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
Premiere: Jingo share colour kaleidoscope of “Sirens and Vices”
Today we hook back up with London alt-rock band Jingo to premiere the colour kaleidoscope of a new video for current single, "Sirens and Vices". Th...more
Premiere: Stevie Talk’s hazy indie gem, “Pollyanna”
Today we're very happy to premiere "Pollyanna", the charming new song from Costa Mesa-based musician, Stevie Talks. As an artist, Talks has purposef...more
Premiere: Let’s Kill Janice stream jangle-y goodness of “Interference / Smile & Gesture”
Bristol band Let's Kill Janice return this autumn with double A-side "Interference / Smile & Gesture", due out on 8th October 2016 via Gravy...more
Premiere: Carol Cleveland Sings’ new space psych song “Crimson Colored Mantel”
Today we premiere the new song from Carol Cleveland Sings - the new project from Thomas Hughes (The Spinto Band) and musician Gretchen Lohse. Stream...more
Premiere: stunning new session video of Mieke’s “Sleeping Alone”
One of our favourite singer songwriters returns today with a new session recording of her heart breaking song, "Sleeping Alone". Watch the premiere of...more
Premiere: riotous cover of “Sister Ray” from Milo’s Planes
Today we're delighted to premiere a riotous cover of The Velvet Underground's "Sister Ray", courtesy of Bristol fuzz punk three-piece Milo's Planes...more
Premiere: the dark theatre of Noa May’s “Soul Trap”
Today we're happy to premiere the darkly theatrical new song from Noa May, "Soul Trap". The aptly titled new song from Tel Aviv singer songwriter May...more
Premiere: Elwell’s hypnotic folktronica piece, “Let the Rain Come In”
Forget Bon Iver collaborating with James Blake or even the cool tones of our Ones to Watch in 2016 star, Harrison Brome. Folktronica artist Andy ...more