Sunshiny jangle pop awash with Rickenbacker melodies and harmonic charm from Ian M. Bailey.
Composed with friend Will Gardner, Maz O’Connor continues her new ventures as vulpes with the release of Jessica.
Brooklyn based singer-songwriter, producer and all-around talented artist Becky Krill storms back onto the scene with a new album, ‘Little Girl’.
Chloe Mogg rounds up of some of the new singles turning our head. Here are a cuts from Sean Wyer, Conal Kelly, Gecko Club, Natalie Carr and Madison Margot.
ALBUM OF THE WEEK
Partly inspired by old photographs of seaside towns, The Coral’s latest album is a bright and breezy collection of tunes instilled with their sixties sound.
Dry Cleaning release their debut long player following two stellar EP’s that did the job in whetting the whistle.
Second compilation from Warren Records/Warren Youth Project furthers their mental health & music initiative. This is a cause worth supporting.
Enigmatic, quirky, confident and ambitious – that’s the new 21st Century Indie collection from CYHSY
Django Django return with their fourth long player in the form of Glowing In The Dark; released 12th February via Because Music.
Nigel Powell (ex-Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls) returns with a new album using his solo moniker The Sad Song Co.
Empress blur the lines of many musical genres. Their music is full of depth and emotion and is soothing and haunting in equal measure.
Fleet Foxes catch us all off guard with the surprise release of their new album, Shore. The album is a celebration of life amongst plague and chaos.
Doves make their eagerly-anticipated return with their first new album in eleven years with The Universal Want. It does not disappoint.
I Like Trains return with their first album in eight years and take aim at the strife that the modern day offers.
Ulver return with another masterclass in synth based Doom Dance. The band build on their previous effort with added perfection.