'Something slinky for the weekend? '
'Hints of Richard Swift meets Sondre Lerche (plus maybe a touch of Ed Harcourt) in Broom Cupboard, the new single from Bristolian artist Rob Bravery. '
'Just to show that they are brimming with ideas and spare material, Gengahr surprise us all with a brand new EP. This is Gengahr, no doubt: Bushe’s high-pitched misty vocals and jangling guitars all delivered...
Heavy on the riffage from the outset, Regular World reveals more strands of considerable interest than you might expect after the first couple of bars.
Wild, ebullient garage indie-pop deserves a place in everyone's heart. Especially when it's as captivating and distractingly melodious as Get Bummed Out, the new single from Sports.
Translucent Amber is the debut release by Swedish folk rock band Mountains of the Moon. As debuts go, it's up there with the loveliest and the warmest.
Ruth is the first track from the self-titled debut EP by Wedding. It's warm and nostalgic, just the way analogue intended.
As everything develops, a little extra riff gets added here, a harmony is dropped in there, and new vocal melodies are found here, there and everywhere.
Atmosphere. By God there's some of it floating around at the start of Soak, the new track from Liverpool's Cavalry.
On This Could Be Ha, Lila Rose plays it intense once more, with another dramatic and fierce single and cinematic video.
For anyone into the melodic end of the shoegazing and dream pop spectrum, the sound of Lost in These Machines - a new track from Butterfly Child - dropping languidly from the heavens 17 years...
Here's "not the Spectre theme" by "not Sam Smith". I'm sure we can all agree that it would have made a better choice.
Cheatahs have shared Signs to Lorelei, a new track from their forthcoming second album, Mythologies, due out at the end of next month.
From the opening words - "Girl you suck!" - it's pretty clear where Not As Cool As Me is going, emotionally speaking. And goes and goes, and doesn't let up.
Stoke's Delamere have gone sincere and gone big on their fourth release, Heart. A huge, clean, guitar and synth driven indie-pop anthem, it demands to be heard and repeated.
Take a little funk, a little of that Mac DeMarco guitar wobble, and a little personal confession and the result is You Just Don’t Know It Yet, the fourth single from Sydney's King Colour.
Priestess, you dance, you dance, you dance is the nagging, bewitching chant from Muñoz-Newsome as electronics and guitars meld and the groove sweeps you along, the drone somehow never muddying the waters.
Having made waves with their debut release Habit On My Mind earlier in the year, Saltwater Sun have announced the follow-up, Making Eyes. Both tracks, along with the title track, feature on the band's debut...
My Only Lie is Silence is the second single from electro-ambient Norwegian artist and architect Tarjei Ekelund, aka Intertwine. Tarjei is open about his own introverted nature, and admits this personal song examines just that....
Melt is at the heavy, gritty end of shoegaze. Its nu-gaze smashed on the rocks textures are ones you might find in the crater of an active supervolcano.