Survival in the digital age…
Bradford Cox flew the Deerhunter coop back in 2006, leaving the comfort of his musical comrades-in-arms to pursue his solo project Atlas Sound.
Coming out of Glasgow’s experimental party scene where wonky acid hip-hop and slaughtered rap edits are regular cellar rave fodder, Rustie (a.k.a.
Fine art painter by day and reclusive Berlin dance guru by night, Siriusmo’s distinctive post-garage drums, Jamaican fried bass and warped organ orgasms have rattled together a signature sound that
Drawing inspiration from personal experiences, geography, history and literature, Esebn And The Witch condense their post-rock influences into the notation of their music, orchestrating the evocative
Starting back in 2006 as the solo project of Peter Silberman - the guise under which 2007’s debut ‘In The Attic Of The Universe’ was released - The Antlers subsequently became a three-piece with
Their four-part vocal harmonies rustle up the leaves of your soul with an audible nod to Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young.
Frankie and the Heartstrings are indebted to a lineage of vintage indie bands like Pulp, Orange Juice and The Smiths, they make retro-romantic anthems full of swooning and crooning that impressed Flor
Flicking through Alan Pownall’s Rolodex will give you a fair impression of the musical company he keeps: there’s Adele - she personally invited the singer to support her on tour; Mumford And Sons