Sebastian Straw to release debut solo album “Welcome Yesterday” on October 18th 2019

Straddling the fine line between indie rock and Britpop, Sebastian Straw presents his new single “My Friend”, a catchy song that foreshadows the album “Welcome Yesterday”, to be released in mid-October via Seahorse Recordings.

His lyrics are both emotional and serious. “My Friend” tells the story of a  dear and trusted comrade - both humble and  stubborn, vying to face his  difficulties alone, silently declining any help from his friends.

The Swagger presents music video for new single “Heart ‘n’ Soul”

London outfit The Swagger presents their bold new single “Heart ‘n’ Soul”, which is set for release on August 31st, 2018.

Ahead of this, the band are previewing their new video, which features a surprising story line and unexpected ending, cloaked in dark humour.

Check out the video for “Heart ‘n’ Soul” below.

Max And The Stereo Films release music video for new single “Golden Gaze”

“Golden Gaze” is the brand new single from Max And The Stereo Films, taken from the band's brand new album “The Cow Divorced Me”.

Hailing from Kaliningrad, Russia, “Golden Gaze” was a hit single for Ian Brown and this exciting new version features Angus Wallace (Prodigy), who added his programming along with Mike Bennett (Wishbone Ash, Alan Keary, Intastella, Jah Wobble) on production.

Pure Joy to release debut album “Bang Flower” on April 1st 2016

Rising from the smoking embers of several leading Merseyside acts, newcomers Pure Joy have now readied their playful, intelligent and refreshingly bold psych-rock to tape in the form of debut LP “Bang Flower”.
This band of friends stemming from the Wirral (the beautiful, sleepy, wigged-out bank off the Mersey - Liverpool's Brooklyn if you will) serve up hot, psychedelia-heavy filthy garage-rock candy tinged with patches of late-60s American psych, buzzy Motor City riffage, and decades of British pop, ranging from the pastoral pop of Ray Davies to the vivid expansiveness of Kurt Vile and the Antipodean warmth of Tame Impala.

SULK to release “No Illusions” on April 15th 2016

The time is suddenly right for well-crafted British pop – there’s a thirst for new century psychedelia which is where London quintet SULK fit in. Steeped in the rich traditions of classic British songwriting, the band could be said to begin where the 90s ended with solid musicality, joyful uplifting harmonies, giant psychedelic guitar riffs and of course, tambourines.

They’ve been compared to just about every great Britpop band of the 90s, but SULK are very much their own men; musically tight and lyrically beautiful with sun-drenched vocals, ethereal guitars and pounding drums, rooted in 90s vibes but with their gaze to the future. This is anthemic bliss for a whole new generation.

Manic Street Preachers announces UK live dates for “Everything Must Go” 20th Anniversary Tour

Manic Street Preachers have announced details of more dates celebrating the 20th Anniversary of their fourth album “Everything Must Go”. The band had already revealed details of a very special show at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium and these May 2016 dates will follow the same format with the group playing two sets on the night, the album in full followed by rarities and curios, greatest hits and a few brand new songs.

Editors will join the band as special guests for the tour, excluding Swansea where Super Furry Animals and Public Service Broadcasting will support.

Manic Street Preachers announces “Everything Must Go” 20th anniversary show on May 28th 2016

Following a series of phenomenal anniversary shows for “The Holy Bible” and the universal critical success of their twelfth studio album (2014’s “Futurology”), Manic Street Preachers announce their biggest Welsh headline show since their sell out gig at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium in 1999.

The band will play Swansea’s Liberty Stadium on Saturday 28th May 2016 – a twentieth anniversary performance of their hugely successful fourth album “Everything Must Go”.

Suede - Bloodsports

Definitely, seeing Suede back after a long break is good news for the fans of the band. The truth is that the fans had been longing for a new album since the band’s return almost 3 years ago. “Bloodspots” is the band’s new studio work with totally new material in 10 years, since the disappointing “A New Morning”.