Indie at its most open and unedited, Here To Stay showcases Mupsters in their element – fearlessly expressive, musically united, and secure in their own sound and style.
Acoustic punk rock of familiar vibes yet fresh lyrical explorations – Marc with a C connects and intrigues as this brand new EP emerges.
Introducing an artistically refreshing project of various styles and moments – Matthew Heller leads with identity and strength of songwriting combined, throughout the emotive deep-dive that is Maybe My Love Was Just Right.
Blending indie vibes with pop-punk vocals and a uniquely organic yet subtle production quality, Lielack and Kelaska join forces for the intimate and colourful, emotive and moving Walls.
Musically timeless, vocally recognisable, lyrically faultless with blissful humanity and compelling attention to detail in both the execution and the memories and reflections at hand.
A storyteller through and through, Letters From Suburbia proves himself to have the ideal name as an act – each song takes you somewhere new, both in mood and in subject.
Following on from a string of original releases that are rightfully amassing impressive numbers over on Spotify, ICY NARCO injects an outright anthem into the scene with his superb new single STRESS.
Creatively unpredictable and conceptually on point, Free Mace blends genres and gets straight to the heart of hypocrisy and fake news in modern life.
Explosive pop-punk vibes reignite the sound of a simpler era – alongside a clear edge of contemporary emo-rap throughout this superb collection of originals from the one and only POPSTARR
Fantastic, unpredictable in hindsight and a pleasure to listen to thanks to this creative freedom and the rising, reflective emotion and heart of the poetry and performance.
The sound is unique in every way, not least of all structurally as these various sections evolve from genre to genre and chaos to calm.
Bringing together pop-punk melodies and a quirky vocal style with deeply revealing lyrics – the sort that lean back and forth between carefree, comical, and decidedly intimate – Brett Reel keeps things hopeful and honest throughout his brand new EP.