Stalwart Scottish DIY label Armellodie has turned 10 years old! A feat for any independent and one that founder Al Nero has worked tirelessly to keep going.
Set to release their new album, The Seeds Inside (The Grapes Upon The Vine), on 15th September, South London’s The Bara Bara Band effortlessly blend the new with the old to create a cocktail of feel-good folk.
The Virginia based folk-rock trio The Anatomy of Frank explore nostalgia, relationships and mortality with the release of their latest album South America, out on 1st September 2017 via Polar Islands.
Having released her debut EP Same Stuff last year, Bristol-based artist Emily Magpie is set to share her enchanting new single ‘The Witching Hour’ on 26th May 2017.
With their explosive fourth album, Scottish band Fat Goth deliver 3o minutes of fast-paced, high octane rock. Enorme! is out now via Hefty Dafty Records.
Singer-songwriter Gallery 47 aka Jack Peachey returns with with another delicately weaved collection of captivating alt-folk tracks on his latest EP Bad Production, out on 5th May 2017 via Bad Production Records. Jack has shared his most influential tracks with us for this week’s Life Is Like A Box Of Records… Fake Plastic Trees by Radiohead – “When I was 13,…
Irish singer-songwriter Maria Kelly returns with her most poignant and honest release to date. Her debut EP The Things I Should, out on 19th May 2017 via Veta Records, is a stunning collection of emotionally gripping tracks performed with purity and grace. Maria has been kind enough to share her 10 most influential tracks for this week’s Life Is Like A…
Ferocious four-piece The Nyx are about to explode into 2017 with the release of their debut self-titled EP, out on 21st April 2017 via Rumours Music.
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.