Fontaines D.C at NME

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Fontaines D.C at NME

The Irish troubadours come good on a debut album that offers both a storyteller’s narrative voice and a snarling new vision of youthful disillusionment.

Guided by Voices at The Times


Guided by Voices review at The Times

This prolific and much-loved indie-rock band bashed out an impressive sweat-soaked two-hour set of short but sweet punky songs
— The Times

Wet Dreams at Clash

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Wet Dreams at Clash

The band’s self-titled album is out now on Black Pop Records, a superb introduction to their caustic, electrifying sound.
— Clash

Swim Deep at NME


Swim Deep at NME

Swim Deep have released their comeback single ‘To Feel Good’, as well as confirming details of their anticipated third album.

Roxy Girls at Paste

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Roxy Girls at Paste Magazine

With a nimble post-punk riff, a gyrating groove and frontman Tom Hawick’s talky chirp, Roxy Girls chronicle the quest to remain unfazed by the monotonous daily grind
— Paste Magazine

Hauschka at CLASH

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Hauschka video premiered at CLASH

Hauschka Performs ‘Talking To My Father’ In This Beautiful New Clip

Charly Bliss at NME


Charly Bliss featured at NME

They’ve made an album that turns negativity into something completely the opposite; a radiant beacon of positivity that encourages listeners to take strength from it and become their own heroes.

Silverbacks at Stereogum


Silverbacks premiere at Stereogum

There was good reason to look forward to more music from Silverbacks. And today, they’re finally back with another new track.
— Stereogum

Field Medic at Upset

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Field Medic review at Upset

Field Medic has confirmed his status as an emerging songwriter of heart and passion.
— Upset

Drahla at The Guardian

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Drahla review at The Guardian

...scratchy-yet-melodious chord progressions, riffs more jagged than a mountain range, mean basslines and their singer’s hushed yet swaggering performance.
— The Guardian

Idles at Kerrang! Magazine

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Idles news at Kerrang! Magazine

Idles have released a brand new track called Mercedes Marxist, their first new music since last year’s incredible Joy As An Act Of Resistance album.
— Kerrang! Magazine

Chloe Foy at Earmilk


Chloe Foy song premiere at Earmilk

Foy glistens with a dark, youthful honesty, full of relief.
— Earmilk



LIFE ‘In The Studio’ interview at DIY

LIFE are stepping into phase two in the best position of their careers.

Drahla at Dork


Drahla interviewed at Dork

We’re hoping to do an exhibition this summer of all the artwork and videos created for the releases so far.
— Luciel in Dork

Ratso at Glass Magazine


Ratso interviewed at Glass Magazine

His album Stubborn Heart is a solemn, at times bizarre cocktail of styles and influences that come together to make something that really shouldn’t work, but does.
— Glass Magazine