alternative pop

Wolfhounds to release new studio album “Electric Music” on July 3rd 2020

London-based C86 legends Wolfhounds have announced their new album “Electric Music”, set for release on July 3rd, 2020, via A Turntable Friend Records. Ahead of this, they present lead single “Can’t See the Light”, a powerful track that opens fire on side one of the forthcoming record with captivating video by David Janes. Listen to the new track below.

Soybomb to release new single “Breakfast in Bed” on May 5th 2020

“Breakfast in Bed” is the first single from Soybomb’s forthcoming EP, “Sauvage”. The new single will be released on May 5th, 202, and the new EP at the end of June.    

After waving goodbye to the snow-capped mountains of Switzerland to settle in Berlin in 2018, Soybomb have crafted a deeply harmonic sound that builds on layered vocal harmonies, angular guitar, rich synth textures, and subtle grooves.

El Ten Eleven announces trio of full-length albums “Tautology I, II & III” out in May, July and September 2020

El Ten Eleven have announced a trio of full-length albums dubbed “Tautology I” (release date: May 1), “Tautology II” (July 10) and “Tautology III” (Sept. 18) with the Joyful Noise Recordings’ releases representing a sonic meditation on the arc of human life, composed in three parts.

The Crooks sign worldwide deal with Golden Robot Records

The Crooks might just be the band to steal more than your attention they might just steal your soul, a case of grand larceny at its finest.

The Crooks are a 5-Piece Indie rock band hailing from Chesterfield, England previously best known for the famous crooked spire of the Church of St Mary and All Saints but that has changed. The Crooks have replaced the Crooked (from the Crooked spire) as the most admired attraction in Chesterfield.