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Bedouin Soundclash To Release New Single ‘Salt Water’ via Mr Bongo/Easy Star – Premier

After a nine-year period away from the spotlight, Jay Malinowski and Eon Sinclair, better known as duo Bedouin Soundclash, return with new single ‘Salt...

Watch This! The New Consistent unveils video for Rude Boys

It showcases an elegant flow to his delivery

The Primals Release Video For ‘Hello Cruel World’ – LTW Premier

Louder Than War today premier the brand new video by LA-based Alt-Rock trio The Primals. 'Hello Cruel World' is a typical slice of riff-heavy...

Watch This! Xqui, Geiger von Muller & Paal V collaborate on retrofuturistic video

a kaleidoscopo-surreal remix of both the melody and the video

Listen to This! The Fall’s Ben Pritchard and Where We Sleep new single

a distinctly bold and assertive delivery in the style of Siouxsie and The Banshees in their Superstition period.

Watch This! Babybird unveils brand new video for Cave In.

On the solemn, beautiful 'Cave In', shadowy bass gathers around dusty loops as Jones invades trip hop territory and makes it his own.

Watch This! Mechanimal unveil brand new video

their blend of industrial, dance and electronica is becoming more and more addictive

Listen to this! Los Angeles artist Tracy Bryant unveils new single

With its driving kraut-style drumbeat, hypnotic guitars and rhythmic bass line, Drag is a one-off song adventure for Tracy Bryant.

Watch This! Alice’s Night Circus new video for The Show Must Go On

Standing steady and elegant amongst warm, wobbly wreckage of her vintage style, she delivers an effortless performance

Watch this! Babybird unveils new video for No Cameras.

Spellbinding melancholy flows through the blue moods and blissful musical flourishes of the single

Listen to This! Slowness stream new album, Berths

like a mélange of Spiritualized, Mojave 3 and The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Listen to This! Theresa, Vol. 3 by Cabinet of Millionaires

this is remarkable protest music. It is timely and with meaning – this is a voice the people need to hear, delivered in a format they can also enjoy.

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