Creeping in as one of the best releases of the year so far, one of Howling Owl’s more recent signings slide their understated debut album ‘Tiny Island’ under your nose as if to say “well?”.
Bella Loka's Escape EP is a kinetic, effervescent collection of pop songs for the indie generation.
Fires may have spent the last couple of years tweaking their sound — but new EP 'Fires' hears them truly find their own blues-indebted angle.
If you’re a fan of Daughter, Banks, or if life still holds any meaning at all — wrap your ears around some ‘Lovechild’.
Bristol-via-Reading Americana four-piece Tail Feather are taking us back to 1973 with their self-titled EP, released on 1st October.
The latest offering from The Minke Whales is a bittersweet affair, taking you through the humdrum reality of life by way of tender Scottish vocals.
This release marks the third wave in a blinding trilogy from Lionface. Serving as a reminder that pop can be dark, unapologetic and filthy.
The Bronze Medal have finally dropped their brutally beautiful debut album.
United Ghosts have trimmed the fat since last years debut - 'Dear Electric Sun' brings a smokey blend of honeyed vocal cords, loose riffs and crispy synths.
Listening to Imogen Heap has always been an ethereal experience, and her fourth album 'Sparks' is no different.