An Eclectic Electronica filled Alt-Rock Tour-De-Force from Department M's debut
Gloriously inventive Synth-pop alt-rock from former GRAMMATICS MAN hits all the right...Read more
Maxïmo Park return with their most adventurous musical and lyrical album to date
Too Much Information is the fifth album from Tyneside’s finest art rock group Maxïmo...Read more
Peggy Sue reveals her third opus, Choir of Echoes
Back with their slightly matured third full length offering, Brighton's Peggy Sue show us...Read more
Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra continue their ascent into the ether
Fourteen years as the somewhat lesser appreciated Godspeed You! Black Emperor side project...Read more
Metalcore stalwarts Caliban freshen things up on album number 8.
The suggestion that Caliban have become a stable of the genre they helped to popularise...Read more
Beardy American folk and acoustic rock from Nathaniel Rateliff.
American songsmith Nathaniel Rateliff follows his critically acclaimed debut In Memory...Read more
POW! - DARK FUZZY LO-FI POP-PUNK, AND A GARAGE-ROCK EDGE
Hard-boiled debut from San Francisco, howling out at a...Read more
Rural Wales, New York and garage rock collide on the Drowners short and punchy debut album
Named after Suede’s first single, British/New York indie band the Drowners release their...Read more