Category: New Music

New Track: Mo Kenney – ‘Unglued’

Canadian songwriter Mo Kenney returns to our headphones with her upcoming new single, ‘Unglued’. This is the first single to be taken from her much anticipated new album The Details, which is due for release later this year. A catchy little track, ‘Unglued’…

Watch: Gurr – ‘Ode To Oatmeal’

Nothing sounds dreamier than starting a band with your best friend and filling songs with inside jokes; and that’s exactly what Gurr (Andreya Casablanca and Laura Lee) are doing. Now, celebrating their Record Store Day Release, and their friendship, they’ve…

Introducing Interview: Best Youth

 Having been making music together for years, Portuguese duo Ed Rocha Gonçalves and Catarina Salinas – aka Best Youth – create dreamy soundscapes filled with ethereal melodies alongside smooth, sultry vocals and uptempo electro-pop vibes. Set to re-release their debut album next…

LISTEN: Madonnatron – ‘Headless Children’

Following their incredible set for us at The Finsbury last month, and fully equipped with new edition Joan, London-based band Madonnatron are planning to release their debut album very soon. Taken from the album is new single ‘Headless Children’. Oozing the…

Ones To Watch: BENT

The latest export from Australia’s booming alt-pop scene, BENT are a post-punk group in the mould of The Raincoats or The Slits, but with their own skewed style thrown in. In a recent review of a compilation of Aussie and…

EP: The Nyx – ‘The Nyx’

Originally forming in High Wycombe, The Nyx are a band who have without a doubt hit the ground running since their emergence. Fuelled with stellar riffs anda  fiery attitude, the band have been establishing themselves rapidly, gaining attention from the likes of…

WATCH: Petrol Girls – ‘Touch Me Again’

Petrol Girls have released a new video to accompany their knockout track ‘Touch Me Again’, and it’s a powerful visual statement that’s guaranteed to get your activist blood pumping at full speed. The song is a vital, clear message to perpetrators of…

Tracks Of The Week, 21.04.17

A personal plea to her estranged brother, Caswell’s second single – ‘Brother’ – is hauntingly beautiful; the kind of track you feel bad enjoying, but in all its darkness is just so lovely. Amidst lines like “Brother, won’t you tell…

Premiere: Tryptamines – ‘A Landslide O Tiny Robots’

Led by composer, multi-instrumentalist and poet, Callum Peterkin, Tryptamines are set to release a new concept album tomorrow. Having battled a severe arm injury, as well as depression and a cancer scare, Peterkin and co. have now released several records,…