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BRUIT ≤ to release full-length debut album “The Machine is Burning and Now Everyone Knows It Could Happen Again” on April 2nd 2021

Emerging from the ashes of several pop bands, the BRUIT ≤ project was born of the desire of its members to turn their backs on the majors and return to a process of creation without constraints. Initially, the band’s intention was not to perform live, but to research and experiment with sound in a studio environment. At the end of 2016, this research would result in two live videos filmed in their studio that would enable the band to make its debut on the Toulouse scene.
 

Nick Hudson to release new solo album “Font of Human Fractures” on April 30th 2021

Brighton-based singer-songwriter Nick Hudson has announced that he will release his new “Font of Human Fractures” album this spring. Ahead of that, he presents a teaser for the 10-track offering, and a live rendition (recorded in Sophia, Bulgaria) of “There is No Such Thing as You”, which also appears on the LP.

Xiu Xiu to release new studio album “OH NO” on March 26th 2021

Xiu Xiu return with their 12th studio album, “OH NO”, a collection of duets out March 26th, 2021, via Polyvinyl. To herald the announcement, the two-piece shares the lead single “A Bottle of Rum”, featuring Liz Harris with an exciting new video directed by band member Angela Seo. Previously, Harris and the band collaborated on “Creepshow” (2007).

My Own Private Alaska to release new EP “Let This Rope Cross All the Lands” on March 26th 2021

After 10 years on hiatus, early 2020 seen My Own Private Alaska return to the scene with a reissue of their pathbreaking debut album, “Amen”. Now,  the “pianocore” collective from Toulouse, France, is highlighting their triumphal comeback with the release of a brand new EP!

Let This Rope Cross All the Lands”, which will be out on March 26th, 2021 via AWAL, is filled with the haunting, avantgarde post-rock and apocalypse atmospheres My Own Private Alaska is known for, but will even go way deeper.

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.

God Is An Astronaut to release new studio album “Ghost Tapes #10” on February 12th 2021

Reigning as one of the most well-known and highly critically acclaimed experimental instrumental groups out there with a respected musical legacy spanning nearly 20 years, Irish four-piece God Is An Astronaut will reach a career benchmark upon the release of their 10th studio album, “Ghost Tapes #10” (out on February 12th, 2021, via Napalm Records).
 

Heave Blood & Die to release new studio album “Post People” on February 5th 2021

Norwegian experimentalists Heave Blood & Die are proud to announce their new record, “Post People”, to be released on February 5th, 2021, via Fysisk Format.

A searing anti-capitalist critique, laying waste to non-justified authority, “Post People” will be released on recycled vinyl.