This guide aims to provide a backbone of the sets we feel are unmissable. Continue reading The Great Escape Festival: Hard Of Hearing ones to watch guide.
Biting guitars, swelling synths and crisscrossing vocals, feat: experimentalists Mandy, Indiana. Continue reading Regressive Left share the pulsating ‘Bad Faith’ and announce debut EP.
In its repetition and near hip-hop strut the listener is unable to let go. Continue reading Quade share experimental cut ‘Spiral II’, a lesson in fruitful minimalism.
The South coast natives return with a hard-hitting video. Continue reading Holiday Ghosts share ‘Credit Note’, an upbeat first taste of their summer EP.
The trio (ex-Ought/ US Girls) release their fourth single from their debut LP. Continue reading ‘Degree’ is the turbulent new cut by Cola, taken from their debut album.
Live sets from Blue Bendy, Fake Turins, Speedboat and Mewn. Continue reading Hard Of Hearing head to Brighton with a new music stage at Presuming Ed.
Their new single is a direct response to Britain’s current economic climate. Continue reading Saloon Dion mirror societal frustration on ‘Pressure’.
A tightrope of groove and chaos from the Amsterdam septet. Continue reading Personal Trainer unveil the groove-led chaos of ‘Rug Busters’ ahead of UK tour.
Buried in mid-century rock, intertwined with surf and psychedelia. Continue reading Brighton’s Trip Westerns share 60’s-infused psych debut ‘Free Mind’.
Just another chip off the old block or a 21st century mini-monster? Continue reading KEG share the comedic rant of ‘Kids’ and announce new EP ‘Gilders’.
Recalling the DIY spirit of post-punk from the basement of a Brooklyn dive bar. Continue reading Brooklyn trio Pamphlets offer knotted post-punk gem ‘Flowers’.
Oozing positive energy and a spiritual, off-kilter edge. Continue reading Sinead O’Brien shares ‘There Are Good Times Coming’ ahead of debut album.