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Rising Chicago alt-rockers Dehd are set to return to the UK and Ireland next year for a live run supporting post-punk four-piece Dry Cleaning. Having had to cancel their recent tour, now the band have announced a return to the UK and Ireland for 2023, supporting Dry Cleaning as the main special guest across their …

Following a string of UK dates with The Lemonheads (read Our Review here), Bass Drum Of Death have now shared their new track ‘Find It’, taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Say I Won’t’ due on the 27th January via Fat Possum Records. The song finds bandleader John Barrett in a reflective mood, as he sings: “I know all the world around me’s …

One year ago, THE WEATHER STATION released Ignorance, one of 2021’s most praised and far-reaching albums. And now, in 2022 Tamara Lindeman is pleased to reveal the swift arrival of its follow-up, How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars, which will be available on CD, vinyl and digitally on 11th March via Fat Possum.The album is fronted by the extraordinary lead …

Though Philadelphia’s Empath have been championed in The Guardian for the wantonly freewheeling verve of their gigs, and celebrated across numerous other publications, it remains that the part-psych, part-punk quartet have nowhere near the level of praise they deserve. ‘Born 100 Times’ – produced by Jake Portrait of Unknown Mortal Orchestra – is the band’s …

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Purveyors of dreamy, transportative musicscapes, Lightning Bug, have just announced the release of their third album – ‘A Color of the Sky’ – which is out on their new label, Fat Possum on 25th June; you can pre-order the album here. Lightning Bug is the brainchild of musicians and friends Audrey Kang, Kevin Copeland and Logan …

Building up on the career of an accomplished artist, Ignorance is no doubt one of the first “headline” albums of 2021. Full of lush and classy orchestrations, the album exudes music craftsmanship throughout its canonical ten tracks, evoking smoky, nocturnal, slightly alcoholic, Closing Time soulscapes. Following 4 years after the last installment in Tamara Lindelof’s …

Iconic rapper and producer El-P, perhaps best known as one half of powerhouse rap duo Run the Jewels, recently announced an extensive reissue campaign of his full solo catalog via Fat Possum Records. Unavailable for nearly a decade, January 2020 marked the digital release of I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, on streaming services for the …

Following hot on the heels of the new Thundercat album ‘It is what it is’ it just in terms of timing but style as well (and quality as well, let’s get that out there), with a new name, Cassowary, aka 25 year old Miles Shannon. He’s got form though, from playing piano on Childhood friend …

Coming off the back of a run of UK shows, which included a sold out date at London’s Scala, as well as a contender for an album of the year with the brilliant A Flourish and A Spoil, Philadelphia quartet The Districts return with a new single, Chlorine. Out on July 17th via Fat Possum, …

Yuck dropped one of the most surprising and enjoyable chunks of music nostalgia in 2011 with their debut album. There was plenty to sit back and get reminiscent about on that record. My Bloody Valentine, Dinosaur Jr, Lush, and even bits of Pavement’s DNA were found all over that ratty, scrappy record. But the nice …