The self-styled Shirley Temple of the North follows up the infectious, yet vulnerable, Reinvent with another glorious, toe-tapping ode to imperfection.
The Matlock trio are harnessing the power of their disco infused funk to help raise money for the Corona Virus Relief Fund.
The Birds Of Late December is the sound of curling up on the couch, by the fire on a cold October night. Probably whilst watching a Wes Anderson film.
New Zealand’s reigning queen of Goth pop So Below returns with the delightfully dark ‘Far’ and with it she brings this stunning visual.
If ever a band name was the absolute antithesis of the music they create, it’s Bad Sounds. Far from displeasurable dins, this Bath based five-tet make a rather agreeable array of aural pleasure.
You might know Welsh electro-pop artist Violet Skies from her appearance on the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury, or perhaps her mighty late-2013 single ‘How The Mighty.’ Across the past year she’s been working on new material and what she’s emerged with is something a bit more restrained and much like many of her female…
LA has produced some great musicians who like to toy with the fabric of genres. Yes, Flying Lotus is one of them, mashing together jazz and hip hop into a blend that’s hard to resist. But very few artists from there tackle pure funk and you usually have to look elsewhere to get that fix….
Image: Derrick Belcham Fans of atmospheric ambient music rejoice! Queen of all things epic Julianna Barwick is back with a new album, Will, which is out soon and it can’t come too soon after the release of her last LP Nepenthe. As most fans of Barwick will know, she spends much of her time touring…
If you’ve ever heard of Charlie Cunningham before you’ll know that despite looking like an R&B star in the making, he’s actually a dab hand at the Spanish guitar. How? He spent time studying in Seville, which has made him a finger picking master, something he put to great use on his first two EPs….
Some people complain a bit about the immense amount of genres in the world today. But variety is the spice of life, right? Besides, it means that bands like Enemy Planes can make up their own genre. And they have, kind of. They call their music “tripnotic” and, considering their track ‘Bare Your Teeth’ sounds…