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Album Review: Spoon – Lucifer on the Sofa

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Album review: The Jazz Butcher – ‘The Highest In The Land’: one final pop postcard from Northampton’s foremost gent

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EP: The delicately beautiful ‘Creatures of Habit’ from Brisbane artist Aren’t is an exquisite triumph. Plus news of launch date.

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We are proud to exclusively unveil the new single ‘Fever’ from Ireland artist Keelan X, former member of The Marigolds. ‘Fever’ very much has an eighties genetic link with its lush bubbling sounds and sky-high melodies. The result is something energetic and euphoric with a frenetic pace and an aquatic sibilance. Keelan X displays a …

The weekend of 22nd to 24th of July and the return of the highlight in Sheffield’s music calendar that is Tramlines at Hillsborough Park. The event promised to be spectacular and it did not disappoint, 35,000 people a day attended this year’s sold-out event which saw Sam Fender make his first ever headline appearance at …

The world of Martin Kennedy’s All India Radio is one of mystical sounds and visions that reflect a retro sci-fi world; rich, lush, shimmering sonic architecture that transports you to another universe, another dimension. The astonishing layered nuanced sounds are accompanied by videos and graphics that evoke this strange and alien metaverse. We are therefore …

You may have already caught ‘Baby’s Changing Stations’ the first trailer to Affiliate Links’ debut solo album ‘Enough Light’ (available via We Are Busy Bodies from 9th September). A yearning lo-fi jangle with a Go-Betweens flourish that captured the memorabilia of indie-kid days gone by, it was a song that looked back but carried you …

The first single of Sam Himself’s upcoming second album which is slated for 2023, ‘Never Let Me Go’ offers intimate vocals over a pulsing indie-electronic soundscape. Somewhere between Future Islands and The Verve, the track is nerving and affecting yet danceable offering a depth of emotion – a cautious sense of hope doused in a …

Julia Jacklin

Julia Jacklin’s new track ‘Love, Try Not To Let Go’ is a delight that augurs well for her new album ‘Pre Pleasure’ which is out on 26 August.

Ruby Gill

Ruby Gill proves that she is a master of social observation with her new track ‘I Forgot To Be Profound Today’

Berlin based Scottish-Ecuadorian four piece Ponte Pilas are set to make 2022 their year with the release of their debut album due later this year. Backseat Mafia are delighted to premiere the new single ‘San Ignacio’. A song dedicated to one of their biggest heroes in Iggy Pop, and the fourth track to be taken …