Deptford Goth has changed his name and just as well for all the voracious Deptford Goths keeping a beady eye out for a new record that sounds like his old records because this one doesn’t
It’s a complex album, an instrumental one that brings new meaning to suffering for one’s art.
Since teaming up with Tectonic label head and dubstep maestro Rob Ellis, aka Pinch, Sherwood’s sonic nonconformity seems as determined as ever
Cost Of Living, the follow-up to their brilliant 2015 debut Full Communism, sees them continuing to fight for what's right.
Mirror Touch is a glimmering piece of indie dream pop, combining bright melodies with darker lyrical themes...
Los Angeles-based Snoh Aalegra amalgamates nostalgic R&B and soul with contemporary hip hop flair in her debut album Feels.
On first listen Great Big Blue is an album that oozes sunny laid-back charm, the sonic equivalent of driving down an empty road by the beach, sun blazing, saturation up high.
Now on their fifth album, and the first since Trump came to power, frontman Patrick Stickles is exploring his homeland's current divisions alongside his own personal turmoil through the warm lens of the 1970s.
A record bursting with contrasting musical ideas and irresistibly catchy rhythms.