Explosive, electrifying and replete in rocking waves, Bristol six-piece Three Kings High present their first album, ‘Hail’.
As a solo artist with unicorn lungs and production steeped in grandeur, Kwabs lives in a crowded house.
The Disfavoured Party's new EP chops and changes with relentless melodrama.
Each month we bring you a handy round-up of the most exciting new releases. This month sees long-awaited albums from Aurora and Emmy The Great, while...
‘Telegrams Elapsing’, is a moderately short collection of six dystopian waltzes, with a slight nod to the progress Boxcar Aldous Huxley have consciously foregone in favour of traditional instrumentation.
This month sees long-awaited albums, EPS and singles from Diet Cig, The Big Moon, Father John Misty and Happyness.
The best of August's album releases, including the exciting new IDLES album, Bad Sounds providing accomplished noises and more Mitski magnificence.
Spectres have shared the gloomy new video for 'Where Flies Sleep'.
As a band who’ve slowly sealed themselves as big-name headliners over the years, here is an album that simply must match the profile.
Bear's Den have smacked the usual concerns out of the park with their second full-length outing