Towns – ‘Young At Heart’ | Single Review

Shoegaze-coated guitar popsters Towns could well be our most written about band to date. Working harder than communist beavers these last two years, we can look forward to a flurry of new material in 2014 - kicked off by this stonking single.

Giant Swan ‘Self-Titled’ | EP Review

Kings of cacophony, Giant Swan are back with their first EP of 2015.

Jesuits ‘Dinner Jazz’ | Video Premiere

We're delighted to bring you the first ever video from Bristol's Jesuits.

Acts To Get Excited About For 2016

Whether you're sobbing into your screen now you're back in the office; realising that yep, there's only that many weeks until your next uni deadline or...

Jack Cookson ‘Revolt & Resolve’ | Album Review

Plymouth-based folk musician Jack Cookson is back with his eight-track debut album, ‘Revolt & Resolve’.

Oliver Wilde ‘Red Tide Opal In The Loose End Womb’ |...

With its larger sound, further prevalence of stings and even closer vocals, ‘Red Tide’s richness makes for something deeply opiate — gorgeous, life-affirming headphone music to share your life with.

Colleagues ‘Visits’ | EP Review

With huge synth swells, arpeggios and stabs permeating the dense soundscapes, the new Colleagues EP has arrived.

First Look: Fuzzy Plums – ‘Headbutt’

Hear the debut single from Bristol's Fuzzy Plums.

Chapel Club – ‘All The Eastern Girls’ | Single Review

Chapel Club follow up their appearance on the NME’s new band tour by releasing their third single of the year. Their lack of seeming...

Tamu Massif ‘A Fate Much Worse’ | Single Review

Simplicity does not necessarily denote a lack of substance; Tamu Massif proves this with his second single.

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