After a hiatus of over eight years Cambridge-based post-folk collective, Fuzzy Lights, are making a welcome return.
The Mountain Goats announce new Muscle Shoals recorded album, ‘Dark In Here’ out 25th June on Merge Records
The new album was recorded at the legendary FAME Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and features Spooner Oldham on electric piano and Will McFarlane on lead guitar.
Dave Keuning is back with his second solo album – a mix of dynamic guitar riffs, 80s synth-pop and melodic alt-rock.
Helvetia, the solo project of Duster’s Jason Albertni announces new album, ‘Essential Aliens’ out 25th June on Joyful Noise Recordings
The character of the recordings are informed with warm fuzz and intimate room sounds. The songs are short blasts of psychedelic chill, a rummage around an alien radio dial.
Trevor Sensor’s new record is a body of work that laments both internal and external feelings of exile from modern life – decorated with lonesome scenes of small town America.
Pottery’s Paul Jacobs to release ‘Pink Dogs on the Green Grass’ out 11th June on Blow The Fuse Records
From deep emotional melodies to freak out jams, folk-pop ballads to synth rock ‘n’ roll epics, along with his hand drawn artwork and animated music videos, Paul Jacobs truly creates a world of his own.
The new solo album, ‘Reason to Live’ from the legendary Lou Barlow, is shambolic and grand yet intimate and doting, warmly acoustic and crackling with grit.
Reigning Sound return with new album ‘A Little More Time With Reigning Sound’ out 21st May on Merge Records
For this new LP, Greg Cartwright has reunited with Reigning Sound’s original ‘Memphis line-up’. Another welcome dose of garage rock and Memphis soul.
Montreal based Japanese band TEKE::TEKE create music reminiscent of 60’s and 70’s era psychedelic Japanese soundtracks that wouldn’t be out of place in a Quentin Tarantino movie,
‘The Deep End’ builds upon the acid house influences of The Lucid Dream’s former album but ventures into many new paths. Hip hop, techno, drum ‘n’ bass and other ‘genres’ sneak into their creative palette.
Born and raised in southwest Louisiana, Renée Reed describes her music as dream-fi folk from the Cajun prairies.
‘The Falling’ sees The Underground Youth trade their acerbic post-punk melancholy for a more refined and stripped-back sound that enters the world of romantic, shadowy folk-noir.