Month: April 2017

Sylvan Esso AM/PM Spotify

Sylvan Esso are preparing the release of their forthcoming sophomore album, What Now, and have revealed their eclectic list of influences, as well as some insights into the life of a modern touring band. MUNA, Cyndi Lauper and Otis Redding are just a few on their AM/PM playlist, created for Spotify, while D’Angelo had the… Read more »

The New Pornographers

Critically acclaimed supergroup The New Pornographers release their full-length record Whiteout Conditions today. This is the first release on the band’s own Collected Works Records imprint in partnership with Concord Records. The band will be in Europe on tour in spring, kicking off in London Electric Ballroom on the 9th May.

Plaitum Release Day

Plaitum release their highly anticipated debut album Constraint today via Wolf Tone. The singer Abi described the songwriting process of the album as: “Trying to portray stuff in a way that people don’t realise they’re listening to something that’s based on abad experience or Ted Bundy or whatever. To explain every song would be missing… Read more »

The Big Moon Debut Album Is Out!

The Big Moon are thrilled to release their debut album, “Love In The 4th Dimension“, out today via Fiction records. Recorded in London throughout the Summer of 2016, Love In The 4th Dimension was co-produced by Catherine Marks and Juliette Jackson. The band will head off on another full UK tour this month, ahead of… Read more »

Don’t Miss – Hollie McNish’s wins Ted Hughes prize

YouTuber Hollie McNish beat six other shortlisted poets to the £5,000 prize with her third collection, Nobody Told Me. The collection combines poems and diary entries in a revealing memoir that follows her from when she discovered she was pregnant seven years ago, to when her daughter turned three years old.

Twin Peaks Live Album

Twin Peaks are pleased to release their first live album “Urbs In Horto” today, recorded at three sold out hometown shows in Chicago last December. The record features recordings from the band’s shows at Metro and Thalia Hall in Chicago last December. After a sold-out whistle-stop London appearance in February, the band will be returning… Read more »

British Sea Power Album out now

British Sea Power’s new album “Let The Dancers Inherit The Party” is released today, on their own Golden Chariot label via Caroline International. Let The Dancer’s Inherit The Party was funded entirely by pre-sales by the band’s hugely loyal fanbase. One of the album’s funding options allowed a handful of ultra-hardcore fans to get permanently… Read more »

Lucy Rose – New Album And Documentary

Lucy Rose is thrilled to announce details of a new album and a global cinema tour to showcase the record and a companion documentary film. Something’s Changing is released on the 14th July through Communion Records. The album will be accompanied by a stunning short documentary, acting as a fly-on-the-wall account of Lucy’s debut tour… Read more »