Featuring the likes of the sublime indie alternative track Dig It Up, Where There Are No Words showcases the band’s delicate fusion of organic rock layers and expressive, almost ethereal tones and vocals.
Skillfully capturing a precise and fairly profound balance between the delicacy of its artwork and the contrasting weight of the moment, Richard Maxwell delivers a brilliantly original collection of instrumentals.
Indie-pop vibes blend organic and electronic production traits, as New Scream leads with country-kissed songwriting and beautifully expressive, soft yet distinctive vocals.
Great style and songwriting unite beautifully for the dreamy shoegaze tone and vocal personality of BlvckBvrn.
The music and writing takes you somewhere new, is thought-provoking and uplifting all at once, and introduces an artist with a spirited yet contemplative style.
A welcomed twist of positivity from 3mind Blight, standing tall on the strength of both its set-up and the underlying intentions of the writing. Heartbreaking yet hopeful.
A big day for a band with a clear devotion to songwriting and the pure value of musicianship, unity and expression.
Introducing his brand new album by way of a handful of uplifting singles, Jacob Chacko creates a natural buzz for the incoming project Much Sublime.
An impressively versatile EP – vocally definitive, recognisable, poetic and thought-provoking, heartfelt and musically fresh yet nostalgic all at once.
From acoustic beginnings through explosive developments, Wasted Time showcases the very best of the D2UR sound and creative approach. Turn this one up loud.
Finely-crafted pop-rock with an Americana twist – the EP Pomona delivers four blissfully heartfelt and impressively-crafted singles, and effectively takes listeners back to the heart of organic music.
Frontman of The Timely Tragedy, Matthew Sherrard’s affinity for music knows no limits, and the reverb-soaked warmth and arena-ready vastness of Dream Lucidity speak volumes on behalf of that.