Indie rock anthems rich with warm bass, intimate vocals and hypnotic lyrics – the Walking Dolls EP offers a catchy playlist of immersive, emotive and stylish originals.
Leading with creatively uninhibited, surf-rock and indie anthem vibes, Grammy-winning producer Zane Birdwell introduces a boldly colourful album of originals, under the intriguing title of Shame Jungle.
Story-telling that feels partly folk-like and partly pop-punk ready, Serotonin blends genres in a natural manner, and ultimately winds up feeling like a pop-rock classic of timeless, memorable quality.
Wonderfully seductive in its soulful take on uncertainty and acceptance in love and indeed life itself. Another winner of a single from the one and only Maypo Deluxe
Unpredictable yet well-rooted in its experimental and contemplative nature, Ahead Of Time is a brilliantly unique project, from an act with the sort of artistry and energy once blended by the likes of Massive Attack.
The Escape Artist EP is imaginative, confident, shiny, layered, complex and stunningly produced, played and mixed. When something like this comes along, it’s time to sit up and take notice.
Lyrics that poetically connect for their realness & striking imagery alike – this one makes for a timeless alternative hit that quickly presents a sense of profound escapism.
The two-track EP that is Constant Glances kicks off with a likably genuine drum-line, a rising and falling bass, and a shoegaze-style voice that distantly injects a sense of story and intrigue.
Birmingham’s Tash Hagz takes scene-setting and story-telling to compelling new levels with this energising new indie-rock track.
Kicking off a brand new chapter in their journey, with a fresh line-up and a whole new hit of enthusiasm, indie rockers Jimmy B and the Death Rattles keep things raw and upfront with this catchy new release.
Offering a heavy wedge of distorted indie rock and relentless rhythms, BC’s How I Feel reignites the passion and pace of a simpler era, and delivers the full-volume antidote to stillness and uncertainty.
The triumphant return of last-year’s fast-rising rockers Swami Lushbeard brings a boldly poignant single that takes on the state of contemporary society in a fresh way.