Previously released in 2008, 13 years later, a re-release from Norwegian Ragz Nordset will astound, thrill and amaze you.
The latest instalment of Psych-Prog from GU-RU comes via a typically colourful four track assortment.
Cause for celebration. The tenth EP from Bleek Noir comes with the wonderfully titled and evocative Pleasure House Bottled Air.
Soothing. Unsettling. Challenging. Brighton’s Nick Hudson gives an intriguing preview of his forthcoming album
Canadian singer songwriter Ariana Fig releases her new EP, Taboo. It contains four songs full of warm synths and plenty of 80’s nostalgia.
Dark, melodic, art-folk compositions from the young but ever-rising Stevieray Latham showcases his musical versatility on his newest engaging, diverse self-produced EP.
The Magpie Arc release EP3; another splendid four track collection. They’re a gift that keeps giving.
Remote Bass is a brand new studio project from bassist Ben Adey and producer Tim Scott. A cocktail of gentle funk, soul and hip hop beats on Impossible.
She was almost a British soul legend. Now Zarif is back with the Square One EP – and she’s determined…
Time on your hands? Paint the shed? Mow the lawn? Not Luke Jackson. Unable to be out on the road chasing his hope and dreams, Luke and his compadres conjure up a set of new songs.
Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou give us another four cuts from their much lauded 2020 collaboration, May Our Chambers Be Full.
Audrey’s Dance, the two-piece indie pop outfit from Preston, has an EP whose title strikes us as something to take a listen to.
An original debut release from new talent Dominic Sanderson showing influences from Pink Floyd, King Crimson and Steven Wilson displaying exciting new potential to English Prog Rock.
Brighton 80s revivalists Yumi & The Weather bring a ray of sunshine to our gloomy times with their Some Days EP.
Night Tapes return with another EP full of lush, city skyline gazing, dream-pop. The London trio deliver five songs to excite the senses.