The whole experience is one that blurs into the subconscious, those four-tracks simply becoming one single piece that ends all to abruptly. There's a masterful sense that each song is simply building slowly into the next, testing the listener’s resolve for a final triumphant decree of noise.
Having been voted into in the winning spots for MTV UK's Brand New Unsigned Poll at the end of November last year, The Kut's brand new track 'No Trace' has been played by BBC Introducing and Kerrang! Radio'a Alex Baker alike.
From East London come the loud, fast and heavy sounds of Death Pedals.
I wanted to make a record with bite and conviction, swagger and integrity. Everyone’s heard of Snow Patrol. Whether you’ve been a dedicated fan since...
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds manage to deliver the complexity of the songs in the most simplistic and effective way possible...With their extensive...
St. Vincent's last couple of years have largely been defined by a collaboration with David Byrne, but since a flurry of cryptic online teasers our gaze has been firmly cast towards the return of her solo work.
Need an excuse to get in the xmas mood? Well today is your lucky day. Watch Peace's video for 'Last Christmas' right here.
Crushed Beaks are two forward thinking fellas striving for something unusually brilliant. Their debut EP 'Tropes' comes jostling through a crowded market with four fuzzy tracks to be truly excited about.