Genoa-based label Brucia Records prides itself on being a home for ‘uncanny, unsettling or unusual’ music, and the forthcoming debut album by Grieving Sea certainly fits that description. The 7-track LP slots nicely into the output of a label that’s put out material spanning a whole host of disparate subgenres like black metal, doom and …

We’ve already shared three songs off Berlin-based psych artist Miro Denck’s imminent new album as TWÏNS—from which lead single ‘Peace’ premiered through us all the way back in September(!)—so we’re delighted to host an advance stream of the full thing. When we say ‘full thing’, keep in mind the album’s less than 18 minutes long, …

They’ve been building up to something grander for a while – dealing with the mixed emotions of releasing their second EP a week into a pandemic along the way – and you’ll be happy to hear that Seattle quartet Biblioteka are anything but ‘Checked Out’. Far from it, in fact – their debut full-length crackles …

We know June’s been very busy for new music, so if you needed a reminder: New York trio Space Fight (featuring two members of Ra Ra Riot) returned from a long time in the wilderness in April with the gorgeous ‘Fool For Me‘, then announced the launch of their long-awaited second album last month with …

Putting herself on the map with the introductory Hard to Kill EP last August, D’arcy has since been at work on new material, not to mention the experimental pop space which she inhabits. While we wait to see what form her next move will take, we’re delighted to premiere her first new song of the …

Yes please, thank you, we’ll have plenty more of that – you’ll likely find yourself saying similar things after being tossed around by this song for two-and-a-half minutes. Meet Seattlites Beverly Crusher, who today finally give us the debut album announcement we’ve been waiting for. Said album is called Waste of Waves, lifting its title …

Six weeks out from the release of his new album, Nick Leng shares a glimpse of him at his lowest, with the title of ‘My Mind is a Mess in the Morning’ speaking for itself. It’s an emotional sucker punch detailing Leng’s struggles with his mental health and being amazed people still care about him …

In April of last year, Los Angeles-based Caroline Kingsbury released her great debut album Heaven’s Just A Flight (which, by the way, received a belated vinyl pressing in the back half of 2021), and in keeping with the record telling her story of coming out as queer in a religious family, she’s revisited the source …

Barely a year since they released their debut LP, Don’t Think You Can Escape Your Purpose, Canadian trio Yoo Doo Right are back with their second album, on which their towering, politically charged experimental rock soars to new heights. Trailed by two singles earlier in the year – one of them a whopping 17 minutes …

Last year, the Phoenix-based ‘avant-pop’ project Astrologer (led by Drew Cline) made their debut with the riveting Legerdemain (L) EP, and today they’re announcing the complementary 6-song set that makes up the band’s second release. It’s out next month, and to coincide with the announcement they’re sharing three-part lead track ‘Détente’, which features vocal contributions …