Deafheaven release 10 Years Gone; a live album in lieu of not being able to tour for their ten year anniversary. It’s rather special.
Sometimes, a record comes along that blows you away but for the life of you, you can’t figure out why other people aren’t raving about it. Our man Sam had a realisation like this over Fair Ohs Everything Is Dancing album.
Vegard get a final repress of Bewithced By Moonlight Rituals courtesy of Lone Vigil Records (run by Chris Naughton of Winterfylleth).
Fragile X deliver an EP of post-apocalyptic rhythmic soundscapes. Sparse percussion rattles around brooding synths across the three stormy tracks.
Audio wave riding high priest of the sonic spheres boycalledcrow and, experimental artist and remixer Xqui have teamed up to bring you their debut album under the name of Wonderful Beasts.
We catch up with Magic Sword at the Temple of all Beginnings to try and get a little more information about what brought the band together, what their influences are, and what might be next for Keeper, Seer and Weaver.
Endless by Magic Sword – an album that “unabashedly celebrates its influences, and most importantly of all, it puts a smile on your face.” Read our review here.
Caribou (aka Dan Snaith) return with another hook laden magnum opus in the form of Suddenly; which also contains a song of the year contender!
Ghost Halo release their new lo-fi electronic EP via Disintegration State. It is a veritable Smörgåsbord of sounds to tuck into.
A Situation by Wrangler – “a beautifully brooding set of ten songs that dials up the darkness.”
Music For The Towers is Test Card’s third full-length album and is highly recommended for devotees of Fripp & Eno, Labradford and 1 Mile North.
Lemon Jelly’s Fred Deakin takes a conceptual trip into the end of the world in his own inimitable style.