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Nottingham 5-piece Express Office Portico are back with visuals for heir new single ‘Forget The Name’ and we’re excited to be running the premiere! A bright indie-pop soundscape of washing synths, plucky guitars and male-female vocal harmonies create a dreamy Bombay Bicycle Club-come-Cocteau Twins-esque soundscape. Full of excellently thought out riffs and unexpected chord changes, …

Sometimes you’ve just got to gut one of the best songs on your album and completely rework it. Amiture seem to subscribe to that line of thinking, at least. Last year, with Jack Whitescarver as the sole member, the project released its debut album The Beach. ‘Thaw’ originally appeared on that album, but the version …

Having made a name for her unique Dream-Pop stylings, London based MOLTENO is back with the stunning new video for ‘Moonlight’. An entrancing Daisy Moseley directed video which perfectly captures the etherial, otherworldly nature of the track, the hypnotic visual serves to give a fitting representation of the lucid dream which is described within the …

If you haven’t heard the new Buñuel album yet, you really need to fix that. The four-piece, helmed by Eugene S. Robinson (also of Oxbow), put out the cathartic Killers Like Us earlier this year; their new single is an ideal introduction to the record if you’re still playing catch-up. We’re premiering its cinematic video, …

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 …

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 …

If you’re working on music whose main sonic touchstones are the likes of Joni Mitchell and Todd Rundgren, you may as well go all in and record straight to cassette, right? Well, it works for Damion Schiralli. The Bloomington, Indiana native, inspired by 1970s AM radio deep dives, was happy to lean into the aesthetic …

Christopher Kalil went to hell last year. Or maybe everything went to hell for him. He’s not sure exactly how, but the Los Angeles-based former leader of Arms Akimbo is still hanging on. He now operates as Saint Christopher, a project that, with the best will in the world, was launched at the worst time: …

It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from New York-based band The Velvicks. They’ve been suspiciously quiet aside from the release of a couple of singles last year, and now we know why: they’ve been working on their debut album! That’s very exciting indeed for a band who displayed plenty of promise on 2020’s debut …