M&S isn’t an influence your usual singer-songwriter might list, but we suppose Isolde isn’t your usual singer-songwriter.
Traams have been pretty quiet over the last year or so — that’s why the arrival of their second album 'Modern Dancing' is not just a blessing, it’s a relief.
The blues indebted sounds of George Ezra's latest EP tap straight into the bloodline of all BBC Introducing darlings.
The Moons know where they want their listener to be. Mindwaves will take fans back to a jauntier time where this kind of psychedelic sci-fi Brit pop was commonplace.
No strangers to live, tour and compilation releases, this one compiles a handful of stripped-back live tracks, with a tantalising number of b-sides and other tidbits surrounding the album.
A year ago, Ian McCulloch found himself in a dark place. After leading Echo & The Bunnymen through thirty-five years of epic highs and turbulent lows, the singer realised it was time to take a break and look inwards.
The rather genre-defying Nasty Little Lonely are back with an EP of terrible tales.
Taken from the debut EP 'Alba' released earlier in the year comes this intimate session of 'Delphine'.
Listen to the EP exclusively here.
Sol Trax's freshman release channels the sonic ethos of the contemporary Tri-Angle records.