Edinburgh based artist Andy Thomson – aka Fuzzystar – creates off-kilter indie pop filled with rich lyrical storytelling and lo-fi melodies.
Brooklyn’s Vassals have just released their fantastic EP, Halogen Days. You can listen in full via the band’s Bandcamp.
Edinburgh-based artist Mt. Doubt aka Leo Bargery has teamed up with Dunfermline rockers Foreignfox for the release of AA-side single Tourists / Lights Off, Carry Me Home, out now via Scottish Fiction.
Having just released their self-titled debut album, Brighton-based band Army Of Bones have been gradually building quite a reputation for their engaging live shows.
AR Ferdinand‘s forthcoming album Wild Fiction is due out 31 March.
Edinburgh-based electro-pop artist Emilie releases her soaring, atmospheric new single Never Enough on 10th March via Depot Records.
Today’s Life is Like a Box of Records is with Willem Smit, of Dutch four-piece Canshaker Pi.
Our next Life Is Like a Box of Records comes from the new electronica collective DYVR.
After the success of psychedelic folk outfit The Migrant, frontman Bjarke Bendtsen is ready to transcend furthermore into electronic folk-rock territory with the release of his latest project Rainbrother’s debut album Tales From The Drought, out on 3rd February 2017 via General Bird.
We welcome London duo Tokyo Taboo to talk us through the records that have meant the most to them. Tokyo Taboo’s debut album 6th Street Psychosis is out 24th March 2017 via TT Records. The album features ten tenacious, in-your-face tracks that combine the band’s rock and pop punk influences. Watch their latest video for ‘Self Sabotage’ here. ‘Fever’ – Peggy Lee Dolly:…