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Texan shoegaze pioneers Ringo Deathstarr return with their first new studio album in 5 years. Self titled “Ringo Deathstarr” drops 27th March via Club AC30 First glimpse of what they have created comes in the form of the Lush-esque single “God Help The Ones You love” Its a heavy bass led groove that’s almost gothic …

Sheffield band Sheafs have dropped their new single “Thinking Out Loud”. This new track is taken from their upcoming EP “Vox Pop”, which will be released 6th March via Blood Records. The band explain the meaning behind it “The idea was to capture the array of disorganised thoughts that often fill our heads throughout the day. The contrast …

Brighton three piece Porridge Radio have announced another single from their upcoming new album “Every Bad”, released 13th March via Secretly Canadian. Titled “Circling”, the record is an urgent pleading waltz. “I was thinking on the idea of willing things to be okay by repeating that they are, because I need them to be” lead …

It’s hard to comprehend that Enter Shikari are on their 6th album ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’ is set for release on the 17th April 2020 Prior to the album release the guys have dropped the single Dreamers Hotel which was Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In the World on 10th February. “I think it has …

Popped down to Basecamp in Middlesbrough on a Tuesday night for after hearing some good things about Jemma Freeman and her band. The night was put on by Art Mouse Promotions who focus on underrepresented and marginalised artists. Support came in the shape of Duck. Sheffield band who have just welcomed a new member in …

The main man of Pavement, Stephen Malkmus, has just released his third single from his third solo album “Traditional Techniques” due out March 6th on Domino. Shadowbanned is an eastern flavoured sea shanty with a hint of an early T rex.  The use of call and response between the strings and woodwind create a hypnotic mash …

Rufus Wainwright has announced his brand new solo album ‘Unfollow The Rules’. The record will be Wainwright’s first pop album since 2012’s ‘Out of the Game’, and it’s set to be released on April 24 via BMG. First single off the album “Damsel In Distress” is an ode to the wonderful Joni Mitchell, who Wainwright was …

The North London band have been getting plenty of love recently. For good reason with their sixties sound and Beach Boy harmonies. This band sound tight and clearly know there instruments well.  “Is That Love” comes from their forth coming EP due later this year. It’s a song about a relationship going sour. “The song …

Hanni El Khatib returns with new music in the form of  STRESSY via Innovative Leisure. A while since his last full length outing with 2017’s Savage Times and a step away from the bluesy rock of the likes of You Rascal You. “When I started playing with ideas for the record, I thought it was important …

Meteronomy’s fantastic 6th album “Metronome Forever” released September last year via Because Music, is still giving up its gems with the release of the next single “Whitsand Bay” It’s an upbeat piece which wouldn’t look out of place on some of their previous albums. About the track, frontman Mount says, “This is a pivotal track between …