This month sees long-awaited albums, EPS and singles from Landslide Purist, Enemies, Slowcoaches, Bruising, Petrol Girls and Goan Dogs.
Straight off the back of a massively successful Thought Forms release, 'Still Connecting' is the long awaited solo album by Deej Dhariwal. Available on Lava Thief...
November's Releases of the Month ought to give you plenty to get you through the darker evenings.
With a root based loosely in UK garage, ‘Ga Ga’ stands as Kayla Painter’s unnerving take on a beloved genre.
Shoegaze-coated guitar popsters Towns could well be our most written about band to date. Working harder than communist beavers these last two years, we can look forward to a flurry of new material in 2014 - kicked off by this stonking single.
Why change a winning formula? Factotum haven't. Their debut album ‘Knife Gun’ is unashamedly rough and ready, and in the true fashion of their fellow 'Stolen Body' riot-punks; this Bristol pair are doing all in their might to expand an already neatly-gouged scene of noise.
Coasts: Lions Released: 13th August With their newest single, Coasts take their unique brand of vintage-tinged calipso-indie into even hookier realms. With an odd juxtaposition of twinkling...
Pylo's second four-track fully embraces a clean production, leaving us all dewy eyed and full of hope. As the radar bands of 2014 come to light, don't be surprised if you hear much more of this release over the coming months.
Velcro Hooks tease us with the first taste of what's to come in 2016.
There’s a timeless universality that permeates the thirteen tracks present on Waxahatchee’s third album ‘Ivy Tripp’.