Tasseomancy achieve dreamlike state on Do Easy
Tasseomancy - the cooler word for tea-leaf reading - say that their album is “made for the deadbeats. It’s for the seasoned loners, stoners and l...more
Sleigh Bells return with distinctive sound for Jessica Rabbit
'Tis the season to be jolly. Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller - better known as Sleigh Bells - are back with their fourth studio album, Jessica Rabbit....more
Non Canon treads new ground for debut album
Barry Nolan says that his new project, Non Canon, “exists apart from the story we know and love.” The last time I checked, non-canon was also a w...more
Crocodiles are Dreamless on sixth studio album
Crocodiles is the snappy moniker for duo Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell. Their new record Dreamless is their sixth studio album. It sees the duo d...more
Douglas Dare bares all for Aforger
Douglas Dare’s new album came from an important place: “Prior to writing the record, I came out to my father and came out of a long relationship....more
Introducing: Ary
Hailing from Norway, Ary is a young and talented musician set to dominate the airwaves with her atmospheric, electronic music. She further cements wh...more
Introducing: Smerz
Catharina and Henriette, also known as Smerz, have one of the most fashionable sounding singles of the past year. The Copenhagen based Norwegian duo, ...more
Introducing: Jones
Cherie Jones, also known as Jones, is a London-based singer songwriter you need to become acquainted with. Her original brand of soul pop has already...more
Crystal Castles beg for Amnesty (I) on new album
For over half a decade, Crystal Castles have been a big name in the alternative music scene thanks to their electronic punk. Four years since their l...more