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Pink Milk release debut album ‘Purple’

Recorded in Gotland, uncontaminated by outside influences off the coast of Sweden in the freezing Baltic Sea, Pink Milk’s debut album, Purple, is the culmination of three years hard labour which has already seen rave reviews for their singles from… Continue Reading →

Our top 5 Velvet Underground songs

The Velvet Underground have inspired numerous artists since releasing their debut album over 50-years ago: Nick Cave, The Strokes, The Libertines, Fat White Family and many more have taken certain aspects from the legendary New York band to better their… Continue Reading →

Antonio Domingos: ‘Fastest Piano Key Hitter’, Rise From Young Acheiver To Guinness World Record Holder.

Antonio Domingos, the official fastest Piano key hitter in the world, a title that many dream of owning. However this title doesn’t come easy, Antonio’s life leading up to this great achievement hasn’t been plain sailing, he’s been through hardships,… Continue Reading →

JJ Leone’s New Single Reveals its Dark Heart

Few artists can claim to have invented a genre, but British singer-songwriter, J.J. Leone, has taken it upon himself to carve his very own niche – Dark Soul.  Listen to the single here: https://soundcloud.com/j-j-leone/reload Completely self-managed, J.J’s sound is undiluted… Continue Reading →

Steam Punk Carnival Hits Europe

With more bands than you can shake a stick at, the Steampunk Record Label is the latest collective to embrace all things Victorian and Futuristic. Bringing their roster to the UK, they’re touring the country with their diverse line-up, playing… Continue Reading →

FAIRCHILD – ‘Breathless’ EP

“From Australia, a new group who raid the 1980s new-wave archives with beautiful results” The Sunday Times “Sounds like: Foals, Jungle, Cathedrals” Indie Shuffle “With a touch of Depeche Mode, a hint of Flock of Seagulls, and a healthy dose of Future Islands,… Continue Reading →

The Caulfield Beats

‘Acid pt. 1’ single via Straight Lines Are Fine Out on December 18th “Kick ass acid-electronics…a riot of wiggly 303, searing bass and big bouncy beats” ­ DJ magazine “They’re a unique and puzzling proposition…we’re definitely taken with this gurgling… Continue Reading →

DAWN LANDES {recent Bon Iver collaborator} joins PIERS FACCINI {NPR + Songlines ‘Top 10 Albums Of The Year’}

Piers Faccini’s most recent album ‘Songs of Time Lost’ was in NPR’s top 10 world music albums of the year + Songlines UK’s 10 best albums of 2014 Dawn’s most recent album ‘Bluebird’ won the 2015 IMA  Award (Independent Music Awards) for “Folk/Singer-Songwriter Album… Continue Reading →

Naomi Announces Brand New Pop Single ’Rivers Run’

“I absolutely love writing and have done since I was 13 years old. It s such an amazing experience going from sitting at a piano to taking what you’ve created into a studio, with all these electronic sounds coming out,… Continue Reading →

Totem Terrors’ single ‘Narrowman’ out now!

“A low key, off kilter post-punk gem…” – Clash “Absolutely Howling” – Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Totem Terrors have released their latest single Narrowman, available to buy now on BandCamp. The track is taken from their second album, Hard… Continue Reading →

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