Dancing On The Edge by Ryan Davis and the Roadhouse Band out 14th June Alongside EU Tour

“This is the sound of someone bearing a torch.” – Bill Callahan “Dancing on the Edge is singular and strong enough to put Davis in league with some of the very best American songwriters of the past and present.” – Uncut (9/10) “Davis’ talents are immense: vivid imagery and clever one-liners pulling epiphanies from the sacred, mundane,…

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The Reds, Pinks & Purples Release New Album, Unwishing Well

Unwishing Well, the latest long player by The Reds, Pinks & Purples is out today, released in conjunction with our good friends at Slumberlad. To mark the album’s release, the band will tour the UK for the first time in June. All dates listed below and on sale now (sorry – London already sold out) Over the course of the last five years The Reds,…

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New Astrel K Album, The Foreign Department, Out Today

The Foreign Department, the second album by Astrel K, the solo project helmed by Stockholm-based British ex-pat, Rhys Edwards, is released today. As a title, The Foreign Department offers an instructive guide for the listener, framing a life-in-transition/artist-in-exile document that maps two impromptu moves in twelve months for its songwriter: the first from…

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Springs Eternal By William Doyle Out Today

“Springs Eternal is a big, philosophically questing record, a velvet glove hiding a death-like grip” – MOJO (4/5)  “…a singular master at work, bending form, lyricism and production to underline his prescient thesis.” – Loud & Quiet (8/10)  “Doyle has made a record that is as intricate as it is infectious, creating a deft yet complex pop…

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The Reds, Pinks & Purples Announce New Album, Unwishing Well

The cinema of the scenes as told from the heart and spirit of the omniscient narrator shines through the awe-inspiring oeuvre of Glenn Donaldson’s canonical titan that is The Reds, Pinks & Purples. The storied and esoteric histories of every underserved underdog becomes immortalized in records and poignantly penned paeans that evoke the eras and…

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Astrel K To Release New Album, The Foreign Department, on 8th March

“But into my miserable brain, always concerned with looking for noon at two o’clock” – Charles Baudelaire (1869) The Foreign Department is the second album by Astrel K, the solo project helmed by Stockholm-based British ex-pat, Rhys Edwards. Those already familiar with Edwards’ work will likely know him for fronting the cultishly great Ulrika Spacek,…

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William Doyle Announces New Album, Springs Eternal

William Doyle today announces his new album Springs Eternal, to be released on February 16th. Listen to the new single, ‘Relentless Melt’ here, the second song to be made available from the record following the release of ‘Surrender Yourself’ last month. Serving up art-pop for the anthropocene, Springs Eternal is the Mercury-nominated,…

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Empty Country II Out Today

Empty Country, the project of musician Joseph D’Agostino (formerly Cymbals Eat Guitars), officially return today with the release of their second record, Empty Country II. Few songwriters in the last ten-15 years have written so richly of America’s cultural decline as D’Agostino, the shock and awe of his country’s decaying psyche and moral…

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The Reds, Pinks and Purples Announce Debut UK Tour

San Francisco underground institution, The Reds, Pinks and Purples, will make their maiden voyage to the UK in June 2024. Having amassed a huge catalogue of cathartic guitar pop across at least eight LPs in the last five years and playing a smattering of shows close to home as part of the rich Bay Area scene, these dates in the UK represent their furthest trip…

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The Umbrellas Announce Second Album, Fairweather Friend

Thrilled to announce the release of The Umbrellas’ second album, Fairweather Friend, on 26th January, in collaboration with our friends across the Atlantic at Slumberland. Watch the Michael Cruz directed video for first single, ‘Three Cheers’, here/below For those not yet familiar, The Umbrellas are perhaps best understood as four renegade…

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