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Listen to This! Burning House sets a sonic wildfire with ‘Mirror Song’

Burning House's sound is defined by multi-layered piercing guitar rhythms, sophisticated melodic arrangements, and tempos spanning introspective, stripped down pieces through to distinctly upbeat, frenetic songs.

Watch This! London’s Rude Audio presents ‘Rumble on Arab St’

The Rude Audio sound takes dub and house as its starting point and heads out into analogue electronic waters

Listen to This! Whispering Sons sound off with loud debut album ‘Image’

a band that fits perfectly in this post-punk camp.

Listen to This! Musta Paraati offers stunning post-punk LP after 34-year hiatus

Finnish post-punk legends Musta Paraati present their new album ‘Black Parade’

Listen to This! Viva Death presents knockout single ‘New Terrors’

Viva Death embodies the ethos of free expression, DIY, rejecting the status quo

WATCH NOW – The Molochs – Too Lost in Love

Jangly indie guitar pop duo The Molochs, Lucas Fitzsimons are Ryan Foster, who blend the LA sunshine with glorious melodies brining to mind a...

Listen to this! Belfast based Blues Rockers MASK unleash debut single!

MASK have succeeded in creating a unity and an energy which many more established bands can only dream of.

Listen to This! Linda Em Turns on Dark Irish Charm in Two Hands

Drawing ethereal energy from her inspirations, including Leonard Cohen, Edith Piaf, Nina Simone, Portishead, Hank Williams, Ennio Morricone and the poetry of Ted Hughes

Watch This! The Mutineers preview Drug For That ahead of Threshold EP

a rock n roll husband-wife duo with a penchant for country and punk rock, variously weaving both into the fabric of their original material

Listen to this! Feral Five and Sisteray combine in amazing electro-punk collaboration

Electro-punk duo and producers Feral Five, have created a compelling reconstruction of Sisteray’s Algorithm Prison.

Watch This! Clark Twain offers Richard Branson winning tribute on debut single

Clark Twain’s approach to classic pop stylings, combined with several innovations, puts him in a league above as far as debuts go.

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