art-pop

Charlie Nieland to release new solo album “Divisions” on January 8th 2021

NYC-based producer indie music veteran Charlie Nieland has announced his forthcoming solo album, entitled “Divisions”. Ahead of this, he is previewing the title track, an intense offering that conveys a sense of urgency.

Renowned for tastefully blending post punk, dream pop and progressive rock with sweeping melodies and restless and visceral rhythms, Charlie Nieland has been writing, playing and producing music for decades, with a focus on the atmospheric and the imaginative.

Sydney Sprague to release debut album “maybe i will see you at the end of the world” on February 26th 2021

Sydney Sprague has announced her brand new album “maybe i will see you at the end of the world” due out on February 26th, 2021,  and released her new song and music video for “steve” out now. The 28-year-old, who recently signed to Rude Records, carries the same fire, creativity, and wit of her 90’s pop idols, combined with her familiar-yet-surprising hooks and hard-hitting, topical lyrics.
 

Jesse Draxler to release book and vinyl collection “Reigning Cement” on September 4th 2020

Reigning Cement”, an audio-visual project pairing a 100-page book of Jesse Draxler’s photography and collage work with a collection of music created by musicians handpicked by Draxler, arrives on September 4th, 2020, via Federal Prisoner.

Louise Patricia Crane releases new single “Snake Oil”

Louise Patricia Crane launches the spellbinding single “Snake Oil” culled from her forthcoming album, “Deep Blue” across all digital platforms.

The singer and songwriter’s commanding presence is complemented on this track by luminaries including Jakko Jakszyk (King Crimson), Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) and Scott Reeder (Kyuss / The Obsessed).

Mohit to release debut full-length album “Preface” on May 1st 2020

London experimental art-rock outfit Mohit have announced their forthcoming debut album “Preface”, produced by Marta Salogni (Björk, Liars, The Orielles, Alex Cameron etc) and due for release on May 1st, 2020. They have also shared a brand-new single from the album, the hypnotic “Steady Evil” alongside an accompanying video. Check it out below.

Supersonic Festival to take place in Digbeth, Birmingham, in July 2020

Building on the success of last year's sell-out edition, Supersonic Festival organisers, Capsule continue their voyage of discovery - now twenty years strong - celebrating heaviness in a variety of forms, and adapting in order to stay relevant. Their evolution continues with an exciting move to a new home in the outer edges of Digbeth, Birmingham.
 

Stone Temple Pilots - Perdida

Stone Temple Pilots may have been around for what now three decades, but whereas I can’t deny their passion for their craft and a certain ability, I was hardly ever a fan of their songs with very few exceptions. Likewise, I thought that the late Scott Weiland had an interesting voice and some nice grit to it, but I hardly liked any of the many songs that he sung. Sad but true.