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.
The Magpie Arc – a cross-border, five-piece folk/rock band – follow EP1 with…EP2
iamthemorning set up their own EP release with two new songs and a couple of seasonal ventures.
Loneliness, spiraling and self-destruction – Sophie Jamieson shares her thoughts on her new EP titled Release.
Mature Americana from Brighton’s lady-to-watch Hayley Ross. Her new EP, Moving All Around is out on Barracuda Recordings.
As musicians find alternatives to playing live, Bleek Noir dips into the catalogue for some acoustic imaginings.
A tasteful and tuneful psych-folk-Americana collection from Los Brujos brings sunshine to a wet British autumn day.
I Could Have Made A Child – an intriguing melodic sadcore collection from Elly Kellner to brighten up your day.
Bleak times call for bold measures. Lunatraktors give us something to be going on with while we await the follow up to This Is Broken Folk.
London-based duo, Ferris & Sylvester, about to make further waves with their new EP, I Should Be On A Train.
Glasgow-based songwriter Zoe Graham announces her arrival as one of the UK’s most exciting new artists with her forthcoming EP Gradual Move.