Kings of cacophony, Giant Swan are back with their first EP of 2015.
It's weird to think that Wolf Alice have only just got around to releasing a debut, but it was worth the wait.
We're delighted to bring you the first ever video from Bristol's Jesuits.
Whether you're sobbing into your screen now you're back in the office; realising that yep, there's only that many weeks until your next uni deadline or...
Midas the Cloud tackles love and loss at its most brutal core.
Bristol-based transatlantic duo, Yard Arms, are a jangly powerhouse, back with a single that recalls The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, or the...
Out of the ashes of Seasfire have risen the electronic three piece BOA.
With fists clenched, this resurrected beast speaks in those trademark tortured rasps, the fourteen-track manifesto a fervent call to rally hearts and minds to its cause.
‘Pure Mood’ is a very particular kind of album, where the initial encounter leaves behind it nothing but a trail of white noise and a half-hearted nod of approval.
Both video and song tackle rape culture and the 'lad' image associated with it