Oliver Wilde ‘Red Tide Opal In The Loose End Womb’ |...

With its larger sound, further prevalence of stings and even closer vocals, ‘Red Tide’s richness makes for something deeply opiate — gorgeous, life-affirming headphone music to share your life with.

Beats, Breaks & Bass | November

Sharing a handful of their favourite tracks each month, right here on BLM.

Foals ‘What Went Down’ | Album Review

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.

Dot To Dot 2016 | Preview

Look back on Dot To Dot posters of old and you’ll see many young bands who’ve since achieved great things. The festival has always...

Eagulls – Self Titled | Album Review

Leeds four-piece, Eagulls, have been making waves both in and out of the music scene.

The Black Keys ‘Turn Blue’ | Album Review

Turn Blue is mellower than its forebears, with winding melodies and a blunt edge of psychedelia rounding off their typical style of ramshackle rock and roll.

Hysterical Injury ‘Blood Burst’ | EP Review

Hysterical Injury return with their four-track follow-up to 2012’s ‘Dead Wolf Situation’.

Beats, Breaks & Bass | February

Sharing a handful of their favourite tracks each month, right here on BLM.

First Listen | The Dolce Vita – Education Trip

Dip into the psychedelic brilliance of London's The Dolce Vita.

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Another jam-packed week of releases as we really start to get in the mood for summer. Get your shorts on, get out in this...

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