The five songs on ‘Blighty’ showcase Coltana’s variety and let us sample the avenues they have ahead. Its unrelenting pace echoes the band’s live performances which catapult fans into Coltana’s world.
Award-winning New Zealand singer, Tami Neilson blends her powerhouse vocals and slyly subversive lyrics with a gorgeous vintage sound on the stylish ‘Sassafrass! ‘
New album ‘The Nothing They Need’ is out now. Dead Meadow’s Steve Kille and Jason Simon celebrate twenty years of the band with eight songs that feature everyone that has been musically involved with the band over the years.
London based Bromide’s new album is stuffed full of pop delights!
Don’t miss Trembling Bells on tour this April!
‘Downey to Lubbock’ out 1st June on Yep Roc is a twelve-song collection that takes on a diverse range of American music spanning nearly one hundred years. Along with ten covers, Dave Alvin also wrote two originals for the album.
‘Mating Surfaces’ is an unnerving sound, total in its commitment to a specific vision, DIY minimalist art-punk that speaks to the fact that whenever someone says the underground is dead it just demonstrates that they are just too past it to know any better.
On Horse Feather sixth full-length, the signifiers of the band are there: lead singer Justin Ringle’s warm tenor and lyrics that speak of work, love, and other struggles.
Screaming Females seventh studio album ‘All At Once’ is out now on Don Giovanni Records and is a reminder there’s a hopeful and joyful energy to underground music-making.
Toronto’s Sloan are one of the rare bands to make it to their 12th album with all four original members who are equally prolific songwriters and all still working at the top of their respective games, sounding utterly ageless in the process.
Dead Meadow’s Steve Kille and Jason Simon celebrate twenty years of the band with a new album that features everyone that has been musically involved with the band over the years.
Trembling Bells new album hearkens back to the ‘70s psychedelic heyday of Fairport Convention and Trees, but also, as comedian Stewart Lee puts it in his sleeve notes is, “heroically now”