Introducing an album with a sensational opening track that naturally creates an addictively rhythmic, poetically captivating and creative realm of appeal.
Nine original anthems of live rock presence, fearless eclecticism and lyrical depth make up the aptly-titled new album from the Lurxx.
An easy anthem for indie rock and roll’s ever-expanding repertoire, Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys keep things simple and catchy, with the naturally infectious sound of GOTH BEACH.
What begins as a mildly mysterious, alluring soundscape, soon progresses to offer the high-octane bounce of a festival favourite ready and waiting.
Incorporating all manner of moods and musical styles, with a variety of organic folk instruments from clarinet to mandolin and cello, The Azure Sea proves all at once a treat for the real music fans, and an artistic snapshot of the times we’re living in.
Unique from the offset, Erica Lee Martin’s Take My Picture is every bit the artistic alternative anthem its artwork and title imply.
Superb musicianship and faultless, emotionally relevant songwriting – a series of moments beautifully captured in time.
From the climate to social justice, history, health, war, refugees, pointlessness, by way of undeniable Gypsy-folk prowess & lashings of addictive, memorable melodies.
Musically brilliant, rising up from delicacy to weight, from mellow spaciousness to full-throttle vibrancy and volume – Coyote Kid are unmissable. Listen loud.
Shadowfields offer a delectable take on folk-roots and Americana with this single. Awake brings through a beautifully contemporary approach to Gypsy folk-rock music that feels rooted in strong songwriting and passionate, poetic expression.