Do you miss that free careless summer that was never there? Pyrolysis has made a beautiful ode to imaginary summertimes with the song "The Blue Tit." Their EP "Alotsle" will be released at October 10.
Autumn In June has been bubbling up as one of LA’s most intriguing musical propositions. While his tracks can be bright and fun like indie pop, his lyrics reveal a darker impact.
Their mix of surf rock, indie pop and garage sounds like The Growlers and Cage the Elephant's love child. The Vices are strikingly talented & ready for a big international launch. Their second EP is out now.
Kaia Laurielle creates a beautiful blend of neo-soul, future soul, hip-hop and electronic at her second EP “Waiting Room.” This week she released the EP with some stunning visuals.
Some musicians create from an urge to bring their message into the world and some musicians create just because they f*cking love to create and play. Debut EP "The Flow" from Notts post punk band Headcut catches that sound!
"032", is the collaboration between 2 friends and the bonding of 2 of the hottest upcoming names from the percussive club/house scene right now: Anunaku and DJ Plead. London-based record label AD 93 will release the EP "032" at July 17.
A little garden behind the backs of terraced houses provided the inspiration for the title song of the new EP "Behind The Back Of Houses" from Hanging Valleys.
Apollo de Novo is an Alternative Rock/Metal band from the city of Zwolle in the Netherlands. Their first single 'The Unknown' was released in april 2019, That summer they went in to the studio to record their first EP.
Rising from the inferno of heartbreak with a determination towards gentility, humility, graciousness, and kindness, Rosegarden Funeral Party takes influence from life’s tragedies and spins chaos into beauty. Leah Lane fronts the band with a voice like that of the lovechild between Morrissey and Siouxsie Sioux and her guitar playing has been compared to that of Daniel Ash. Wil Farrier’s bass playing takes obvious inspiration from Peter Hook.
4 young musicians from Prague with a blend of genres from the last century: the band Branko's Bridge present a new sound with the release of the EP Should've been here on April the 5th. The 4 songs on the EP run the spectrum of the band's music: from the synth-based, dreamy and psychedelic, Wailing Caverns, the melancholy surf of Pueblo Blue, guitar-driven, fuzzy, The Rule of Thumb, to the epic with Whatever Comes Goes Away, the six-minute ballad, concluding the record. Listen to the music here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPcLvY_m34I