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Connie Constance returns with the provoking ‘Monty Python’

Connie Constance’ raw, clear-minded delivery has always provided a sense of idiosyncrasy in a saturated market of equally striving singer songwriters. Debut album ‘English Rose’ was impulsive and unpredictable in its direction – whether bounding across knotty melancholia or embattled…

Squid share new single ‘Broadcaster’

Interest in the jarring juxtaposition between the natural and technological has blossomed as quickly as advances in applied science have developed. Our very balance of reality and the virtual now blurs into its own microcosm, defining itself from its very…

IDLES return with ‘Mr Motivator’

Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mary Berry, Charlie Sheen, don’t they all have something in common? Idles have always had a way with a turn of phrase, embodying an iconic or infamous figure to express spitting angst or to personify the…

otta shares the subverting ‘never see’ via PIAS / BOKKLE

With new single ‘never see’, otta is focusing the lens on you – it feels oppressive doesn’t it? Yet as everything passes by us in the hyper-modern nature of modern existence, it feels comfortable to crawl within ourselves, while everything…

Orlando Weeks shares ‘Milk Breath’

‘Milk Breath’ perhaps captures the most unveiling moment of Orlando Weeks’ debut album yet, a seemingly passing moment between parent and child that suddenly blossoms into a defining marker in their relationship and his life. Weeks has a penchant for crafting…

Video Age share new single ‘Shadow On The Wall’

Prepare yourselves for the record to soundtrack your summer, or your autumn, maybe even winter… The great thing about Video Age is they are suitable for anytime of the year, because much like sadness and anxiety, they don’t discriminate. For…

Skullcrusher shares the evocative ‘Places / Plans’

‘Places/Plans’, the debut single from Skullcrusher, arrives at a pertinent time. As we’re spending this time inside, many of us on our own, it’s only natural you would spend moments looking inward – perhaps attempting to find comfort in your…