album has been available on vinyl and CD with its originally intended tracklist. More »

Following a breakthrough 2019 for the band, Brighton’s FUR have been studiously working since the turn of the year on a host of new material, and made the decision to record pre-pandemic with James Skelly who, as well as his own work with The Coral, has recently produced two no.1 albums for Manchester’s Blossoms. More »

Australian-born, London-based songwriter, producer and composer Jackson Mico Milas, who rose to prominence with indie pop outfit the HIGH HIGHS and as a composer of numerous TV and film scores including Tim Minchin’s acclaimed Sky Atlantic drama Upright, will release his debut solo EP on 7th August.

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Rather than simply rolling up to the fabled crossroads of Blues lore, the Chicago-born, Nashville-based singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer JD Simo connects the missing link between Motown and Woodstock as he fuses fluid and fiery fretwork with vital and vulnerable vocals. More »

When Pillow Queens announced themselves in late 2019 with the soaring single Brothers, their bruising interpretation of mourning for a lost loved one immediately caught widespread attention. More »

Ahead of the release of new album “Appalling Human” this Friday via Moshi Moshi, Wesley Gonzalez is today sharing a cover of Sports Men by the beloved and influential Japanese musician and producer Haruomi Hosono. More »

On June 8th, Canadian rapper Emmett Lucius Pharaoh shares new single “Motions.

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A distinctive cover version of ‘Money (That’s What I Want)’ has been made available as the second single from ‘Invisible’, the forthcoming new solo album by the American drummer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Nick D’Virgilio (NDV). More »

Today, Bristol group LICE have released their new single ‘Arbiter’ via their own label SETTLED LAW More »