After having released their critically acclaimed debut 'Native Speaker' in 2011, and hot off the heels of their 12" 'In Kind // Amends', Braids have returned with new album 'Flourish // Perish' on Full Time Hobby.
Features Raphaelle Standell-Preston of Blue Hawaii.
The album demonstrates the band's exploration of dance music, and a more introspective, electronic approach to songwriting. Sonically, the songs are delicate and tight, yet they thoughtfully open up to the rich lushness reminiscent of their older material.
For fans of Cocteau Twins, Bjork and Four Tet.
Written over the space of a year, but recorded in a fortnight, straight to tape, in Ryan's central Manchester flat, 'Horsebeach' is a gorgeous journey through Northern, jangly, dreamy guitar pop. From as far back as The Wake, through the...
California singer songwriter Jenny Lewis returns with The Voyager, which will be released by Warner Bros. Records on July 28th. This is the former Rilo Kiley front woman’s third solo album and first in six years, following 2006’s Rabbit Fur...
Brighton's Dan Reeves is a busy guy. In addition to running his own label, Faux Discx Records & playing in the band Cold Pumas, he also records under the moniker "Soft Walls". These 10 songs are meditations on the passing...
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John Martyn’s debut solo album from 1967 has been mastered from the original analogue master tapes by Paschal Byrne at the Audio Archive Company, London. The album is pressed on 180grm vinyl and comes complete with a free Digital Download...
The Hold Steady's frontman Craig Finn makes his debut solo outing with 'Clear Heart Full Eyes'. Written in Brooklyn, Finn travelled to the unfamiliar surroundings of Austin to record the album with producer Mike McCarthy (...And You Will Know Us...
When unassuming young Orkney music-maker Erland Cooper picked up his guitar and travelled the length of the country to play a show in London’s Notting Hill, little did he know that a chance encounter with musical veteran Simon Tong (The...
London-based Erland & The Carnival return with a second album that's darkly poppy and more direct than their eponymous debut. Recorded in the bowels of a ship moored on the Thames, the band's influences on "Nightingale" range from folk music...
Seamlessly following on from their debut album 'Tosta Mista', Hooded Fang's new record 'Gravez' is a continuation of the spontaneous, lively, heavily splintered guitar sound that has secured Hooded Fang as high flyers on The Hype Machine and nominees for...