A thoroughly engaging short collection from South London indie-folk newcomers, Siblings. Four tracks that make you want to hear much more…
Traditional Northumbrian songs and tunes brought bang up to date by award-winning electro-folk artist Frankie Archer.
Wintergreen finds Jenny Sturgeon and friends on a dreamy, ethereal set that revels in the intimacy.
London-based SOMOH illustrates her talent on her dazzling debut EP; A Plan To Get Home.
French musician, Indolore, describes his adventure to the home of country on his melancholic EP release, Nashville.
Five short, sharp, powerful bursts of “Grit Pop” from Brighton trio, Snake Eyes.
Freiburg’s pop/punk duo, The Deadnotes set their sights on the UK with their Britpop-influenced EP, Forever Outsider.
Illustrious indie illustrator and alt-rock songwriter Jamie Lenman returns with an inspired supplement to his acclaimed recent album, The Atheist
Next in a series, Sam Sweeney switches from solo to duo with an inspired partnership.
New two song EP from Bird In The Belly combines the urban and rural in their inimitable style.
Void of Light return with an exhilarating musical statement, that creatively weaves together several genres of metal.
Exploring Birdsong release Dancing In The Face Of Danger. Another wonderfully crafted collection of pieces of music from this gifted trio.
Hidden States – the artist formerly known as County Line Runner – picks up his post-pandemic thread.
Delightful short collection from wave-making Suffolk-Surrey songstress, Hannah Scott.
Ross Little delights with a new EP that brilliantly brings together jazz and folk, underpinned by some magnificent musicianship.