Maud on Maud on Maud is what you’re getting in the latest release from this Norwegian rising artist.
In our humble opinion, it’s not only a couple of dimensions that you’ll discover through the band’s Colours of the Sun LP, but several.
There’s an immediacy to ‘I Refuse To Believe (You Could Love Me)’ that perked our ears up right away.
UK alt-pop band Radio Laika describe themselves as an “orange and blue alt-pop trio. Ironically artsy, seriously unhappy.”
Incredibly unique and utterly alluring, the outrageous entity known as Richard Jahn has returned after a four year hiatus with the head turning, foot tapping number ‘Private Members Club’. Somewhat of an underlying, whispered enigma in the music world, Jahn has sparked the curiosity of many with his unusual disappearance and now reappearance onto the…
John Murry has shared yet another touching piece of alt-americana, ‘Ones + Zeros’, from upcoming album.
Twin Diver’s ‘Sweet Sick’ is all about boredom and existential dread with a Joy Division-esque soundtrack.
There’s a hymnal quality to R Zak’s latest work Dialectics that gives it such an inescapably hypnotic listen.
Brighton-based five-piece AtticOmatic draw on a wealth of styles and elements to create their double single ‘Jericho / Align Us’.
‘Soak’ is a triumphant alternative pop recording that presents the New Hampshire artist ELUNIA as a confident and creative new artist on the scene.