‘Telegrams Elapsing’, is a moderately short collection of six dystopian waltzes, with a slight nod to the progress Boxcar Aldous Huxley have consciously foregone in favour of traditional instrumentation.
Sampson’s listless vocals provide muffled insight into a tortured mind on his new EP.
Downard’s newest EP ‘Talk Shop’ is akin to watching Tom Morello and Dean Tzenos go ballistic in a basement.
Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES have delivered the icing atop what has been a great year in pop music.
Bear's Den have smacked the usual concerns out of the park with their second full-length outing
September's releases are likely to make autumn days brighter, with new ones from Villagers, Waxahatchee, Beak>, Teleman and Christine and the Queens.
Depending on your inclination, Rauschenberg’s debut LP could either be a wonderful throwback to the glory days of alternative rock or a stone best left unturned.
‘Showcase Sessions II’ marks the second annual release from students at Bristol’s Access To Music.
What we have with 'Inji' is the result of many encountered influences, all set to what he calls his 'futurist sonic mosaic.
You can tell upon first listen that St. Pierre are saying something important with their debut full-length.