Swelling, swooping and sweating with decay, Spectres' ‘Dying’ is a black challenge to anyone who thinks noise and distortion can't be nuanced.
New to the Howling Owl nest, here comes Wenonoah's journey of a debut album.
Following on from the excitement created by their string of live shows, Bristol's Jesuits are finally releasing their debut single 'Carpet Floors'.
Unbearably fragile from start to finish, ‘Honeymoon’ is loneliness incarnate but, more importantly: it’s quite divisive.
This month sees long-awaited albums, EPS and singles from Vagabon, Allison Crutchfield, Dear Reader, Oliver Wilde and Dutch Uncles.
Hysterical Injury return with their four-track follow-up to 2012’s ‘Dead Wolf Situation’.
With huge synth swells, arpeggios and stabs permeating the dense soundscapes, the new Colleagues EP has arrived.
‘Etherealism’ is the work of Bristol-based solo artist Emlyn who, at nineteen, has already drawn attention from BBC Introducing and more.
Breakfast #1 is newly formed Breakfast Records very own stamp on the current independent music scene
This month sees albums, EPs and singles from SLONK, Cousin Kula, The Dunwells, Beans On Toast and loads more.