As a band who’ve slowly sealed themselves as big-name headliners over the years, here is an album that simply must match the profile.
Brimming with intellect, innovation and an infectiously joyous sense of abandon, it’s hard to imagine what Battles could possibly think of next.
In a world where most of the best ideas are already taken, it comes as no surprise to find people emulating the sounds of their peers.
As a solo artist with unicorn lungs and production steeped in grandeur, Kwabs lives in a crowded house.
Delightfully crooked and embodied with a heart-wrenching, early 90s aesthetic, ‘Ageist’ feels like it’s laying its life on the line.
Robin Mitchell’s latest offering goes deeper to present exactly what it sets out to.
More aggressive and combative from the offset, the EP definitely takes a ‘more is more’ attitude.
‘Etherealism’ is the work of Bristol-based solo artist Emlyn who, at nineteen, has already drawn attention from BBC Introducing and more.
Alvvays are back on our shores, probably without a moment to breathe and take it all in.
Excitement levels for Simple Things is already beginning to rise.