Video Premiere:
Swimwear – Happyness

Following the release of ‘Happyness’ from Tim Derricourt’s dream-pop project Swimwear, today we have the pleasure of sharing the new clip for the single – blending disco synths with sprawling dance moves, ‘Happyness’ effortlessly captures the blissful freedom of being alone.

Super-X – Turn To Black

The second cut from their forthcoming debut album, ‘Turn To Black’ could also be Super-X’s mission statement – their full-throttled industrial punk is a sonic slap in the face that engulfs listeners in a murky darkness, leaving us dizzy and disoriented.

Emma Shields – Mind

Following her debut single released as part of Osborne Again and co’s Stay Inside compilation, Emma Shields is back today with ‘Mind’, another dose of her intoxicating and immersive dream-pop that gives us a secondary glimpse into her evocative sonic world.

Girlatones – Short & Sweet

Today we have the pleasure of sharing a first listen to the new EP Short & Sweet from Girlatones – a brief and breezy collection of DIY pop that leans into Girlatones’ charming revivalist sound, with an added layer of dark sincerity blended in amidst the playful atmospheres.

Plastic – New Hands

Ahead of its official release tomorrow via Spoilsport Records, we’ve been treated to an exclusive listen of Plastic’s long-awaited debut album – visceral, nervy and thrillingly haphazard, New Hands is a beaming celebration of the noise-pop quartet’s most bizarrely captivating music yet.

Family Jordan – Sally

Out now through Holiday Maker Records, ‘Sally’ is our second taste of Family Jordan’s sun-drenched new album Big Grass, that has the band continuing their pursuit of authentic folk and Americana whilst maintaining plenty of local charm and humour.

Everything Evolves
A Chat with Velvet Bloom

The neo-soul, alternative rock, jazz pop amalgam that is Velvet Bloom has returned once again with their latest single ‘7hundred25’, a mournful yet reflective track about the changing nature of relationships over time. We had a chat to lead vocalist Maddy Herbert about how the track came to be.