Givers’ rise to fame has already been the whirlwind you might imagine from a band that formed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina – yet on ‘New Kingdom’, they sound as fresh and young as ever.
Velcro Hooks tease us with the first taste of what's to come in 2016.
This release marks the third wave in a blinding trilogy from Lionface. Serving as a reminder that pop can be dark, unapologetic and filthy.
Bristol’s fastest-rising music conduit, Chiverin, is back to put a mess of new sounds for Record Store Day.
The first full-length by newly-named and shiny Black Submarine wallows somewhat in its own juices.
Hysterical Injury return with their four-track follow-up to 2012’s ‘Dead Wolf Situation’.
Beaty Heart don’t so much bring the summer vibes on their debut album Mixed Blessings as they do transport you to a friendly tropical island of dancing and technicolour feasts.
Beats, Breaks & Bass delivers some choice cuts for you this October.
Delightfully crooked and embodied with a heart-wrenching, early 90s aesthetic, ‘Ageist’ feels like it’s laying its life on the line.
Despite creating a lot of buzz with their ‘20 Minutes From The Border’ EP, desert-infused leftfield...