Wovoka Gentle tease their debut album with the latest instalment – Tell ‘Em, Makoto! A gloriously unorthodox folk song from a band who allow their creativity to spill across musical boundaries with sheer theatricality.
Dreamy art-pop and hypnotic grooves from Brooklyn based five piece Barrie as they prepare for the release of debut album Happy To Be Here.
A visceral analysis on the relationship between organic piano and inorganic synthesis, HAL sees Bill Laurance pivot on his jazz and classical influences once again.
BJP is a dizzying spectrum of electronic synthesis and aggressively effected saxophone that comes together in a form of compelling avant-garde jazz.
Uman is an exciting preview of KOKOROKO’s upcoming EP and is a masterful celebration of afrobeat, where jazz and funk combine into something magical.
From London’s premier percussionist Moses Boyd comes Frontline. High energy, frenetic and steeped with Afro-Caribbean jazz influence.
Alt-rock can sometimes feel a little stagnant or cliched amongst up and coming bands. Hypophora’s brand of melodic post-hardcore is anything but, with Spires providing an exciting glimpse of the album to come.
This week I’ve been listening to the Southampton born and now East London based DIY artist Laurel, with her latest release Same Mistakes. A veritable one-woman band, with crunchy guitar and raw vocals.