Following on from the excitement created by their string of live shows, Bristol's Jesuits are finally releasing their debut single 'Carpet Floors'.
What we have with 'Inji' is the result of many encountered influences, all set to what he calls his 'futurist sonic mosaic.
Behold the longer, autumnal evenings flying by, with October's Releases of the Month.
Is lo-fi anything to get excited about? It is when it’s as earnest and well-crafted as Robin Mitchell’s newest mixtape.
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.
If you’re looking for a typically breezy summer album, then HEALTH’s ‘Death Magic’ doesn’t immediately come to mind.
After many lineup changes Daggers And Waves finally took to J&J's mixing desks, and 'Wayward Lines' tells us that they've certainly made the most of the experience.
How do you critique a Sleaford Mods record? A record that in its essence doesn’t need to be analysed, nor gives f*ck what you think?
For years now, Pixies fans have been eagerly awaiting the bands first release since 1991's Trompe Le Monde, and now that time has finally arrived. With a little help from producer Gil Norton, the their fifth full-length record, Indie Cindy has arrived.
Released: 2nd April 2011 was busy for Hello Lazarus, various UK tours, festival slots and a number of releases has shot them into the local...