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This four-piece, originating from San Francisco predominantly, punctuated the year with a string of singles from upcoming album “Future Teenage Cave Artists”. Previous singles had fans salivating and the album will undoubtably sate fans and beyond; with leaps, hops and skips into unfamiliar territory. With over a dozen albums since their first in 1997, it …

At the end of last week, critically lauded South London math rockers black midi weighed into the ongoing diss track war between ‘godfather of grime’ Wiley, grime superstar of the moment Stormzy, and the latter’s collaborator Ed Sheeran by dropping their own diss track specifically targeting Sheeran. The band uploaded it to their Soundcloud page …

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have announced details of a European tour, that sees them return to the UK in April, following the release of their new album, ‘Swell’, on January 26th on Big Scary Monsters. Vocalist/guitarist Dylan Mattheisen has played in Tiny Moving Parts with his cousins, brothers Matthew Chevalier and Billy Chevalier since junior …

Self released on July 22nd is the new EP, titled ‘Theodor’s A Don, Bro’, from Nottingham Math punks We are Carnivores, a follow up to 2014’s much lauded ‘Tex-Mexiconomy’. The EP opens with the unrelenting title track, which cut you to pieces with these razor sharp guitar slashes, while spinning you around with its math-rock …

Sunderland avant rockers Field Music first heralded their forthcoming album Commontime before Christmas in the shape of The Noisey Days Are Over. If that vibrant slice of progressive indie pop wasn’t enough to tickle your musical taste buds, they’ve followed it up with the equally brilliant Disappointed. Described by David from the band, who takes …

Ever get fed up of your music collection?  Tire of all the usual indie guitars and house beats? Well maybe you need something completely different. Something unlike anything else you have been listening to. Keep reading. ‘Hear You’ is the new album from Japanese math-rockers Toe, released on Topshelf Records. It is predominantly an instrumental …

The first time I saw Pjaro was when they were supporting Joie De Vivre about 3 years ago. At this point they were just two abnormally mature looking teenagers playing an off-kilter muscular version of math-rock which people their age had no right being able to do. It was weird, slightly depressing (if they were …