electronic music, spoken word, cut-up images and videos, deconstructed slogans, ideas and actions
This album is one to really look out for, coming from a place you wouldn’t necessarily expect - an unsigned artist with very little resources beyond a very small cult following of very passionate and supportive fans to whom his music clearly matters a great deal.
This under-the-radar weirdness is reflected in Lost Decayed Love, which contorts the flamboyant original into something even more unpredictable.
Tilt The Clox is a melodically infectious, beat-soaring, politically-charged suckerpunch anthem for our times.
The outfit, set-up in November 2018, gives a platform to experimental and noise artists
On the solemn, beautiful 'Cave In', shadowy bass gathers around dusty loops as Jones invades trip hop territory and makes it his own.
Feral Five’s slinky new song for Spring – with punchy electronics, big beast guitars, and disco-punk beats.
Ever wondered what the story of Squeeze's classic 'Up the Junction' might look like from her point of view? London's I, Doris are here...
3500 people turned out and stood shoulder to shoulder to watch The Slow Readers Club perform the biggest gig of their career.
Clark Twain’s approach to classic pop stylings, combined with several innovations, puts him in a league above as far as debuts go.
a disconcerting work of dark beauty, a sublime post folk nightmare.
After a 11 year hiatus Manchester favourite sons are back with a bang with the first single to be lifted from the highly anticipated comeback album. Prisoners is below in all it's glory.
Manchester five-piece Suave Martyrs premiere Footsteps, the first taste of the forthcoming new EP.