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Watch This! Brilliant 80s/90s redux by The Black Watch

This music is impeccable, it’s uplifting feeling and clever lyrics recalling so much great music from decades past while feeling fresh and actual today.

Watch This! Feral Five unveil blistering Ego video directed by Dan Conway

EGO is a dynamic electro tune of power and desire, a take down and take over of monster egos everywhere

Watch This! The Room in The Wood debunks lies of the elite in ‘Charmed’

Charmed is about the entitled arrogance of the privately educated rich. It’s about disaster capitalism as pursued by the Moggs & Johnsons of the world

Void Vertex announces new breakcore/glitch album for Halloween

There is chaos and superb discipline, there are massive beats and sublime ambience

Watch This! The 1865 ‘John Brown’s Gat’ melds past with present in justified fury

This is a band who is not afraid to break new ground, to pursue a history-informed agenda for the future, to educate those who are indeed listening

Watch This! Cellista’s You Can’t Go Home Again – a dystopian wakening call

Cellista’s curatorial style and performance defies stereotypes and even genre-related pigeonholing due to the diverse styles

Listen to this! Feral Five announce new drrrty electro single

Feral Five ramp up the kicks in new single EGO – a take down and take over of monster egos everywhere.

Underneath The Stars Festival – preview

Underneath the Stars Festival Cinderhill Farm, Cawthorne near Barnsley 2 - 4 August 2019 The 2019 Underneath the Stars Festival has sold out, and no wonder with...

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.

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