chamber pop

Tiny Fighter to release new EP “Tell Me” on April 26th 2019

Swedish-Australian indie pop outfit Tiny Fighter have announced their new “Tell Me” EP, to be released on April, 26th, 2019, via Stockholm-based label Bay Terrace Records.

Ahead of that, they are previewing the title track, which features stunning deadpan vocals from frontwoman Therese Karlsson. Check out the video below.

Rhys Marsh to release new studio album “October After All” on February 22nd 2019

Karisma Records have revealed details of the third full-length album from singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Rhys Marsh, as well as a video for a track from the album. Titled “October After All”, the album is set for release on February 22nd, 2019.

Soybomb release music video for new single “Cold Light”

Soybomb take us to the swimming pool with their third single “Cold Light”. Not only the homeliest of feelings are paid homage to in this heart-warming slow jam. What if loneliness creeps into the excitement of Berlin?

“Cold Light” offers drowsy introspection into the drag of a day in the big city, which thanks to curiosity, youthful restlessness, and spontaneous laughter may peak in fleeting feet dancing in the dark.

Polly Panic to release new studio album “Losing Form” on November 20th 2018

Cello-shredding rock siren Polly Panic is back with her third studio album “Losing Form”, to be released on CD and digitally on November 20th, 2018, via Write Hook Records.

This is Polly Panic's first album in six years, following “Fragment” (2012) and “Painkiller” (2006).

Polly Panic is Jenette Mackie, who wrote and recorded the 10 songs comprising this album in 2016-2017, sandwiching the process around time spent rehearsing and touring both coasts with her cello-driven band Rasputina, founded by Melora Creager and formerly including Zoë Keating and Julia Kent.

Max Ater to release new EP “Small Town” on October 12th 2018

Born and raised on the coast of Southern Maine, 25 year-old pop/country phenomenon Max Ater has quickly taken New England by storm with his powerful voice and lyrics. No stranger to the stage, Max spent his teenage years honing his skills at open mics, community theatre, and at fairs and festivals throughout the state.

In 2012, he gained state-wide attention for his performance at “Maine’s Got Talent!” scoring first place with an original song. With the support of friends and family, Max took his original music throughout New England and quickly built a loyal fanbase.

Ruen releases new single “What I Need”

Ruen is the artistic project of producer-songwriter Rhiannon Mair, curating a sound that’s best described as PJ Harvey meets the Yeah Yeah Yeahs after a heavy night out accidentally sleeping with your ex.

No stranger to the music industry, Rhiannon has spent her working life as a producer songwriter for some of the U.K’s strongest new indie talent. Working with the likes of Laura Marling, Bryde, Emma McGrath, DIDI and Kimberly Anne, has cemented her as a tour de force of production & engineering in the U.K. Working from her home studio in Margate, Ruen has managed to thrive as an LGBTQ+ artist & creator, in an industry as male dominated as music production & engineering.

Advance Base to release new studio album “Animal Companionship” on September 21st 2018

Advance Base has announced a new album titled “Animal Companionship”, with the album opener and lead single, “True Love Death Dream” - check it out below.

“Animal Companionship” is available for pre-order here and it will be released on September 21st, 2018, via Run For Cover and Ashworth's own Orindal Records.

Amanda Mair signs worldwide record and publishing deal with Despotz Records

Amanda Mair made a big breakthrough when she launched her eponymous debut album at the age of 17 and was acclaimed by media such as Washington Post, Sunday Times, Time Out, Guardian, NME, Nylon Magazine etc. Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet described the album as one of the best Swedish debut albums of all time.

The album was followed up by two years of touring in Germany, England, China, India, Spain and France.