Stream: Sorcha Richardson does things a little differently on “4am”
Dublin native Sorcha Richardson sings about the very real problem of dropping your headphones in the harbour on her latest song, "4am". Stream the si...more
Video: Elohim goes dark for alt-electro piece “Skinny Legs”
Having seduced our Introducing section at the beginning of last year, Elohim continues to weasel away at the alt-electro scene with of a string of gro...more
Stream: Waxahatchee returns with melodic rock single “Never Been Wrong”
Waxahatchee will return on 14th July 2017 with her highly anticipated new album, Out In the Storm, a follow-up to 2015's Ivy Tripp that's been recorde...more
Marika Hackman and the Power of Influences
London-based Marika Hackman has always worn her influences on her sleeve, with Syd Barrett leading the pack. His psych folk can be heard on her debut...more
Top 10 Campfire Songs
Let's not underestimate the skill involved in writing the perfect campfire song. It's a fine art. Whether you want to cajole your fellow campers into ...more
Contrasting musical styles on Gothic Tropic’s Fast or Feast
In an interview with Clash earlier this year, Cecilia Della Peruti - the Los Angeles-based songwriter behind Gothic Tropic - claimed, "I don’t w...more
Interview: Joshua Burnside explains debut Ephrata
You may have noticed that we've recently developed an obsession with Joshua Burnside's music. Or make that, we're in the middle of revisiting an obses...more
Joshua Burnside’s debut Ephrata is an essential for 2017
Emerging singer-songwriter Joshua Burnside has taken the time to hone his craft, and his patience shows on debut album Ephrata. Borne out of the artis...more
Premiere: Bristol band Rozelle stream atmospheric “Something is Coming” video
Bristol based 5-piece Rozelle have teamed up with DrunkenWerewolf to premiere their new video for "Something is Coming". Released today, you can str...more
Premiere: No Violet impress with punctuated video for “Petty Child”
Bristol band No Violet remained eerily silent for much of 2016, and now we know why - they were focusing on writing some damn fine post-punk songs. H...more