An album that is both captivating and pure
Want some releases that will give you a genuine sense of 'release' in January? Why not kick off 2019 with a spot of Maggie Rogers or Sharon Van Etten?
With a root based loosely in UK garage, ‘Ga Ga’ stands as Kayla Painter’s unnerving take on a beloved genre.
Channeling the ferocity of their earlier releases, but injecting it with some rather spontaneous outbursts, Iran Iran return with a new EP.
Listening to ‘Minesweeping’ is as fraught with uncertainty as its namesake suggests.
Traams have been pretty quiet over the last year or so — that’s why the arrival of their second album 'Modern Dancing' is not just a blessing, it’s a relief.
Each month we bring you a handy round-up of the most exciting new releases. This month sees long-awaited albums, EPS and singles from Idles, Laura...
Black Fruit and Factotum team up for this rather special split release.
Soak's debut album is released under Rough Trade in a lush expanse of echoed vocals and dreamy guitar patterns.
Robin Mitchell’s latest offering goes deeper to present exactly what it sets out to.